Advising and Student Success

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Students in the School of Medicine Health Professions enjoy the benefits of integrated professional and faculty advising, receiving expert guidance from professional advisors while enjoying strong mentoring relationships with faculty. More information is available on our advising page, or students can contact our professional advising team via email.

Center for Academic Engagement

Current School of Medicine Health Professions students have access to multiple services through the Center for Academic Engagement, including tutoring, peer mentorship, and success coaching. Learn more!

Student Success

A number of resources are available to School of Medicine Health Professions students, including those offered via the WVU Student Success website.

Mid-Year Academy

Students in the School of Medicine Health Professions who meet certain criteria at the end of each fall semester will be placed on academic notice for the following spring semester, and must meet certain requirements to be removed from probation. One of these requirements is participation in Mid-Year Academy - learn more!


As students approach graduation, they must complete certain steps within prescribed deadlines in order to be eligible to graduate and to walk during commencement ceremonies. Learn more!


Our School of Medicine Health Professions advising team is ready to help both current and prospective students stay on track for graduation, understand transfer or change of major requirements, and more. Get to know our team!