Admitted as an Honors College first-time freshman for fall semester 2020? Congratulations!
Incoming freshmen who have been admitted to the Honors Foundations Program can find resources on their next steps here.
- Complete Steps to Enrollment
- Applying for Housing
- New Student Orientation
- Summer Read
- Summer Opportunities
- Early Move-In
All admitted students should follow the listed on the WVU Admissions Admitted Students website. Students should be sure to activate their WVU Login as soon as possible. By activating this login, students will gain access to their WVU MIX email account. For many University offices, including the Honors College, this will be the primary method of communication with students. Be sure to check your MIX email account frequently for updates.
Don't know how to activate your MIX email account? Follow the instructions here.
Students who have been admitted to the Honors College can apply for Honors Housing (pending availability). All University housing is first-come, first-served. In order to select housing, students must follow the instructions found on the Housing website.
Call the Honors College to check on your Honors indicator status at 304-293-2100. Contact the Housing Assignments Office with specific Housing Application or Housing Deposit questions: 304-293-2811.
All incoming freshmen are required to attend New Student Orientation. New Student Orientation begins at the end of May and runs through the end of June. For students not arriving on campus until August and international students, there are also orientation options right before move-in in August. Registration for June New Student Orientation will be available mid-Spring.
During orientation, students meet with their residence hall leadership team, learn about their academic programs, have their photo taken for their official Mountaineer ID card, explore the services available to encourage their success at WVU, meet with an academic adviser and register for classes.
The Honors College will hold several specific Honors-only New Student Orientation days. During Honors New Student Orientation days, students get the chance to meet their fellow Honors students before move-in. Honors College staff are on-hand to answer student and parent questions, and Honors-specific information sessions occur throughout the day.
The Fall 2020 Campus Read will be announced in spring 2020.
All Honors College students are required to read the Campus Read and write a short essay as their first assignment for their Honors 298o course. Students will receive their assignment closer to New Student Orientation.
All Honors College freshmen are required to move in one day early to participate in required Honors programming. More information will be available in spring 2020.
Please note: like all early move-in programs, students are assessed a pro-rated early move-in fee. This fee will not appear on a student's bill until mid-August, after students have moved in. This fee varies based on the residence hall the student has selected, but is usually around $25. Please note that this fee is greatly reduced from the regular early move-in fee imposed on other students.