West Virginia State University, a public university located near the capital city of Charleston, West Virginia, offers 21 baccalaureate degrees and 5 graduate degrees.
Founded in 1891 as a Historically Black University
Total Enrollment: 3,514 (Fall 2020)
International Enrollment: 42 students from 19 countries
Top 5 degree programs enrolling international students: Biotechnology • Business Administration & Management • Engineering (2+2) • Media Studies • Sports Studies • Economics
ARTBIOLOGYBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONCHEMISTRYCOMMUNICATIONSCOMPUTER SCIENCECRIMINAL JUSTICEECONOMICSELEMENTARY EDUCATIONEngineering (2+2)ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ESLENGLISHHEALTH SCIENCESHISTORYINTERNATIONAL STUDIESMASTER OF BIOTECHNOLOGYMASTER OF CRIMINAL JUSTICEMASTER OF MEDIA STUDIESMASTER OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATIONMATHEMATICSPOLITICAL SCIENCEPSYCHOLOGYSECONDARY EDUCATIONSOCIAL WORKSOCIOLOGYSPORTS STUDIES
Cost of Attendance
Estimated Cost of Attendance for 2017-18 Academic Year (Two Semesters)
Undergraduate tuition: $16,662
Graduate tuition: $9,163
Room & Board: $11,476
International Financial Aid
Freshmen and new transfer students may be considered for merit-based assistance, based upon their application for admission. Graduate students may be considered for an option that pays tuition and fees.
International Admissions Requirements
TOEFL (Internet-based): 61
Other: Visit the WVSU website at www.wvstateu.edu for detailed application instructions and apply online.
Accreditation and Academic Rankings
WVSU is accredited by Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
English Language Programs
Excellence in Culture and English Language Study (EXCELS) offers both a semester long and a 4-week-long intensive English as a Second (ESL) course program.
Housing and Meals
WVSU offers on-campus housing and dining options.
Phone: (304) 204-4345 | Located: 5000 Fairlawn Ave., Institute, WV 25112 | E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org