You are considered a readmitted student if you have been away from the University for at least one semester excluding the summer terms.
Important: Students cannot
be readmitted into Nursing, Medical Laboratory Science, Dental Hygiene and Occupational Therapy. Students must reapply to these programs as an
All other applicants do no have to apply for readmission into their most recent program of study.
How to Apply as a Readmitted Student
you have been away from WVU for more than one semester, not including summer, please fill out and
submit the undergraduate application. You will need to select Readmit for student type when starting a new application. Please note: Decisions
on readmission are based on your WVU academic standing along with
academic work earned at any other institution you may have attended
after leaving WVU. You are not required to submit a WVU transcript.
Students who have been out of attendance for less than three years will not have to pay an application fee. There is a $50 application fee for all other applicants.
Application Requirements for Readmitted Students
In order to be readmitted, you must obtain an overall grade point average of 2.0 at all institutions attended since leaving WVU or present an overall grade point average of 2.0 between your WVU work and your work from all institutions attended since leaving WVU. Any outstanding financial obligations must be paid before readmission can be processed. You are not required to submit a WVU transcript.
After your readmission is processed, your credits earned at other institutions will be entered on your WVU transcript, regardless of your GPA.
Additional Information for Readmit Applicants
- Readmitted students will receive notification by mail regarding their decision.
- Once readmitted, students may activate their MIX account and WVU Portal to facilitate next steps.
- Students are required to meet with their academic adviser in their department to determine if they meet requirements and to schedule.
- Readmits who wish to pursue general studies or do not meet the requirements of an academic college will be classified as CLASS (Center for Learning, Advising and Student Success) after meeting with their department adviser, and will need to contact a CLASS adviser to schedule.