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Financial Aid or 304-293-1WVU (1988) 

West Virginia University uses the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form to determine eligibility for scholarships, low-interest student loans, and grants for graduate and undergraduate students. Adult students are strongly encouraged to fill out the form because income is not the only determinant for awards. The priority deadline for the FAFSA is March 1 but Financial Aid office continues to review and award aid throughout the year. 

Tuition Information 

Proof of Tuition Payment: If your employer requests proof of tuition payment, please print a copy of your account from MIX. 

Tuition Waivers: If you are a WVU employee, you may be eligible for a tuition waiver of up to 6 credit hours per semester. Keep in mind that the University tuition is waived, but the student is still responsible for the college tuition. The EMBA Plan of Study calls for between 6-9 credit hours/semester, so you would still be responsible for the full tuition of the additional credits. 

Tuition Refunds: Full or partial tuition refunds are available at various times in the semester. Please visit for the appropriate timeline for each semester due to course withdrawals. 

Reinstatement Process: Students who are enrolled and not paid in full prior to the deadline will be removed from their courses. To be reinstated, a student needs to contact the Office of Student Accounts by phoning 304-293-4006. They will be required to make a full payment plus a $50 reinstatement fee in order to get re-registered into their courses. 

Library Services 

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Inter-Library Loan Services for Distance Learning Students: 

Wall Street Journal Subscription 

You will receive a complimentary online subscription to the Wall Street Journal. Instructions will be provided at Orientation as students must sign up for their accounts while on campus.