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Tuition and Financial Aid

College should be the best years of your life, not the most expensive. We have the perks and programs of a major research university at a price below the national average.

WVU tuition varies depending on several things:

  • Residency (West Virginia vs. out-of-state)
  • Your major
  • If you live in campus housing
  • Whether you're enrolling in an on-campus program or online
  • If you qualify for scholarships, which are automatically awarded to first-time freshmen who meet GPA and test-score requirements.
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Financial Aid

There are several ways to secure financial aid for college, including grants, loans and student employment. To apply for financial aid, file the FAFSA as soon as you can — preferably in January. The deadline is March 1. Use FAFSA School Code 003827 to send your information to our Morgantown campus.

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Graduate Tuition Waivers and Assistantships

In conjunction with the  WVU Office of Graduate Education and Life, the College of Creative Arts and Media provides University Graduate Tuition Waivers on a competitive and limited basis to enhance and enrich the effectiveness of its graduate programs.

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