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Glenville State College will host incoming freshmen interested in different areas of study each week in June.

The new Pioneers will have the chance to discuss financial aid with college staff and discuss their classes with professors.

Glenville State said the program is part of an effort to focus on the students.

"So they're going to sit down, they're going to know their advisor before they come here, they're going to know us here on campus, the admissions counselors, and hopefully meet some other faculty and staff around campus," said Ashley Weir, of Glenville State College.

The college will also provide students with help on picking a major if they're not sure what they want to study.