High School or New Students
Submit an application
Submit an official high school transcript
(indicating graduation date) or passing official GED scores. (High
school transcript not needed from person who graduated from high
school five years previous to WVU Parkersburg enrollment).
Submit official transcripts from each college or
university previously attended. These transcripts must be sent
directly from issuing institution to the WVU Parkersburg
Submit ACT or SAT test scores. (This requirement
does not apply to applicants who graduated from high school more
than five years previous to WVU Parkersburg enrollment unless ACT
is required by program).
Submit measles and rubella immunization records if
you will be a full-time student and if you were born after January
Transferring from Another Institution
- Submit an application
- Submit official transcripts from each college or university
previously attended. These transcripts must be sent directly from
issuing institution to the WVU Parkersburg Admissions Office.
- Submit measles and rubella immunization records if you will be a
full-time student and if you were born after January 1, 1957.
- Submit a high school transcript indicating graduation date and
ACT or SAT scores IF
- You have fewer than 30 hours of college credit and
- You graduated from high school less than five years previous
to WVU Parkersburg enrollment.
- If applying for Financial Aid at WVU Parkersburg, you will need
to request a financial aid transcript be sent from any previous
attended colleges or universities. You may pick these up in our
Financial Aid Office.
Transient - attending another college and
want to take classes here to transfer back to your home college
Readmission - already attended WVU
Parkersburg more than one year ago
- Submit a new application for admission if you have not been
enrolled for at least one academic year.
- If you have attended any other college since you were last
enrolled at WVU Parkersburg, please have a transcript sent
directly from that institution to our Admissions Office.
Download Information sheet and
Submit an International Application for Admission.
Submit a certified copy of secondary school transcripts.
If transferring, submit a copy of all prior institution transcripts. If the prior institution’s location is outside the United States they must be sent for evaluation to an accredited international transcript evaluation service, such as World Education Service. Fees for such services are to be paid by applicant.
Submit regional examination scores, if applicable, that have been evaluated and verified by the testing agency; no failures are accepted, and test scores should represent competency levels equivalent to a grade of “C”. Submit a score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) of 173 for the computerized test, 60 or higher on the Internet based TOEFL and 500 for the paper test. A score of 7 or higher on the IELTS academic test will also be acceptable. If TOEFL is not available, WVU at Parkersburg also accepts the STEP EIKEN Proficiency 2A which is equivalent to the 500 score TOEFL. These scores must be sent by the STEP EIKEN institute.
Submit a notarized Affidavit of Financial Support
showing financial commitment by the student and/or sponsor(s) equaling no less than the amount calculated by the Office of Financial Aid for an out-of-state student not living at home. All individuals and institutions providing funds listed in the Affidavit of Financial Support must provide certified bank statements (private individuals) or statements of sponsorship (institutions). Bank and / or sponsorship statements can be no older than 6 months at the time of submission.
Submit a copy of a current passport.
Provide documentation from a doctor proving Immunization from measles, mumps and rubella.
Note: Admission to the institution does not imply admission to a
particular program of study.
If you have any additional questions or wish to make an appointment
with the Admissions
Counselor, please call the Admissions Office at (304) 424-8310.