Fairmont State University set to conduct annual presidential perception survey


FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Fairmont State University hosted a Board of Governors meeting Tuesday.

The university and other representatives discussed the presidential perception survey and a petition the Student Government Association (SGA) has passed around.

The SGA said it supports President Dr. Mirta Martin and has written a letter in support. The presidential survey has nothing to do with the petition started by the SGA. The survey of staff on the performance of the president of the university has been conducted every year since approximately 2001.

The survey will go out to staff members on Friday and will close on September 23. A special meeting will be held by the Board of Governors on September 16 to discuss the president’s contract.

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