University of Charleston - WV
2300 MacCorkle Avenue, SE
Charleston, WV 25304-1099
Ms. Christine Tomczyk
Director of Financial Aid
Tuition amount: Full Tuition
Initial offers will be announced by April 15, 2023.
Deadline for the receipt of initial TE certification/applications:
In May 2023 or no deadline
The percentage of the new admitted TE candidates offered a TE scholarship for the current academic year:
UC is a premier, community-based university that offers education to meet the needs of traditional students and adult learners.
UC offers a rigorous academic experience for over 2,300 students on campus and online, offering both undergraduate and graduate studies programs. The campus is located on the banks of the Kanawha River in Charleston, West Virginia with a panoramic view of the Capitol building as a dramatic backdrop.
The mission of the University of Charleston is to educate each student for a life of productive work, enlightened living, and community involvement.
The University's mission is an expression of shared values and goals. These include:
Offering selected quality programs affording professional preparation in a liberal arts environment Preparing students to live in an increasingly complex and changing society by helping them develop the knowledge, abilities, and character needed to be lifelong learners Utilizing and enriching the strong relationship between the University and the greater Charleston community to prepare students for a life rich in community involvement
These values and goals are underscored through our attention to:
Productive Work UC prepares students to contribute to society immediately and throughout their lives. Their work will vary tremendously, but we hope that each graduate will improve his or her world. ?Productive? work isn't defined by the acquisition of great material gain for the graduate, but by the positive impact of the work on the graduate's community and world.
Enlightened Living College graduates must own a broad range of knowledge to thrive in modern society. Graduates should be scientifically, economically, politically, aesthetically, and culturally literate. They should have a sense of history and shared values, and a commitment to moral purpose and personal character.
Community Involvement UC attempts to develop within every student a pattern of community involvement. The foundation of our democratic society rests on community involvement, so we want graduates to take leadership responsibility and initiative in shaping organizations, institutions, and communities.
TE award equals tuition less other federal, state, private and/or institutional scholarships and grants. TE awards do not cover fees, room, board, books or other expenses.