For assistance, contact Transfer Coordinator, Cassandra Famoso at 304.336.8404 or email@example.com
Class registration for new students accepted for the Spring and Summer 2023 terms will begin later this fall. Students will be notified by email with further information.
New student class registration for the Fall 2023 term will not take place until next spring. Students will be notified by email with further information.
The WLU Admissions Portal is designed to help personalize your admissions experience and is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Within the account, you can:
Students applying for admission to West Liberty University for the spring, summer or fall terms in 2022 may submit their application for consideration without an SAT or ACT score. Click here for more information.
The information contained here will help prepare you for life in the residence halls, and the transition you make into University life. As a member of the University community, you will find that much of what you learn will occur outside the classroom as you learn to live and work with others, in a diverse community.
Student Life facilitates campus events, works closely with clubs and organizations, including Greek Life, and coordinates with other departments on campus, including intramural sports and Student Government Association, to provide a rich Student Life program for all students.
Students can pick-up and/or have your picture taken at the College Union Office located on the ground floor of the College Union. Topper Cards are used as the meal card, library card, and with Topper Dollars, can be used for laundry, vending, and for purchases in Subway and the Bookstore. The card is also used to gain access to the front door of the student’s respective residence hall and several academic areas in the Media Arts Center, Fine Arts Building, Arnett Hall, and Main Hall. Financial aid refunds may be placed as Topper Dollars on the Topper Card by contacting the Business Office. Topper Dollars may be added to the Topper Card through eACCTS , in the student union, and in the Business Office. Cash payment is only accepted in the Business Office.
Are you a new student joining us this fall? Our procedure for getting your TopperCard has changed slightly: you can now submit your photo virtually for us to print! Find the form here! Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at (304) 336-8024.
Aladdin Dining is our dining services vendor. They manage the Bears’ Den Cafeteria, located in Rogers Hall, as well as our retail options on the first floor of the College Union. Those retail locations include Bear Necessities, We Proudly Serve Starbucks, Chilaca, and We Burg.
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Whether you are considering West Liberty University as a first-time student or as a way to further your education, the Financial Aid Office is here to help you make your goals a reality. You are taking the next big step in your life. The Net Price Calculator will allow you to gain an understanding of the estimated cost to you and your family if you choose to attend West Liberty University. We would also like to encourage you to complete your FAFSA as soon as possible, in order to allow our office to have ample time in communicating all available funding to you. Finally, for a list of available scholarships, grants, and other funding at West Liberty, please visit our website. As always, please feel free to contact us at 304.336.8016 or email@example.com with any questions or concerns. The following checklist will help ease your concerns through the Financial Aid process at West Liberty University.
The Financial Aid Office will be offering phone counseling to all interested incoming and returning students and their families. Please click here to sign up for an appointment with our office. We will be able to walk through estimated costs and financial aid, as well as next steps and additional payment options.
We would like to encourage all of our families to download the Cost Sheet Estimator before your appointment to help guide us through your questions and concerns.
We also offer an additional payment option brochure for understanding all of the different possibilities to finalizing your student account.
Finally, should you have an additional questions and are unable to book a phone appointment with our office, please feel free to email us.
West Liberty University, partnered with United Bank offers Direct Deposit of Financial Aid refunds to either a United Bank account, or a bank account of the student’s choice. Please complete the form to have your refund direct deposited: http://westliberty.edu/business-office/ If the student prefers a paper check, they need not do anything. A paper check will be mailed to the permanent address on record. Please remember to always keep your information updated to receive your refund in a timely manner. If you have any questions regarding your refund or have trouble setting up your disbursement account please contact the Business Office at 304.336.8013
The timeline to receive your refund is:
All invoicing will be completed through your West Liberty email account (late July for the fall semester and early December for the spring semester). Please reference your invoice for payment due dates. There are multiple options available to make payments on your account.
For a list of majors, visit the Academics page.
Contact information for Deans, Chairs and Program Directors can be found here.
The primary mission of the West Liberty University Student Health Service is to enable you to take full advantage of your academic experience by maintaining and improving your health. Required health information can be found and submitted in your Student Health Portal. Failure to submit this information may result in being denied treatment at the Health Service, participation in intercollegiate sports, or entry into some academic programs. For more information, including hours of operation, see http://westliberty.edu/health-services/.
Christy Bennington, Director of Health Services Health Services, Shaw Hall 019 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Campus Police Department employs full-time campus police officers commissioned by the State of West Virginia, with full law enforcement authority and responsibilities identical to the local police or Sheriff’s Department. The Campus Police officers work closely with the West Virginia State Police, Sheriff’s Department, and other law enforcement agencies.
Once classes begin, students are encouraged to sign up for TopperNet. TopperNet is provided by Rave Wireless and is WLU’s emergency text message system. TopperNet is used to notify you when classes are canceled or if any other emergency arises. You will need your WLU email address and your cell phone number when registering for this service. There is no fee for this service.
What is TopperFest? TopperFest is a two week festival held before the fall semester which is designed to welcome students to West Liberty University and get them acclimated to campus. These events give new students the chance to interact with each other and jump-start the friendships that will last a lifetime. More info…
The Enrollment Services Center (Registrar, and Financial Aid), the Admissions Office, the Housing Office, the
Learning & Student Development Center, Student Health Services, and the Business Office will be open for
extended hours during the opening weekend of the Fall semester.
Saturday, August 20: 10am-4pm
Sunday, August 21: 10am-4pm
Monday, August 22: 7:30am-5pm
Tuesday, August 23 – Thursday, August 25: 8am-5pm
Friday, August 24: Normal hours 8am-4pm resume
GO WLU is a list of various resources you may need while using the West Liberty University website. Bookmark these links for future use.
The West Liberty University IT Helpdesk provides a wide variety of services to the students, faculty, and staff of West Liberty University. The Help Desk is the first point of contact for faculty, staff and students who need computer or telephone assistance. Support tickets (https://westliberty.edu/helpdesk/), phone calls (304-336-8886) and walk-ins (Main Hall, MB39) are all welcome.
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..
Parent Power is an easy-to-read bulletin designed to keep parents informed about important dates, deadlines and discussions you should be having with your college freshman to help promote his/her academic and personal success. To view editions of the newsletter, visit the Parent Power page on the web.
WLU is committed to providing support to student veterans as you pursue your academic program.
The Honors College is an academic program of distinction for motivated, high-achieving students. As a community of engaged learners, we are serious about good grades and scholarship, but we are also serious about having fun! Nationwide, students are joining honors colleges both for the enhancement their careers, and to have a more fulfilling and enjoyable college experience.
West Liberty University is a forward-looking, four-year public university steeped in a rich heritage as West Virginia’s oldest institution of higher education. Established as West Liberty Academy in 1837 (26 years before the state was admitted to the Union), it was created to respond to the need for higher educational opportunities west of the Appalachian ridge. The institution is named for the town in which it is located. West Liberty was so named in the late 18th Century as the westernmost point of the new liberty provided through the Declaration of Independence.
Just off of Interstate 70 at the Cabela’s Drive exit and located just steps from the entrance of the Marquee Cinemas, the WLU Highlands Center offers more than 50 courses. Convenient parking and a modern learning environment making it ideal for first-time freshmen, current students, commuters, employees at the Highlands, and adult students wishing to begin or complete a degree at West Liberty University. The Highlands Center provides a number of educational opportunities from undergraduate to graduate level courses. The majority of the University’s summer courses are offered at the Highlands Center. For more information on the Highlands Center check us out on the web or call 304-217-2800.
Topper Station serves as the digital streaming platform for WLU-TV14 and WLU’s academic programs. Topper Station’s mission is to inform, connect and captivate people with content inspired by the students of West Liberty University and to be a leader and innovator in Higher Education.