We appreciate your interest in West Virginia University Institute of Technology. As you consider where you will pursue your degree, it is never too early to begin thinking about how you will finance your education.
At WVU Tech, getting a high-quality, career focused education is more affordable than you may think. By applying for admission to WVU Tech, you are automatically considered for our very attainable, valuable scholarship opportunities. The information below is an overview of our West Virginia Resident, first-year and transfer student scholarships.
Simply apply for admission. WVU Tech does not charge an application fee, so investing in a brighter future will only cost you a few minutes of your time.
In addition to assessing your eligibility for scholarships and grants, our financial aid staff will examine a variety of options to make the WVU Tech experience affordable. These include, but are not limited to:
|Program Level||Yearly Amount||4-Year Commitment||Minimum Incoming Freshmen Academic Requirements|
|Overall High School GPA||ACT Score (SAT Equivalent)|
|Level 1||$3,000||$12,000||3.5||25 (1140)|
|Level 2||$2,000||$8,000||3.25||23 (1070)|
|Level 3||$1,000||$4,000||3.0||21 (1000)|
The above awards are renewable for up to 4 years. First time freshmen and transfer students with less than 30 credit hours must have at least a 3.0 gpa in the college level courses. GED recipients should have at least a combined score of 3100 (620 average), to be considered for freshmen scholarships. Students must meet the following renewal criteria:
Minimum of 30 completed credit hours per academic year (including summer term), and a 3.0 overall GPA.
Please Note: ACT Composite score, SAT Mathematics and Critical Reading only
Renewable for up to 4 years. Students must meet the following renewal criteria: Minimum of 30 completed credit hours per academic year including summer term, and a 2.5 overall GPA.
The award is renewable for 2-years based on student’s continuing status with a minimum of 30 completed credit hours per academic year including summer term and a 3.0 overall GPA.
The WVU Tech Dependent Employee Scholarship was established to assist legally dependent children (based on federal income tax returns) of benefit-eligible employees. Students wishing to be considered must be enrolled full-time as undergraduates or admitted freshmen or transfer students on the WVU Tech campus. Selection is based on objective academic criteria and family income information. If chosen, the minimum award is $500 per year and the maximum is $1,650 per year. Read through the eligibility requirements and complete the application to be considered for the scholarship.
All WVU Tech academic scholarships are tuition, programmatic fee, housing and meal plan specific. The ACT score considered is the composite score and SAT score counts for critical reading and mathematics. Scholarship funds will not be applied towards books, or other fees. Full-time, degree seeking students can only receive one institutional academic scholarship.
Transfer students eligibility will be reviewed with counting in-progress grades towards the total completed.
Student’s eligibility will be re-checked with information on the final transcript and scholarship offers may be rescinded if requirements are no longer met.
Nondegree, readmit, and second degree seeking students are not eligible for scholarships. Students in Career Technical Education and Regent’s bachelor programs and students in certificate programs do not qualify for the awards.
Students, who lose their scholarship during their career at WVU Tech, have the ability to earn the award back by meeting the renewal standards the next academic year. Each year a student is enrolled at WVU Tech takes away a year of eligibility for the scholarship.
Subject to change: Because of the nature of institutional guidelines affecting financial aid programs, the information outlined in this publication is subject to change.