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Sewing Classes in Charleston, West Virginia with Course Summaries

There are no schools in Charleston, West Virginia, that offer sewing classes or relevant degree programs. However, there are some schools outside of the Charleston area that provide relevant coursework. Read an overview of the available programs and their classes to find out which location is the right one for you.

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Where to Find Sewing Classes in Charleston, West Virginia

Without any schools in Charleston offering sewing classes, students will have to look for an out-of-state option to study in this field. Use the table to consider class costs, and find a paragraph about one university in the extended Charleston area that offers coursework in sewing.

  • Ohio State University - Main Campus, located over 100 miles from downtown Charleston, may be one of the few options for classes in sewing.

Comparison of Sewing Class Options

Use this table to compare the class costs at one featured college for sewing.

Ohio State University - Main Campus
Total enrollment (2017) 59,837 (45,946 undergraduates)*
Undergraduate Tuition and Fees 2017-2018 $10,592 in-state, $29,696 out-of-state*
% of Full-Time Beginning Undergraduate Students Receiving Financial aid (2016-2017) 80%*
Undergraduate Admissions Rate (2017) 48%*
Retention rate (2016-2017) 94% for full-time students, 71% for part-time students*
Graduation rate (for students who began their studies in 2011) 83% (10% transfer-out rate)*

Sources: *NCES College Navigator

Ohio State University

The main campus of Ohio State University is located in Columbus. Students can find many options for undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificates. A degree in fashion and retail studies might be a viable choice for sewing classes.

Bachelor of Science in Fashion and Retail Studies

In this degree program, students will focus on the business aspects of sewing-related concepts. Topics like fashion in popular culture, commercial and consumer aesthetics, textile science, fashion forecasting and retail environments will be explored. Additionally, students can study fashion illustration and merchandising buying and management. Student organizations through this program offer opportunities for students to showcase their skills in garment-making and fashion show preparation.

Other School Options

While there are not any sewing schools in the Charleston area, students can travel to two schools in Ohio to learn sewing. Ohio University, located about 89 miles away in Athens, Ohio, offers a costume technology class in pattern development and construction. Another option is Columbus College of Art and Design, which is 163 miles away in Columbus, Ohio. The college offers a fashion degree program that includes classes in construction techniques.

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