Once grades are posted, students can access grades via his or her myWCU account.
If your employer reimburses you for tuition, please complete the Grade Mailer Request. Please be sure to sign the form and fax to the
When you apply for admission to WCU, applying for financial aid should be a parallel process. Please complete your FAFSA and follow directions on the WCU Financial Aid website.
Director, Financial Aid
Yes! When taking classes at West Chester University’s Philadelphia Campus, you will the same access to West Chester University’s faculty and you will be expected to complete the same assignments as your main campus counterparts.
No, tuition is the same for both campuses.
Yes, all required courses will be offered at the Philadelphia campus.
Yes! Almost every student taking classes at the Philadelphia campus is a working student like yourself.
West Chester University provides its students with a great, affordable education and the Philadelphia campus is conveniently located right in center city. Also, unlike some of the other local universities, almost all of the students at the Philadelphia campus are working professionals. You can network with others in your field while learning the skills you need to move forward in your career.
The WCU Registrar's Office has a Transfer Credit Center where students can locate transfer equivalencies. If you do not see your previous college or courses listed, or have another specific transfer question, you can contact the Registrar directly.
Transfer Credit Coordinator
Students enrolled in courses at the Philadelphia site may also be dually-enrolled in general education courses at community college. All financial aid matters will be handled through WCU. If you have any questions about how and when to pay your tuition, please visit the Financial Aid website.
If you have any questions about how and when to pay your tuition, please visit the Office of the Bursar's website.
Senior Director of Financial Aid
Associate Director of Student Financial Services
WCU faculty are dedicated to providing you with individualized advisement and assistance. We will want for you to meet with your faculty advisor each semester in order to schedule for the next semester, and will not clear you to schedule without a face-to-face meeting. During that time, we can provide professional and academic advisement, and connect you with any support services you may need. While you will always have access to the faculty in the classroom, advisement for the Philadelphia site will be provided by the Chair of each program.
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Information about the Refund Policy can be found on the Registrar's website, on the Refund Dates and Percentages page.
Students must maintain a 3.00 cumulative average to remain in good standing.
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