WVU is dedicated to enhancing the educational opportunities for students with temporary and permanent disabilities. To ensure access to University programs, accessibility specialist work individually with students to help them achieve academic success.
: Accessibility Services
Carruth Center (Mental Health)
The college experience may be filled with transitions, self-exploration, and change. Programs offered by the Carruth Center are designed to support students though these experiences, help them succeed in college an guide them toward a more fulfilling life.
: Carruth Center (Mental Health)
Experiencing WVU Online
While WVU students are typically well-versed in the online world, you may be new to learning online. This site provides tips and guidance for navigating online classes and coursework.
: Experiencing WVU Online
The Mountaineer Hub is the connection to Student Accounts, Financial Aid, Scholarships, Academic Information, and Student Employment.
: Mountaineer Hub
Probation and Suspension
Students with an overall grade point average (GPA) below 2.0 will be placed on probation and may be subject to suspension. This site provides details and policies regarding academic probation and suspension.
: Academic Probation and Suspension
Satisfactory Academic Programs
Students must maintain a level of academic progress toward completing their degree or teacher certification to retain eligibility for aid – including student loans, parent loans, federal work study, and grants. This site provides the standards and policies for maintaining eligibility.
: Satisfactory Academic Progress
Office of Student Success
Students can find the various academic supports they need to be academically successful with the Office of Student Success. Programs include tutoring, success coaching and workshops, etc.
: Office of Student Success
WVU tutoring centers are offering virtual drop-in tutoring and virtual tutoring appointments. Students can find information about the subjects tutored, when and where.