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Colloquium XVIII

March 24-26, 2019 | Morgantown, WV

The Colloquium for Aspiring Underrepresented Doctoral Candidates is designed to promote graduate education at West Virginia University (WVU) to prospective and current minority students (African American, Hispanic, and/or Native American), in particular, from the immediate Appalachian region. 

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This three-day event* is a great opportunity or potential doctoral students to familiarize themselves with their graduate program of interest, the admissions requirements and process, and funding opportunities like the Chancellor's Scholarship program.

Interested students are invited to apply before January 31, 2019.

Questions? Please contact:

Shelly Quance, Director 

Office of Graduate Admissions and Recruitment

West Virginia University 

(304) 293-5970 |

For Logistical Inquiries, please contact:

Richard Anderson

Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

West Virginia University 

(304) 293-5600 |

Colloquium is funded by the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission, Division of Diversity Equity and Inclusion, and the Office of Graduate Admissions and Recruitment.

*WVU will provide hotel accommodation and meals for participants. Participants are responsible for travel expenses.

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