Wondering how you're going to pay for college?
Here are a few helpful resources.
How much does it cost to earn your degree at WVU Tech?
|Tuition and Fees|
|Resident of WV|| $7,560
|Non-Resident of WV||$18,912|
|Room and Board||$11,086|
|Resident of WV||$18,646|
|Non-Resident of WV||$29,998|
(Rates are subject to change and may not include program or department fees. The listed costs are based on two semesters with a minimum of 12 credits each. Room and board costs are based on double occupancy in Hogan Hall and a 15-meal plan. See all options.)
To apply for financial aid, file the FAFSA as soon as you can. It's the first step you must take in order to find out what aid options are available to you. The deadline is March 1.Complete the FAFSA
Looking for a more detailed list of the cost associated with earning your degree at WVU Tech? You'll find information on basic tuition, fees for certain programs and the costs of living on campus, if you decide to take that route.Tuition and Fees
A calculator for first-time freshmen students. It helps determine if you might qualify for scholarships and provides an estimate of what attending WVU Tech would cost based on your unique situation.Calculate Your Costs
We offer a wide range of scholarships for West Virginia residents, non-residents and International students.Check out Scholarships
Federal and state grant programs can help cover your college costs. Grants are typically need-based and are usually not required to be paid backExplore Grants
You (and your guardians) can borrow up to the full amount of your estimated Cost of Attendance - or budget - each academic year. Unlike scholarships, all loans must be repaid, usually with interest.Learn More About Loans
We hire students as federal work studies and in non-federal positions. Put your skills to work and offset your educational costs.See if There's a Job for You
The ACM offers tuition savings for specific programs that are not offered by public colleges or universities in certain states.See if You Qualify
WVU Tech is a member of RaiseMe, where students in high school can earn money towards college through their academic and extracurricular achievements. (Once you sign up, make sure you follow WVU Tech.)Sign up for RaiseMe