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Admitted Students

Congratulations and welcome to the WVU Tech Golden Bear family! 

After you’ve been admitted, you should:

Log into the WVU Portal 

As one of the newest members of the WVU Tech family, we have created an email account for you via our Mountaineer Information Xpress (MIX) system. To access this system, you’ll need to  activate your login. Activating your login will grant access to your MIX account and the WVU Portal, which allows you to register for classes, check your grades, send and receive emails, review and accept financial aid awards and packages, sign up for on-campus housing and pay your tuition and fees. Additional info will be sent to your  MIX email address which you can access through the portal, so please check it regularly. You’ll also need to set up DUO two-factor authentication, which is a required second level of security to log into University systems. Check out the ITS site for instructions.

Complete your career assessment

The Vita Navis Career Assessment can help you identify your interests and strengths - and then tie them to the careers where you'll thrive. (It's also a great report to have when you work with your adviser to get registered for classes). Take the assessment now.

Work with your advisor and register for classes

Spring 2022 advising and registration is now live.

Sign up for a new student advising and registration session. We'll get you set up with the right classes (so you can start on the right foot). Advising and registration is available by appointment only.

Note: If you're planning to participate in the Army ROTC program at WVU Tech, be sure to include that in your advising session so you account for those courses in your plan.

Pay the housing deposit, submit your housing application and choose your dining plan 

If you're living on campus, you'll need to submit your  housing application. All students living in WVU Tech residence halls are required to have a  dining plan. If you are commuting, you have the option of purchasing a non-resident plan.

File the FAFSA

If you are interested in receiving financial aid or scholarships, be sure to  file the FAFSA as soon as possible. For reference, the WVU System code is  003827.

After you’ve registered for classes, you should:

Register for orientation

New Student Orientation for Spring 2022 is slated for January. All new students are expected to attend.

Review the Student Health Insurance requirements (and complete the student health insurance waiver, if needed)

All WVU Tech students who are enrolled in more than 6 credit hours and international students enrolled in one or more credit hours are required to carry health insurance coverage. If you have health insurance, you can submit a student health insurance waiver form. If you do not submit this waiver, you will be charged for the student health insurance plan on your bill. More information is available at the Student Insurance Office page.

Take the COVID-19 Vaccination Survey

Already vaccinated? Let us know. By understanding how many of our students are vaccinated against COVID-19 we can better prepare for a safe and successful semester. Here's what you'll need to complete the survey:
  • Your WVU ID ( look up WVU ID)
  • Vaccine info (e.g., Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, Pfizer)
  • Vaccination date(s) and location(s)
When you're ready, get started here.

Pay your bill

For more information and payment deadlines, see the  Office of Student Accounts website.

Secure your parking permit

You'll need a permit to park on campus. Get started at the  Office of Student Accounts - Parking Permits.

Get your books and other needs from the bookstore

Our Barnes and Noble bookstore has everything you need online.  Check out the bookstore early to get the books you need.

Get your official student ID

Your WVU Tech ID is used for everything from grabbing lunch in the Bears Den dining hall to landing awesome discounts at local businesses and restaurants.  Here's how to get yours.

Review the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 is a federal law which states: (a) that a written institutional policy must be established; and (b) that a statement of adopted procedures covering the privacy rights of students be made available. The law provides that the institution will maintain the confidentiality of student education records. Learn about FERPA

Sign up for LiveSafe

Download the free LiveSafe app. It's loaded with safety features unique to our campus, including ways to anonymously report issues, connect with campus police and let friends and family digitally "walk" alongside you when you're out and about.

Move in and attend New Student Orientation

Move-in day for newly admitted students for the spring semester are still in the works. Be sure to keep an eye on your email, and we'll post an update here when dates have been finalized.

More resources for admitted students:

Here is more information about other services to support you as you prepare for your first semester. Make sure you reach out to engage with these services as needed.

Accessibility Services

We have a variety of free services to support Golden Bears. For accessibility accommodations or needs, connect with Accessibility Services.

Student Health Clinic 

WVU Tech’s Student Health Clinic is open to all students for walk-in and by-appointment visits. From allergy shots and immunizations to doctor referrals, sports physicals and checkups, the clinic offers a full suite of essential medical services to keep students healthy and productive. Clinic visits are free of charge and there is typically no co-pay or deductible required. Students with chronic health issues should schedule an initial visit so the clinic may establish a treatment plan for emergency situations.

Counseling Services

Whether you’re full or part-time, resident or commuter, we offer counseling services and programs designed to help you navigate life as a student. WVU Tech  Counseling Services provides a comfortable and inclusive environment where you can receive confidential support and valuable information on issues facing students from all walks of life. Our counseling services are free of charge for all WVU Tech students.

TRIO Student Support Services 

If you are the first in your family to go to college (first-generation), receive the Pell or are registered with the WVU Office of Accessibility Services, you should connect with  TRIO Student Support Services to see what supports are available to eligible participants. The program provides scholarship opportunities, professional math tutoring, peer tutoring, free printing, leadership development and cultural experiences for eligible participants.

Student Success Center

In addition to the advising support you have received and will continue to receive in your early years at WVU Tech, the Student Success Center also provides free tutoring and other support programming.

GEAR UP program 

Supporting a smooth transition from high school to college, WV GEAR UP provides success coaching, tutoring and workshops, as well as social events to help students acclimate to their new home and give them a chance to connect and build community with other new Golden Bears. There will also be opportunities for parent/guardian engagement each semester.

COVID-19 operations and return to campus planning

Get more info 

Important Dates

From the first day of classes to when bills are due, stay on top of important academic dates.

View the calendar 

Helpful Links

Financial Aid

Info for parents & guardians of admitted/enrolled students

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