Accepted to WL…What’s Next?

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Welcome to the Hilltop!

Congratulations on your acceptance to West Liberty University! On this page, you will find important information for new students.

 

What's Next?
  • TopperNet Emergency Text Messaging System

    Once classes begin, students are encouraged to sign up for TopperNet. TopperNet is provided by Rave Wireless and is WLU’s emergency text message system.  TopperNet is used to notify you when classes are canceled or if any other emergency arises.  You will need your WLU email address and your cell phone number when registering for this service.  There is no fee for this service.

    To sign up for TopperNet: Go to https://www.getrave.com/login/westliberty Click on “Register Now”.  Complete the information on the “Create Account” page, agree to the Terms of Service, and click “Next”.  A confirmation screen will appear, explaining that Rave has sent you an e-mail. Go to your e-mail account and click the link.  When you click the link, a 4 digit code will be sent to your phone.  A screen will open on your compter asking you to type in that code.  This will take you to your main account screen. You’re done!

  • Academic Adviser

     

    All students enrolled at West Liberty University are assigned an academic adviser to assist the student with class scheduling and meeting graduation requirements.  Academic advisers are assigned to new students prior to the semester beginning.  The name of your academic adviser can be found in WINS under the “Student Services” menu.  Select “Student Records” from the “Student Services” menu, and the select “View Student Information”.  You can locate telephone numbers and email addresses for advisers in the WLU directory, which is available on the home page next to the WINS icon.  Office locations are posted outside of the Registrar’s Office in Main Hall.

  • Parent Power

    Parent Power is an easy-to-read bulletin designed to keep parents informed about important dates, deadlines and discussions you should be having with your college freshman to help promote his/her academic and personal success.  To view editions of the newsletter, visit the Parent Power page on the web.

  • Veterans

     

    Are you a Veteran and looking to further your education? West Liberty University is honored to be designated as a Military Friendly School.  We hope that WLU can serve you in your upcoming educational endeavor. Read more…

  • Highlands Center

     

    Just off of Interstate 70 at the Cabela’s Drive exit and located just steps from the entrance of the Marquee Cinemas, the WLU Highlands Center offers more than 50 courses.  Convenient parking and a modern learning environment making it ideal for first-time freshmen, current students, commuters, employees at the Highlands, and adult students wishing to begin or complete a degree at West Liberty University.  The Highlands Center provides a number of educational opportunities from undergraduate to graduate level courses.  The majority of the University’s summer courses are offered at the Highlands Center.  For more information on the Highlands Center check out our page or call 304-217-2800.

  • WLU Financial Aid Refund Process

    We have partnered with United Bank to streamline the financial aid refund process. You have the following options regarding the delivery method of your refund: 

    • Direct deposit to the bank account of your choice
    • A paper check mailed to the address of your choice*

     

    *Choosing a paper check will delay the processing of your refund.

     

    Once you have registered to attend WLU an email will be sent from United Bank to your West Liberty email address, containing instructions and your username and password. You will be required to log in and chose a disbursement option in order to receive your refund.

     

    If you have any questions regarding your refund or have trouble setting up your disbursement account please contact the Business Office.

     

    United customer service representatives are available to aid you in navigating through your United disbursement account, 1-800-327-9862.

     

  • Invoicing and Payment Options

    All invoicing will be completed through your West Liberty email account (late July for the fall semester and early December for the spring semester). Please reference your invoice for payment due dates. There are multiple options available to make payments on your account.

     

    1. Payments can be made through your student’s WINS. (See instructions located on theBusiness Office’s website).
    2. Epay is available for those who do not have a student login or those who would like to pay with an e-check.
    3. Payment can be made by visiting the Business Office between the hours of 8am-4pm, Monday through Friday.
    4. Payment can be mailed to: West Liberty University, Business Office, 208 University Drive, CUB 109, and West Liberty, WV 26074.
    5. Payment can be made over the phone by calling (304) 336-8013 or (304) 336-8944.
    6. A 5 month payment plan is available. Refer to http://www.westliberty.edu/business-office/, click on the payment plans & options tab then payment plan options.

     

  • Topper Cards

    Students can pick-up and/or have your picture taken at the College Union Office located on the ground floor of the College Union.

    Topper Cards are used as the meal card, library card, and with Topper Dollars, can be used for laundry, vending, and for purchases in Subway and the Bookstore.

    The card is also used to gain access to the front door of the student’s respective residence hall and several academic areas in the Media Arts Center, Fine Arts Building, Arnett Hall, and Main Hall.   

    Financial aid refunds may be placed as Topper Dollars on the Topper Card by contacting the Business Office.  Topper Dollars may be added to the Topper Card through eACCTS , in the student union, and in the Business Office. Cash payment is only accepted in the Business Office. 

  • Meal Plans

    Students have 5, 10, 14 and 19 meal plans available.  By default, all new residential students are assigned the 19 meal plan.  Residential students must have 10, 14 or 19 meal plan, except for students living in University Place.  Students residing in University Place can choose the 5 meal plan.

     

    Residence Hall students can change their meal plan by contacting the Housing Office. (Please contact the Housing Office regarding timing restrictions on changes)

     

    5, 10, and 50 meal plans are available to commuters.