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Contact Info:
State: West Virginia
City: Morgantown
Street: PO Box 6201
ZIP: 26506
Phone: (304) 293-0111
 Serves: Worldwide
 Enrollment: several times
 Financial Aid: Yes
 Scholarships: Yes
WVU currently offers 188 degree programs. New programs continue to be added as the University adapts to the current needs of the students and the ever-changing job market. Either the student want to become a nurse, speech pathologist, forensic investigator, opera singer, physicist, reporter, aerospace engineer, athletic trainer, CEO, interior designer, lawyer, or pharmacist, WVUs 13 colleges and schools can make it happen.

West Virginia University offers Distance Learning, Dual Enrollment of High School Students, Double Major, Study Abroad, Internship and Honors Programs. WVU offers a variety of baccalaureate degree programs in high-demand fields such as Engineering, Nursing, Printing Management, Business Management, Life Sciences, Computer Science, Health Services Administration and more.

To meet the admission requirements, a student must successfully complete the following high school credits:
     - 4 units of English (including grammar, composition, and literature);
     - 4 units of college preparatory mathematics;
     - 3 units of social studies (including U.S. History);
     - 3 units of science (all units must be laboratory science);
     - 2 units of a foreign language, must be the same language;
     - 1 unit of fine arts.

These requirements are in addition to the GPA and test score criteria needed to review the applications, as noted below under "Minimum Requirements for Application Review."

Financial Aid
In WVU students receive over $317 million in grants, loans, work study, fee waivers, and scholarships. Awards are based on financial need and academic ability. Around 70 percent of WVU students receive some financial aid; almost half of the aid given to resident undergraduates is as grants and scholarships. To apply for financial aid, a student needs to submit his/her admissions application to WVU and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) with the federal processing center before the March 1 absolute deadline.



Programs offered by this school:
Bachelor of Science in Registered Nursing
Graduate Certificate in Emergency Medical Technician
Master of Science in Physical Education/Teacher Education
Master of Science in Software Engineering
Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy
Masters Degree in Public Health