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West Virginia University
West Virginia University is a large land-grant institution that offers over 220 graduate and professional programs to more than 6,000 students on its main campus in scenic Morgantown, West Virginia, and online. WVU is classified as R1 (Doctoral University-Highest Research Activity) by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Learn more about WVU at About WVU. A selective list of recent rankings and achievements related to graduate and professional education is also available.
Office of Graduate Education and Life
Graduate education at WVU is overseen by the Associate Provost for Graduate Academic Affairs and the Office of Graduate Education and Life (OGEL), as well as by the many individual graduate programs, colleges, and schools. Responsibilities of OGEL include:
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