Do you have a required high school GPA?
For application review, West Virginia residents must have at least a 2.0 cumulative high school GPA and either a super scored ACT score of 19 or a super scored Math and Critical Reading SAT score of 910 (pre-March 2016 test sitting) or a super scored Evidence Based Reading/Writing and Math Section score of 990 (post-March 2016 test sitting).
Nonresidents must have at least a 2.5 cumulative high school GPA and either a super scored ACT score of 21 or a super scored Math and Critical Reading SAT score of 990 (pre-March 2016 test sitting) or a super scored Evidence Based Reading/Writing and Math Section score of 1070 (post-March 2016 test sitting).
SAT scores will not be super scored across pre-March sittings and post-March sittings.
Admission to the University does not ensure admission into a specific school or college. Some colleges and programs have additional admission standards that exceed the requirements for admission to WVU.
You are considered a transfer student if you have completed any post-secondary (after high school) work at an accredited college/institution. To be eligible to enroll as a transfer student at WVU, students must have at least a 2.0 grade point average in all college work attempted. In addition, transfer students who have fewer than 24 transferable credit hours must also meet freshman admission standards. Some individual programs and majors have different course requirements and higher grade point average requirements; please review the various program requirements.