Current Graduate Students
Your academic success, career goals, and work/life balance are all important facets of your graduate experience at WVU. Most degree requirements are monitored directly by departments and colleges. Check with your department for questions about your plan of study.
Check our funding page for information about opportunities to defray the cost of graduate education.
EXTERNALLY FUNDED GRADUATE FELLOWS
Graduate students who receive fellowships from non-WVU sources (e.g., EPA, NIOSH, NASA, etc.) must contact the Office of Graduate Education and Life to determine if they are eligible for tuition waivers or payment of their student health insurance fee.
Please email our office at GradEd@mail.wvu.edu to schedule an appointment with an office staff member.
GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT ORIENTATION
All new Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) should complete the Graduate Teaching Assistant Orientation. Information on the upcoming orientation.
CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Prepare for your future and develop skills to use now by taking advantage of courses and workshops offered through the Teaching and Learning Commons.
ELECTRONIC THESIS AND DISSERTATION
As you near graduation, begin familiarizing yourself with the process for submitting your Electronic Thesis and Dissertation.
TRANSCRIPTS AND GRADUATION
The Office of the University Registrar can address questions about your transcript or applying for graduation.