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I Have Been Admitted...What Happens Now?
It is time to embark on your brand new journey as a WVU High School ACCESS student. We want diverse and motivated students from all over the country to begin their exciting journeys with our program. Please continue to share this opportunity with your friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues!
Now that you are an admitted student to the WVU HS ACCESS Program, we encourage you to log into your WVU Portal (portal.wvu.edu) and eCampus systems (ecampus.wvu.edu) to take a tutorial.
Find Your WVU ID
If you don’t know your WVU ID number, you can look it up by going to https://login.wvu.edu/self-service Select the "Self Service Tools" tab, then click on "Forgot your WVU ID."
Claim and activate your WVU Account
Using your name, last four digits of your social security number or WVU ID number, go to https://login.wvu.edu/ and select "Claim Account".
- Click on “Claim Account”
- Enter First and Last name and Date of Birth (without dashes).
- Select “WVU ID Type” and enter your student ID #
- Click “I’m not a robot” and then click next
- Answer the True/False questions and create security questions
- Change your password from the default one given
- Your password will be valid for 180 days instead of the default of 90 days. You will receive an email prior to expiration.
Find Your WVU Textbooks
To find if a textbook is required for your course: http://wvu.bncollege.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/TBWizardView?catalogId=10001&langId=-1&storeId=15062
Enter in the Department, Course Number, and the Section of the course
PLEASE NOTE: Students and parents are solely responsible for the costs of their required WVU textbooks, lab kits, access codes, or any other equipment that is necessary for their courses.
Need a copy of your academic transcript?
To request an OFFICIAL WVU academic transcript, please click on the link below for the Office of the University Registrar's website: http://registrar.wvu.edu/transcripts
WVU WITHDRAWAL POLICY:
Important Information Regarding Course Changes, Drops, or Withdrawals.
West Virginia University and Raise.Me
RaiseMe is a newly launched college preparedness and scholarship tracking program designed to encourage high school students to start thinking about paying for college before they ever apply. By creating a free online profile similar to that of other social platforms, students in grades eight through twelve are able to input their academic, personal, professional, and recreational achievements to track their earning potential toward microscholarship dollars at WVU.
RaiseMe makes scholarships even more accessible and understandable for ALL students, even if you are low-income or first generation. The RaiseMe platform is easy to navigate and allows students and parents to safely and securely review, track, and tally microscholarship dollars prior to their high school graduation.
Click on the RaiseMe link to get started. You have absolutely nothing to lose...and everything to gain. Start earning scholarship dollars now!
Students That Ride The Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) System At WVU:
All HS ACCESS Students should account for travel and wait times if you plan to use the PRT as a primary mode of transportation to and from your on-campus classes. Unexpected technical issues and/or severe weather can make service outages longer and more frequent.
***PLEASE NOTE: High School students cannot use their WVU ID's to ride the PRT's. The WVU ID's are for identification purposes only while you are taking WVU courses.***
PRT outages are posted live on the WVU Department of Transportation’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WVU-DOT-104121102981415/
Please Review WVU's Academic Standards and Guidelines, Student Conduct Codes, and Academic Dishonesty and Integrity Policies that will apply to ALL admitted ACCESS students: