WEST LIBERTY, W.Va., August 1, 2023 – West Liberty University is ready to support students from Alderson Broaddus University following the decision Monday to revoke authorization for ABU to offer degrees. The Hilltoppers empathize with the students of ABU and are prepared to provide a seamless transfer to WLU to complete their academic programs.
WLU will provide expedited review of admissions materials from ABU students including accepting admissions letters for first-time, full-time students for provisional admittance. For other students, the application is free and will be processed within 48 hours. Academic staff and advisors are ready to assist ABU students with transcript review and advising for fall classes.
WLU offers scholarships for first-year and new transfer students, including the new Topper Grant scholarship. On-campus housing is still available and, for ABU students, the housing deposit will be waived. Classes begin August 21 and students have until August 31 to finalize their schedule.
WLU provides a safe, small, and picturesque campus with one of the most affordable tuition rates in the region. Students who wish to learn more about WLU can talk personally with an Admissions counselor by calling 304-336-8076 or emailing email@example.com to set up an appointment. Transfer students can visit https://westliberty.edu/admissions/transfer/ for more information and to connect with an advisor.
West Liberty University is West Virginia’s oldest public university, and it offers more than 70 undergraduate majors, plus a growing number of graduate programs, both online and on campus. Learn more at westliberty.edu.