The University Experience
At West Virginia University, we believe learning should take place all year round. Whether students are learning a new language or experimenting in the biology lab, our summer courses allow young minds to think strategically and analytically in preparation for life as a future college student.
Undergraduate Course Options
We offer several courses in a variety of different subjects, online on campus, and even at your high school. To find a course that speaks to you, explore the course catalog.Search the Course Catalog
WVU High School ACCESS Early College Program
Our goal is to provide high school students with access to college courses online, on-campus, and at home allowing for a more seamless transition into college and future careers.
Visit the High School ACCESS Early College Program website for more about the application process, payment information and submission, and preparing to be a West Virginia University student.
The High School ACCESS Early College Program is looking for talented, motivated, hard-working high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors who have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA. High school sophomores may be eligible with special approval. Eligible homeschooled students are also encouraged to apply.
- Review the ACCESS application page and apply.
- Complete the
Enrollment Authorization Form and send it to the ACCESS WVU
Early College Program through one of the following methods.
- Mailed to: WVU High School ACCESS Early College Program - P.O. Box 6212, Morgantown, WV, 26506
- Scanned and emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faxed to: (304) 293-2516
The total fee for a West Virginia University ACCESS course is $25 per credit hour.
Summer Bridge Program
Partnering with offices across campus, this program seeks to create opportunities for students of color and other underrepresented groups to build an academic community and persist towards graduation through engagement and mentoring.Learn More About Summer Bridge Program
We know that as parents, the thought of your high school taking college-level courses on their own, and in a new town can be a bit overwhelming. As a result, we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked parent questions to help you get your child prepared.FAQs for Parents