How to apply
Apply for all available Regents Bachelor of Arts (and CEHS) scholarships by
filling out the appropriate application form below.
Note to sophomore, junior, and senior students:
Please choose Learning Sciences and Human Development (LSHD) as your department
on the CEHS Scholarship Application form. You will then be presented
with a dropdown from which you can choose "Regents Bachelor of Arts".
RBA Scholarship Descriptions
June Hitt Blake Scholarship
This endowment shall provide undergraduate scholarships for West Virginia residents
enroll at West Virginia University who demonstrate academic promise by achieving
a GPA of 2.5. First preference shall be for full-time students who are within thirty-six
hours of graduation and were not enrolled in a high school or college for at least
three years prior to enrolling at WVU. Priority within this category is given
to heads of households.
Second preferences shall be for students enrolled for at least six credit hours and
either (1) had an interruption in their college career of at least two years or
(2) graduated from high school at least five years prior to enrolling at WVU. Priority
within this category is given to heads of households.
A student who is a recipient one year is eligible for consideration in any other
Michael & Janette Heitz A&S ScholarshipThis endowment shall provide
undergraduate scholarships for students in the College of Education and Human
Services. Preference shall be given to students pursuing Board of Regents degrees.
Recipients shall demonstrate academic promise by achieving an accumulative GPA
of 2.5 or higher and financial need. A student who is a recipient one year is eligible
for consideration in any other year.
Bob Wagner Scholarship
This endowment shall be awarded to a non-traditional student pursuing a Regents
Bachelor of Arts degree at West Virginia University. Preference will be given to
West Virginia residents. Funds will be used to assist recipient with the purchase
of textbooks and course related materials.
The Osher Re-Entry Scholarship
The purpose of the Osher Re-Entry Scholarship program is provide scholarship grants
to assist non-traditional, re-entry students with tuition expenses. Re-entry
students are defined as individuals who have experienced a cumulative interruption
in their education of five or more years and want to resume their undergraduate
university studies to complete their first baccalaureate degree. The scholarship
is intended to benefit students who have considerable years of employability
ahead of them. Applicants must have demonstrated financial need and attending
classes on campus. A complete list of requirements is available at