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The Honors College Office is open, but our staff members are teleworking. We are
available for student advising and meetings using Zoom, Skype, Google Hangouts or
phone. Please email us at
email@example.com or call us at
304-293-2100 to contact our staff. We are here for you!
Apply to WVU
- Submit Grades to WVU Admissions
- Submit Test Scores to WVU Admissions (unless applying test optional)
- Receive Admissions Decision from WVU
- Sign up for your WVU ID by
claiming your account, and begin
checking your WVU MIX Email account in the Student Portal (this is
where important information from the Honors College and WVU may be sent).
- Check to see if you meet the standard Honors College Benchmarks for Admission
- 3.7 cumulative GPA (weighted or unweighted—according to the transcript your school sends
to WVU Admissions)
- 26 ACT or 1230 SAT (M/EBRW)
- If you do not meet the benchmarks, evaluate if you have time to possibly qualify
with improved cumulative GPA after fall semester or superscored standardized test scores.
All additional submissions to WVU Admissions will trigger the
review of your WVU application by the Honors College.
The last ACT and SAT dates for Fall admission to the Honors College
are the February ACT and March SAT.
- If you meet the benchmarks, it will typically take 1-2 weeks after your admissions letter from WVU
for an Honors College invitation letter to arrive in the mail. You will also receive an invitation by email.
- Once you receive your invitation, you should complete the instructions to submit
an Honors College admissions essay to the Honors College online as directed.
- It usually takes 5-7 business days (excluding holidays and University closures)
for each essay to be reviewed by the Honors Admissions Committee.
- Once your essay is reviewed, you will receive an email with more information.
If admitted, an official acceptance letter should be on its way to you within
3-4 weeks of your admissions decision.
- If you are interested in living in Honors Housing
you may be eligible to apply to live in Honors Hall (Downtown Campus)
or Lincoln Hall (Evansdale Campus)
two business days after being admitted to the Honors College. Contact
Housing Assignments Office with any questions about the Housing
Application process: 304-293-2811.
- You must complete the Housing Application requirements before you can apply for Honors Housing, regardless of admission
status with the Honors College. These requirements include paying your
academic and housing deposits.
Students interested in housing should apply to WVU and the Honors College promptly, as all WVU Housing
is first-come, first served.
Honors Foundation Students
Deans/ Presidential Honors Students