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Visiting is the best way to find out what it’s like to study and live here. For the safety of our campus, we are currently hosting virtual visits. Schedule a virtual tour and be sure to mention you’d like a department visit with the College of Business and Economics so you can meet with one of our representatives to learn about what all we have to offer.
With 12 majors and 10 minors, we offer a variety of courses to create a custom experience for you.
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Follow your passion and take your career further by earning your master’s degree. We have several unique programs, both in-person and online, that allows you to explore a subject you love. Plus, earning a master’s degree is also known to help individuals stand out to employers.
Find what you’re passionate about and reach out to our graduate recruiter,
Life at chambers college
Our Chambers College community is unlike any other. Our students embody the Mountaineer spirit to climb higher with the professional attitude to drive successful business relationships. If you’re a natural born risk taker who is ready to help shape the future of business, we want you on our team.
Sitting on an iconic riverfront site on the Downtown campus, with views of the Monongahela River, Reynolds Hall will be an experiential and educational hub featuring advanced learning environments and opportunities that propel our students to the forefront of business education.
Let's Get StartedScholarships and Financial aid
Apply for consideration for any of our College’s general scholarships for first-time freshmen or first-time transfers for fall 2021. Have questions? Contact Rachel NiemanAdmissions
Take the first step in your college career! View our admissions requirements to become a Mountaineer. Admissions Requirements
Our staff is ready to answer any questions you have. Undergraduate Programs Staff
Join one of our 20 student-led organizations and business-specific fraternities to engage with students both inside and outside of the classroom. About Student Orgs
Our Chambers Ambassadors can help guide you around campus and answer any questions you may have. Meet our Ambassadors
Wondering what kind of laptop to get? Check out this info from WVU IT.
Resources to Get You Started
With six online graduate programs, and four on-campus, you can choose the program that best fits your needs in order to accelerate your career. View All Graduate Programs
Review the application requirements and begin earning your master’s degree.
Information for Future grad students
Our staff is ready to answer any questions you have.
Graduate Programs Staff
Did you graduate from a West Virginia college or university? If so, you may be
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The Latest At Chambers
On Saturday, May 13, more than 700 business students will become a part of our Chambers College alumni family and embark on their next journey.
A four-year Army ROTC National Scholar beginning medical school in the fall, a Fulbright Scholar eager to work as a teaching assistant in Bulgaria and an aspiring teacher who has reached out across the state to help combat stereotypes about Appalachian dialects are among the graduating seniors receiving the Order of Augusta, the most prestigious West Virginia University student award.
Joshua Hall took the helm of West Virginia University’s John Chambers College of Business and Economics in August 2021, just in time for the opening of Reynolds Hall for the fall term. The 186,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art learning and research complex features experiential learning classrooms, a real-time stock ticker, computer labs, a 300-seat auditorium, atrium, study rooms, a cafe, green space and a fitness center. During Hall’s nine years at WVU, he has also held positions including professor, economics department chair and associate dean for research. He is also co-author of the annual Economic Freedom of the World report.
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