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Resources For Students

From Admissions to Alumni, these links will lead you to the resources that will guide you through your experience at West Chester University. Take advantage of all that WCU has to offer!

Admissions

Apply to WCU! As an undergraduate or graduate, you will find admissions information, including on-line admissions forms.

Transfer Students - The Registrar will determine your transferable credits as part of your admission process. Transfer equivalencies are available for you to review when choosing classes at another institution in anticipation of transferring to WCU. Click here for course information.

Academics

WCU houses various colleges within the University. Click here to learn more.

Financial Aid

WCU has an office dedicated to assisting you with all your financial aid needs. Click here to learn more about Financial Aid requirements.

Tuition

WCU Bursar provides options for paying on-line, by mail or in person. Click here for the WCU Bursar’s office to see payment schedules and learn more.

Registrar

WCU Registrar office is the place to go to with a lot of your needs as a student at WCU. To access information on course registration, transferring credits from other institutions, and accessing a downloadable academic calendar, click here.

Office of Services for Students with Disabilities

The Office of Services for Students with Disabilities (OSSD) offers services for students with physical and learning disabilities. Click here for more information.

Student Academic Concerns

Click here for the policies and procedures governing student academic concerns.

Note: See p.103 to go directly to these policies in this link to the Ram’s Eye View Student Handbook.

Twardowski Career Development Center (CDC)

In today’s economy, it is critical to utilize every possible resource to land the perfect job in the career that you have prepared for. You will find many resources that can assist you at different points in your career search at the Twardowski Career Development Center (CDC). Confused about what you want to do after college or even what your major should be? The CDC can help. It’s never too early to check out services the office provides. Click here for more information.

Alumni Relations

WCU works hard to keep in touch with you once you’ve graduated. Click here to learn about the various ways to stay connected to your alma mater.

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