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Resources to Launch Your Journey

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Future Student Resources

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Admitted Student Resources

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Family Resources

If your student's been admitted to WVU, we know you have questions, too. Learn about next steps, student services and how to connect with other parents and families.

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Graduate Admissions

Explore our 220 graduate programs, estimate costs, review application procedures and apply online. Want to learn even more? You can take a virtual tour to explore our facilities.

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Portrait of Karli Celestin

Fast-tracking a Law Degree

Karli Celestin

As a Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Scholar, Karli will spend the summer at two Pittsburgh-area companies — McGuireWoods and FedEx Ground — where she'll learn about a variety of legal issues and build her professional network.

She’s enrolled in WVU Law’s 3+3 Program, which allows qualified WVU undergraduates to earn their bachelor’s degree and their JD in six years instead of seven. She expects to graduate with a bachelor's degree in Journalism in December 2021 during the middle of her second year of law school.