WVU offers you a wide array of resources to help you have the most rewarding college experience possible. Below, we've listed a some of the most common resources you might need.
Academic Common Market
You'll find information about the Academic Common Market, a tuition savings program for students who reside in the partner states.
Other Tuition Agreements
Besides the Academic Common Market, WVU has additional Tuition Reciprocity Agreement programs in which it participates. Learn more and see if you qualify.
Probation and Suspension
If you fall below the University's academic standards, you may be placed on academic probation or suspension. Find out more and what you can do to appeal academic suspension if you are a student within the Center for Learning, Advising and Student Success (CLASS).
There are many events that we host to help you find your major, map your academic plan and work your way toward your dream career.
We’ve assembled in one place all the important online forms that you may need to complete while you are enrolled in CLASS.