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Keep it ‘classy’ with Online Winter Intersession 

Students can take a class or two and earn up to five credits in just three weeks during Winter Intersession, which offers more than 30 online courses from Dec. 18 through Jan. 4.  

This popular program offers students an opportunity to work without distractions, boost their GPA, enroll in that class they’ve always wanted to take and/or complete a minor. 

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Register for EDP 101—College Success Strategies

Are you enrolled in a difficult course this semester? Would you like to learn new study strategies? Do you need help with time management? Are you looking for a GPA booster? Would you like to improve your academic performance? Do you need help balancing your academic life?

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Learn about a master's degree in counseling a virtual information session

The Mountaineer School-Based Mental Health Fellows program is an innovative partnership between WVU’s Counseling Program and Harrison County Public Schools in West Virginia, funded by a five-year, $5.2 million grant through the U.S. Department of Education. Students selected for this opportunity will receive generous financial, academic, and personal assistance for both years in WVU’s counseling graduate program, and will complete their practicums and internships in schools located in Harrison County, West Virginia. Moreover, students selected for this program must commit to working in a high-need school district in West Virginia for at least two years after graduating from WVU’s counseling program. If you're considering pursuing a master's degree in counseling, this may be the experience for you! Please see the following link for additional information regarding this opportunity:

We invite you to attend our upcoming virtual (Zoom) information session, scheduled for Wednesday, October 25 at 6:30 p.m. EST, where you can learn more about the counseling program, hear from students regarding their experiences in the Mountaineer School-Based Mental Health Fellows Program, and get your questions answered. If interested, please register in advance using the following link:

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to Dr. Rawn Boulden at

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Video of latest Campus Conversation available

A Campus Conversation was held Wednesday (Sept. 20) via Zoom to outline the next steps in the University’s overarching Transformation initiative after Friday’s (Sept. 15) Board of Governors meeting where the body considered and voted on the final recommendations from the Academic Program Portfolio Review process. The Provost’s Office also shared results of the Academic Support Units review.

If you missed the virtual session, you can watch the archived Conversation at this link

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'Diversity No Matter What' Graduate Students Cohort

Graduate students passionate about promoting diversity and inclusivity in academia are invited to apply for this incredible opportunity to make a difference in the LGBTQ+ community.

The "Diversity No Matter What" initiative is focused on creating a small cohort of WVU graduate students to be involved in peer support through the spring 2024 semester. 

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Athletic Training program to host information session for potential students Oct. 6

Students interested in learning more about WVU’s Athletic Training Master’s degree are invited to hear from faculty and current students at open house events in October.

Sessions are intended for college seniors planning to apply to the Class of 2024. Sessions will also appeal to college juniors, sophomores and first-year students interested in exploring the degree or the admissions process for applying.

Virtual session

A Zoom session is available for those unable to attend the in-person event at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5. Once students register, a confirmation with the Zoom link will be provided.

To register for either session, visit

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RUSH Program application open

Are you an undergraduate student interested in a career in a healthcare profession serving in a rural community or thinking about medical, dental or nursing school? 

The WVU Institute for Community and Rural Health RUSH program is a great introduction to practicing in rural communities. 

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