University of Charleston 查爾斯頓大學 (西維珍尼亞州 WV)


The mission of the University of Charlestonis to educate each student for a life of productive work, enlightened living, and community involvement. The University prepares students to contribute to society immediately and throughout their lives. “Productive” work isn't defined by the acquisition of great material gain for the graduate, but by the positive impact of the work on the graduate's community and world.


College graduates must own a broad range of knowledge to thrive in modern society. Graduates should be scientifically, economically, politically, aesthetically, and culturally literate. They should have a sense of history and shared values, and a commitment to moral purpose and personal character.

The Basics
Setting located in the state capital of West Virginia amidst magnificent mountains and rivers.
School Type 4 years private university
Tuition US$25,000 - $26,000
Housing Homestay or apartment
Current Weather
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General Information
State West Virginia (WV)
Location Charleston
Environment Urban
Campus Size 40 acres
Year Founded 1888
Admission Req.m HK F.6
Academic Calendar Fall/ Spring
Level Offered Bachelor degree
Enrollment Approximately 1,100 students
International Approximately 100 students
Student-to-Teacher 16:1

Academic Programs:

School of Business: Accounting, Business Administration, Business Programs - Fast-Track, Finance, Sports Administration

School of Health Sciences: Athletic Training, Nursing—Associates Degree (ADN), Nursing—Bachelors Degree (BSN), Pre-Physician Assistant, Radiologic Science

School of Arts & Sciences: Art, Biology, Chemistry, Chemistry–Biology Dual Major, Communications, Education, English, History, Interior Design, Political Science (including Pre-Law), Public Policy etc.



Sports & Fitness Center, Clay Tower Building, Schoenbaum Library, Riggleman Hall, Residence Halls, Erma Byrd Gallery


Students Life:

Women’s Sports: basketball, golf, cross country, rowing, soccer, softball, tennis, track and volleyball

Men’s Sports: baseball, basketball, football, golf, soccer, tennis

Student organizations: American Chemical Society, Concert Choir, Public Policy Club, Radiology Club, Sports Medicine Club etc.