Early Admission

Early Admission

West Virginia University at Parkersburg offers high school juniors and seniors the option to study at the college as an early admittance student and earn college credit. Earned credits are transferrable to other West Virginia colleges and universities and most other institutions of higher education throughout the nation.

Early Admissions Student Qualifications

Submit an Early Admissions application form to the Admissions Office, located in the Center for Student Services, or at the Jackson County Center in Riple.

Be at least a Junior in high school and have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA. Request your transcript be sent from your high school to the WVU Parkersburg Admissions Office. Students will not be allowed to register until we have the transcript verifying the grade point average.

Certain classes may require a minimum ACT or Accuplacer placement test score.

Classes taught on the high school/technical school campus usually consist of common core offerings. Examples: English, History, Psychology, Political Science and Sociology. Other classes may be taken based upon individual review with the Early Admissions advisor.

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