Community College Financial Aid Statistics in West Virginia

  • The community colleges in West Virginia are comprised of approximately 93% financial aid.
  • The community colleges financial aid in West Virginia are listed below (where sufficient data available).

Community College Financial Aid Statistics in West Virginia

  • College Financial Aid Location
  • 100%
    1052 Main St
    Wheeling WV  26003
    (304)232-0361
  • 100%
    1000 Virginia St E
    Charleston WV  25301
    3043452820
  • 100%
    176 Thompson Dr.
    Bridgeport WV  26330
    (304)842-4007
  • Valley College-Beckley
    Private, for profit
    99%
    120 New River Town Center
    Beckley WV  25801
    (304)252-9547
  • Valley College-Princeton
    Private, for profit
    98%
    617 Mercer Street
    Princeton WV  24740
    (304)425-2323
  • Mountain State College
    Private, for profit
    97%
    1508 Spring St
    Parkersburg WV  26101
    (304)485-5487
  • 96%
    148 Willey St
    Morgantown WV  26505
    (304)296-8282
  • 93%
    5514 Big Tyler Rd
    Charleston WV  25313
    (304)776-6290
  • 93%
    101 Fort Ave
    Keyser WV  26726
    (304)788-6820
  • 90%
    1704 Market St.
    Wheeling WV  26003
    (304)233-5900
  • 90%
    619 2nd Avenue
    Montgomery WV  25136
    (304)734-6601
  • 90%
    13650 Apple Harvest Drive
    Martinsburg WV  25403
    (304)260-4380
  • 87%
    300 Campus Drive
    Parkersburg WV  26104
    (304)424-8000
  • 83%
    2001 Union Carbide Drive
    South Charleston WV  25303
    (304)205-6600
  • 78%
    One Mountwest Way
    Huntington WV  25701
    (866)710-3140
  • 68%
    4799 Midland Dr
    Charleston WV  25306
    (304)348-1965
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