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Paying for College

When it comes to paying for college, there are many options available for both prospective students and those currently enrolled at the Statler College. Student aid comes in many forms including loans, grants, scholarships and work-study opportunities. Review the information below to see what types of financial aid are available to you as a Statler College student.

Future Students

Incoming freshmen are automatically considered for merit-based scholarship at the time they submit their application to WVU. Our no-harm merit awarding means that you are eligible for scholarships whether applying with scores or without. Engineering scholarship monies are limited so early application to WVU is strongly encouraged, but no additional scholarship application is required.

For more information about Fall 2024 merit scholarships, please visit:

Net Price Calculator

WVU has a calculator that takes in a variety of factors like location, GPA, and test scores that can give students a better idea of what the final financial aid amount will be. Visit the Net Price Calculator to try it out.

Financial Aid

Financial aid options include grants, loans, and part-time employment. In order to be considered eligible for any form of financial aid, including scholarships, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA). Find out more at WVU's Financial Aid Office.

Renewal Criteria

The above scholarships are 4 year (8 semester) awards as long as you maintain 30 credit hours per year (including summer term) and a 2.75 cumulative GPA.