Our students receive a quality education, built on an outstanding tradition of academic excellence. West Virginia University ranks among the top ten public universities in the United States for the number of students receiving the prestigious Rhodes and Truman Scholarships. The University's twenty-fifth Rhodes scholar is a graduate of the College of Engineering and Mineral Resources.
A full range of services are provided to ensure that the students are well prepared for their Co-op employment. Students can obtain assistance in resume writing and improving their interviewing skills. Individual advising on professionalism and career objectives is available.
In addition to academic criteria, every applicant is evaluated to determine the attitude and level of commitment before they are accepted into the Co-op Program.
On-site visits and written reviews are used to evaluate the students' experience and performance. Questionnaires are sent periodically to employers to obtain valuable feedback about our students.
Our top priority is to deliver fast, responsive service to employers.