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First-time Freshman

You are a current high school senior, have a TASC/GED or haven't attended college since graduating.

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Transfer Student

You have attended college since graduating from high school.

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Change of Campus Student

If you're already enrolled on a WVU system campus and you're changing campuses to Potomac State College, here's what you need to do.

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International Student

You are not a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident.

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High School ACCESS Students

If you're a high school student looking to get a head start on your college career, this is the place for you.

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Dual Applicant Student

If you are interested in applying to more than one WVU campus, here’s what you need to know about your decision.

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If you've served in the armed forces, there are resources you may be able to put to use.

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Non-Traditional Student

You are over the age of 23 or graduated from high school five or more years ago.

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Non-Degree Student

You want to take courses but do not plan to be a degree candidate.

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Visiting (Transient) Student

You are considered a transient or visiting student if you would like to take a course at Potomac State College and have the credit transferred to another college or university.

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Special Interest Courses

Explore special continuing education courses — and have fun.

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WVU Referrals

You applied to the WVU Morgantown campus but were admitted at WVU Potomac State College.

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BAS Four-Year Programs

Students who have earned an  Associate of 
Applied Science (AAS) degree in an eligible 
major are admissible to a Bachelor of 
Applied Science (BAS) / Four-year program. 

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