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Funding and Cost

WVU charges University Tuition, College Tuition, and University Fees. Please visit Tuition and Fees for the current year's rates.

Additional Funding Sources

Secures funding for your education.

Learn about additional funding sources 

Academic Common Marketplace

A tuition savings program for college students in participating Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) member states.

Learn about the Academic Common Marketplace

Financial Aid & Loans

Federal loans and Work-Study funds are available for graduate students.

Learn more about Financial Aid and Loans

Healthcare & Insurance

Students are required to carry health insurance coverage. 

Learn about healthcare and insurance

Managing Personal Finances

Use GradSense to create a budget, as well as find the potential added value of your graduate degree.

Learn more about managing personal finances

Scholarships and Internships

WVU offers scholarships to continuing Ph.D. students and master’s level students.

Learn more about Scholarships and Internships

Stitzel Emergency Fund

The Dr. Robert E. Stitzel Emergency Fund program was established in honor of  Dr. Stitzel’s many contributions to WVU and the graduate education community. 

Learn more about the Stitzel Emergency Fund

Student Employment

Find on- or off-campus employment.

Learn more about Student Employment

Tuition Waiver Guidelines

General guidelines and instructions for waivers

Learn more about Tuition Waiver Guidelines



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