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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.

Graduate Assistantships

WVU awards approximately 1,700 graduate assistantships annually.

Learn more about Graduate Assistantships

Fellowships and Scholarships

These programs offer stipends, tuition waivers, and/or research and travel support.

Learn more about Fellowships and Scholarships

Financial Aid & Loans

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

Learn more about Financial Aid and Loans

Tuition Waivers

Waivers cover University tuition. Forms must be submitted each term.

Learn more about Tuition Waivers

Healthcare & Insurance

Students are required to carry health insurance coverage. 

Learn more about Healthcare and Insurance

Student Employment

Find on- or off-campus employment.

Learn more about Student Employment

Managing Student Finances

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

Learn more about Managing Student Finances

Emergency Assistance

Emergency grants and waivers may be available for graduate students facing a financial crisis.

Learn more about Emergency Assistance