Infographic - Are W.Va. Public Colleges a Good Value?

Nov 18, 2015

According to the U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard, every public college and university in West Virginia costs less to attend than the national average of $17,500. 

However, only 4 schools meet or exceed the national earning power after attending.  Shepherd University, West Virginia University, and two WVU-affiliated schools, (Potomac State College and WVU Institute of Technology) exceed the average national salary of $36,000; salary information was unreported for several state schools.  

Only two schools - Marshall and WVU - equal or surpass the average national graduation rate of 44 percent. 

View the graphic below for specifics on each school.