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We’ve expanded our scholarships to offer even more undergraduate students the opportunity to turn their passions into a lifelong purpose. Wondering if you qualify? Estimate your WVU scholarship.
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Fall is one of the best times to visit campus. You’ll experience our Big 12 university at the peak of fall classes, athletics and campus activities. Plan your visit.
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The journey toward lifelong passion and purpose begins as the WVU System welcomes 6,650 new students to its campuses in Morgantown, Beckley and Keyser. Explore our campuses.
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Summer is the perfect time to enjoy all that Morgantown has to offer. The sun is shining, and so is West Virginia’s beauty. Schedule a campus visit.
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From your college search to your graduation day, we’re here to help you forge your path to an amazing future. Browse degree programs.
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Hold yourself to a higher standard and be part of a noble tradition. We offer both Army ROTC and Air Force ROTC, which will prepare you for an exciting career as a military officer – and help you pay for college.
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At December Commencement, WVU honored more than 2,800 graduates — the largest December graduating class in the University’s 150 years. Read about December Commencement
With 64 hives that cover 170 acres of property, Matthew Byrd’s beekeeping operation is a serious enterprise that demonstrates what you can do when you mix your passion with WVU outreach and resources. Read Byrd’s story.
Graduate student Stephanie Shumar‘s research lays the groundwork for potential new diabetes treatments. The National Institutes of Health awarded Shumar $88,000 to research an enzyme that regulates coenzyme A levels and glucose production in the liver.
College of Creative Arts students annually perform more than 300 events — from WVU Symphony Orchestra concerts to mainstage plays and musicals — at venues across campus, Morgantown and the state. Explore Creative Arts degree programs.