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West Virginia University

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Join the Tradition

While you're making unforgettable memories, we’ll help you build the path to a great career. Our grads are working at NASA and Tesla, earning Pulitzers and Emmys and launching revolutionary businesses.

Applying for admission is your first step to join us.

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There's nothing like being a Mountaineer. But don't take our word for it. Experience WVU for yourself by visiting campus or attending a virtual event.

Let us be your guide

We're here to help every step of the way.

Future Students

Whether you're just researching or you're ready to apply, you can start here to learn more.

Visit the Future Student Resources website

Admitted Students

Already admitted to WVU? No matter where you are, you can explore campus, get your questions answered and immerse yourself in our one-of-a-kind community.

Visit the Admitted Student Resources website

For Families

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.

Visit the Family Resources website

Graduate School

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.

Graduate Admissions
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The WVU Experience

Maxwell Shavers
Digital Marketing Communications

"I love WVU because of the people I met. So many people cared for me and didn't even know me. I met people from different countries, religions and backgrounds, and I learned from all of them.

"I also love how WVU has an urban, bustling college with easy access to the wilderness and other cities."