Shelton College was established in Saint Albans, West Virginia, in the late 19th Century.  It functioned in various capacities for about 17 years, had financial difficulties and finally closed its doors before WWI.

The main building of the college is still standing, now a grand home on top of “college hill,” overlooking the town and the confluence of the Coal and Kanawha Rivers.


This Quarterly is published as a resurrection of the spirit of that lost institution.

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