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Information For

High School Counselors

Greetings, Counselors! We appreciate the hard work and dedication you provide to students during the college selection process. The following information provides some ways for you to keep in touch with us and useful codes and statistics.

Join Our Mailing List

For updates regarding West Virginia University, you can join our mailing list to receive our newsletter.

Join a Webinar

Learn about the academic and research opportunities WVU offers your students from the comfort of your office. We will also share information about admissions updates, automatic scholarship opportunities and WVU’s rolling admissions process. Bring your questions to the live question-and-answer session at the end.

If you would like for us to email you when the registration for this event opens, please complete our out-of-state secondary and college counselor webinar interest form.

Freshman Class Profile for 2020

WVU’s fall 2020 freshman class had an average cumulative GPA of 3.6 on a 4.0 scale, an average ACT superscore of 24 and an average SAT superscore of 1141.

Important Codes

Important codes that you may need when referencing WVU:

Required High School Units

This the full list of unit requirements a high school student must complete to be considered for admission to WVU.

Application Fee Waiver

High school counselors can use the  Application Fee Waiver Form to apply to have the application fee waived for select students.


We have several admissions counselors who are happy to help answer your questions or even visit your school. Please feel free to contact them at any time. Alternatively, you can also contact Adele Siba with any concerns and/or requests.

Adele Siba
Assistant Director of Admissions
West Virginia University
Phone: 304-293-2121
Fax: 304-293-3080

Interested in talking to someone about WVU?