WLU Learning Student & Development Center
The Learning and Student Development Center is committed to motivating students to be successful, providing avenues for academic and cultural support, and developing opportunities for connecting students to the West Liberty University community. In this developmental process, students are encouraged to engage in programs and services that will help them realize their potential. The Learning and Student Development Center blends the following offices and services to address student’s needs and assist in a positive college experience.
ADA accommodations are one of many services provided by the Learning and Student Development Center. We are dedicated to supporting students academically, professionally and personally throughout their academic careers.
Students who wish to gain credit for courses through testing can take the CLEP (or College Level Examination Program) Exam. The CLEP (College Level Examination Program) Exam tests your skills on the coursework for which you would like to gain credit and is computer-based.
If you are undecided about your major, you will enter West Liberty University as an Undeclared student.
Help your son or daughter plan for a career by choosing the right program and knowing your options at WLU.
The goal of the Career Services Center is to provide the services and resources to help students choose and prepare for their careers, find employment, and learn the skills needed to transition successfully from student to professional.
First Year Programs & Services
Hilltopper Academy is a week-long, residential, summer-bridge program designed to increase college readiness among entering freshmen.
West Liberty University is committed to helping students become engaged, active participants in the educational process and academic community.
Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
The MAT represents an excellent option for candidates applying to any of the hundreds of graduate programs that accept MAT scores for admission.