State education policy officials include the following:
Paul L. Hill, Chancellor of the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission
E. Gordon Gee, President, West Virginia University
Sarah A. Tucker, Interim Chancellor for West Virginia Community and Technical College Education
West Virginia’s PROMISE Scholarship encourages degree completion by requiring students to complete 30 credits per year. Learn more about how states Develop a Plan.
West Virginia publicly reports completion data for some of its public institutions and none of its private institutions. See 50-State Table on Completion Data and learn more about how states Measure Progress.