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WVU has announced new plans for a phased return to campus. Visit the Return to Campus website and our COVID-19 Admissions FAQ page for the latest.

Future Student Resources

No matter where you are, you can connect with West Virginia University from the comfort of home.

We’ll be adding even more resources to help you explore online, so check back often for updates.

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Explore Campus

It's the next-best thing to being here — take a virtual tour.

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Virtual Tours

Visit virtually with 360-degree views of campus, classrooms, labs and residence halls.

Virtual Campus Tour Virtual Housing Tour
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Residence Hall Video Tours

Watch this playlist for an introduction to the residence halls and neighborhoods WVU students call home.

Residence Hall Video Tours

Upcoming Virtual Events

Join live discussions and Q&As to learn more about WVU.

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Tour Guide Live

Mondays and Wednesdays
11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 8 p.m.

11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Nobody knows campus like our Visitors Center tour guides. Here’s your chance to meet with them virtually and ask what it’s really like to be a WVU student.

Register for Tour Guide Live
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Virtual Admission Sessions

Tuesdays and Thursdays
1 p.m.

Ask our experts about everything from scholarship and financial aid opportunities to application requirements and career services.

Register for a Virtual Admission Session

Ask Us Anything: Academic Livestream Series

Calling all rising seniors and their families! Our academic representatives, faculty members and current students will go live to answer all of your questions about majors, minors and academic opportunities.

Pre-Health, Physical Activity and Sport Sciences, Education and Human Services

Are you passionate about health and well-being? Do you enjoy helping others learn, grow and gain new skills? A major in the College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences (CPASS) or College of Education and Human Services (CEHS) may be for you. Also, if you have ambitions to attend medical school or be a healthcare professional, the Pre-Health Office will help you understand your options to get there.

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Ask Us Anything Academic Livestream Series: Creative Arts, Media, Business and Economics

Are you inspired to make a splash in an ever-evolving landscape? You may find your fit in our Reed College of Media, Chambers College of Business and Economics or College of Creative Arts (which houses the Schools of Music, Theatre and Dance, and Art and Design).

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Ask Us Anything Academic Livestream Series: Pharmacy, Nursing, Public Health, Medicine and Dental Hygiene

Are you a compassionate helper with a science brain? This session discusses all of the undergraduate majors available within our five health sciences colleges.

Note: Students interested in attending medical school are recommended to first watch the Pre-Health session.

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Ask Us Anything Academic Livestream Series: Engineering and Mineral Resources, Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design

Are you naturally curious with a knack for problem-solving? Get the scoop on our Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources' 11 engineering disciplines and wide variety of majors in our Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design.

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Ask Us Anything Academic Livestream Series: Arts and Sciences and Undecided (CLASS)

Do you have a broad range of interests and enthusiasm to learn? The wide-ranging list of majors available in our Eberly College of Arts and Sciences can lead you to an even broader range of careers. Not quite sure where your academic interests lie yet? Our Center for Learning, Advising and Student Success (CLASS) can give you an idea of what resources WVU offers to support you and help you find your fit.

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Fund Your Future

In 2018-2019, about 87% of WVU first-time freshman students received grants and scholarships.

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You can't have too many scholarships. That's why, in most cases, WVU merit scholarships are awarded in addition to the West Virginia PROMISE scholarship.

WVU Merit Scholarships PROMISE at WVU

Next Steps

Request Information

Want to know more about WVU? Fill out the Request Information form to learn about the endless possibilities we offer.

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Our fall 2021 admissions application is available now for current high school seniors. High school graduates can also still apply for the fall 2020 and spring 2021 semesters.

How to Apply


We’ve added more scholarships to cover even more students. With a little help, you’ll have the chance to follow your passions wherever they lead.

View Scholarship Chart

Follow @WVUAdmissions

For questions and to learn more, follow @WVUAdmissions on Twitter and Facebook.

Quiz Break

Have some fun, enjoy our GIFs and start thinking what your future might hold.

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Can We Guess Your Future Purpose? Find Your Career Pathway

Are you a creative spirit, a born innovator, a helper to the core? We'll help you find the path to your purpose.

Career Quiz
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Myth or Fact: FAFSA Edition

Don’t be fooled by common financial aid myths. Learn the facts about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

FAFSA Quiz Cost and Aid