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State Grants and Scholarships

State grants and scholarships are awarded by individual state higher education agencies.

It is important to note that they often have academic requirements to maintain eligibility (such as maintaining a minimum overall grade point average, a required amount of earned hours for the semester or academic year, and/or maintaining satisfactory academic progress for financial aid eligibility).

Check with your state higher education agency or high school counselor for additional information and deadlines for your state. You can find a complete listing of all state higher education agencies at www2.ed.gov/about/contacts/state/index.html.

Below are common state programs received by WVU students.

Please note some students may be eligible for reduced tuition due to factors such as their level, state of residency, and/or program of study. Visit admissions.wvu.edu/cost-and-aid and scroll to the bottom to the "Reduced Tuition" section for more information. Qualifying for reduced tuition (i.e. resident-equivalent tuition) can impact institutional scholarship eligibility for students.