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Our College has an active and diverse student body, with dozens of student organizations, honoraries and professional societies. Students in our College find friends, fun and positive, life-changing experiences in and out of the classroom.Join In
Engineer Fest, held early in the first year, provides an opportunity for freshmen to meet and get involved with student organizations ranging from Formula Lightning, a spirited, highly visible, electric-powered, competition series for student teams, to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, to many more.Get Involved
Fundamentals of Engineering
Your first year of college is an important one. You will be making decisions on
a daily basis that will affect your life and career. WVU faculty, staff and advisors
will try to provide you with the information you need to make wise choices and
have a successful academic experience.
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Discoveries that matter
Get the most out of your academic experience. Put what you're learning to practical
Plus, research looks amazing on any resume or application.
Graduate Research Resources
Unique educational opportunities and experiences to help you become the a new generation of engineers, scientists and citizens who have a firm understanding of global and societal issues.
Mountaineer Grand Challenge Scholar Program
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Meet Our Staff
Student organizations and student life
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Career preparation/ placement, Co-ops, and study abroad
Assistant Dean for the Fundamentals of Engineering Program
Scholarships, transfer and graduate admissions
Student services (adding major and minors, application for graduation, etc.)
Students are assigned a primary role advisor and encouraged to meet with a faculty mentor.