Ready to attend WVU Tech?
Step 1: Apply early. Complete and submit the university application for admission. Be sure your application is complete!
Step 2: Have your official high school transcript & SAT or ACT scores sent directly from your high school to the Admissions Office. If you’re a GED recipient, send an official score report directly to our office. For required course work, see our admissions requirements. After receiving all your materials, we’ll notify you within a week if you’ve been accepted.
Step 4: Learn about our Residence Life on campus and sign up for housing
Step 5: Visit Campus.
Step 6: Attend one of Registration sessions.
Step 7: Complete your senior year with a strong academic performance.
- Schedule to take a Residual ACT on campus
Transfer students are accepted for each semester or summer term. One month prior to a registration period, the student must be accepted for admission. Documents required are as follow:
- Application for admission.
- Official transcript from each college attended.
- If the student has earned less than 24 semester hours, an official copy of the high school transcript and ACT/SAT scores.
- Admission Policies
- Financial Aid & Scholarships
- Residence Life & Housing
- Athletics Recruitment Questionnaire
WVU Tech will accept a maximum of 72 semester hours of lower division credit from two-year community and technical colleges toward a baccalaureate degree. Additional credit may be transferred from accredited four-year college and universities, but the major department and Registrar will determine which courses may be applicable to a particular degree. In all cases, transfer students will be required to complete at least 36 hours of credit in residence at WVU Tech prior to graduation.
Students with fewer than 30 transfer credits must take the orientation course, University W191, First Year Experience.