West Virginia Wesleyan is excited that you will be joining our community this fall! Below you will find information regarding scheduling classes, ordering textbooks, technology information, and much more. The first thing you will want to look at is the Transfer Checklist. This document provides you with everything that needs done between now and Orientation on August 15th.
Below are links to documents that will help you leading up to Orientation. If you are unable to access these forms, please contact the Office of Admissions at 304-473-8510.
Your Course Preference Form responses will be used to create an individually selected schedule just for you. Need help preparing the form? Your admissions counselor will be available via text or email at any time to guide you through selection. We are committed to going the extra mile to ensure your success no matter the challenges. If you have questions about what kind of classes you will be taking, please visit review our Advising FAQ document.
Course Preference Form
Order Your Textbooks
Laptop and Technology Information
Photo ID Information
New Student Visitor’s Guide
New Student Health Form (Due July 15th)
2020-2021 Academic Calendar
General Education, Math and Communication Requirements
Next Step Information Modules
Here you will find three information modules that will guide you through the next steps you will need to complete leading into Orientation in August. These modules will cover topics such as health forms, insurance, ordering text books, username and passwords and several other items. At the conclusion of the third module you will be asked to submit a brief quiz about the information reviewed. All three modules, including the quiz, should only take 15-20 minutes to complete and must be completed prior to a housing assignment being arranged for you.
Next Steps Module 1 (Health Forms and Textbooks)
Next Steps Module 2 (Username, Password and Account Access)
Next Steps Module 3 (Orientation, Class Facebook Page and Summer Checklist)
Next Steps Modules Quiz
Technology Orientation Part I and Part II: 10 Things You Need to Know and Do to Have a Successful Semester