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Contact Us

First contact with our University system?

Contact the WVU Visitor’s Center (304-293-3489; http://visit.wvu.edu/). You may also ask to speak with an Admissions Counselor. They can answer many general questions concerning admissions, living in Morgantown, tuition, etc. Of course, the WVU website quickly offers a wealth of detailed information.

Questions specific to admission into WVU Physical Therapy?

Contact Kim Klaus (304-293-3257; kklaus@hsc.wvu.edu). Ms. Klaus is the Assistant Director of Admissions within the School of Medicine’s Department of Human Performance & Applied Exercise Science.

Other questions specific to WVU PT?

Contact Julie Peasak, Administrator (304-293-3610; jpeasak@hsc.wvu.edu)

Complaints Outside Due Process

Individuals other than students, faculty, and staff may lodge a formal complaint regarding the WVU Physical Therapy Program through the process outlined in the following documents Complaints Outside Due Process.

Division of Physical Therapy

School of Medicine – Human Performance
West Virginia University
PO Box 9226
Morgantown, WV 26506

Phone: 304-293-3610; Fax: 304-293-7105