The first step is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Be sure to add West Liberty University’s school code (003823) in order for us to receive your application. We will process your application and contact you based on the information provided.
To receive maximum consideration for aid, students apply using the FAFSA, which must be received by the processor, prior to April 15of each year.
Yes, students may still apply for a Direct Loan or a Pell Grant. There is no specific deadline for these two federal programs.
Tuition varies based on your residency as well as the College you are accepted into. Please click in the following link for detailed information.
You will need to visit the www.studentloans.gov website. Have your PIN available from when you completed the FAFSA, as you will need it to log in. Once logged in, click “Complete Master Promissory Note.”
A grant is a gift. It does not have to be repaid and it is based on the student’s financial need. A scholarship is an achievement award which is usually based on academic grades, abilities, skills, test scores, class rank, etc. Loans are funds borrowed by the student and/or parent. In most cases, loans must be repaid with an interest charge and a specified repayment period.
All bills are emailed to the students in July for Fall semester and December for Spring Semester. Any questions on billing, please contact the Business Office.
There are a few ways to contact us. By phone at 304.336.8016. By email at [email protected]. Or by fax at 304.336.8088.
You can feel free to contact us at anytime about your financial aid; however, once you are student here you will be able to check your financial aid in your West Liberty Information Network System (WINS) account at anytime.
Your financial aid will be processed the first day of class of each semester. The funds will be disbursed to your account to cover any and all balances, followed by being disbursed to you through automatic deposit if any funds exceed your costs.
Yes. In order to receive consideration for all programs you must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. File the FAFSA in the month of January. If necessary, you may estimate your taxes to complete the form.
For summer sessions, students may only receive remaining federal aid eligibility not used during Fall & Spring terms (Federal Pell Grant and/or Direct Loans for students). Funding may or may not be available for a full- or part-time job through the Federal Work Study program.