Student Success Summit
More than 450 educators, school partners and community leaders
convene to focus on student achievement during annual West Virginia Student Success
School of Excellence Award
Raleigh County's Liberty High School receives American
College Application Campaign's School of Excellence Award.
College Decision Day
More than 70 high schools across West Virginia to celebrate
college-bound seniors through "College Decision Day" events.
West Virginia's inaugural First-Generation College
Colleges and universities across West Virginia to celebrate
successes of first-generation students.
College Application and Exploration Week
Annual series of events help students
explore postsecondary options and careers.
2021 Champion of College Access and Success Awards
Sixteen high schools across West Virginia recognized
for strong efforts to help students plan for college.
West Virginia awarded $24 million federal "
GEAR UP" college-readiness grant to support students
over the next seven years
College for West Virginia provides free downloadable
materials to public and non-profit organizations
working to advance college access and success in West Virginia.
Txt 4 Success
The class of 2022 can now sign up to receive
college tips and reminders via text message. Students
can also text us for college help, and a college access advisor
"Grow your own pathway" into the teaching
profession. TeachWV can help you
define your unique path.
Use the dashboard to see your school's
FAFSA completion rate.
Financial Aid Webinars
West Virginia's 2021-22 Statewide
Financial Aid Workshop Series webinars are now
FAFSA Guardianship Booklet
A guide to the FAFSA and Guardianship Process,
provided by Legal Aid of West Virginia.
CFWV Quick Contact Guide
Students, families, and educators: Need financial aid or
admissions contact information to one of WV's two- or four-year
colleges or universities? Check out CFWV's Quick
Value of College
In West Virginia, college is possible - and necessary. It's
estimated that 70% of West Virginia's future job openings will
require more than a high school diploma. To see how higher
education looks in the state of West Virginia and in your county,
click the image below.