Tuition and Fees

The Country Roads Program is dedicated to providing a high quality, structured program on WVU’s Morgantown campus. The chart below provides estimated costs for the 2021-2022 academic year.

The Core Track (Years 1-2)
Housing Fees (covers rent, utilities, internet) Lincoln Hall $3,906 per semester (double suite)
Meal Plan $2,752 (may change based on plan choice)
University Fees $684 (per semester) [ESTIMATED]
Total $7,342

*Note: These are projected costs and estimated for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Financial Aid

At this time, only students who are applying for Vocational Rehabilitation educational benefits need to complete the FASFA. While submission of the FAFSA would be the process to also apply for federal grants and loans, students in the Country Roads program are not eligible at this time. However, most Vocational Rehabilitation offices require it. Learn more about the FAFSFA process.

The following resources are available to students and their families as potential support for program costs:

  1. West Virginia Department of Rehabilitation Services (WVDRS) – The Division of Rehabilitation Services is West Virginia's primary vocational rehabilitation resource for people with disabilities who want to work. DRS helps many West Virginians prepare for careers consistent with their interests, needs and abilities. DRS helps many more to maintain their current employment if a disability is making it difficult to continue working.

    Vocational rehabilitation provides direct, personalized services. During the vocational rehabilitation process , a counselor will work with you one-on-one to plan an individualized program that leads to paid employment. Learn more by visiting

  2. West Virginia ABLE Accounts- WVABLE is West Virginia's ABLE plan. The West Virginia Treasurer’s Office has partnered with STABLE Accounts and the Ohio Treasurer’s Office to offer this program to West Virginians with disabilities. A STABLE Account is an investment account available to eligible individuals with disabilities. STABLE Accounts are made possible by the federal Achieving a Better Life Experience (“ABLE”) Act. STABLE Accounts allow individuals with disabilities to save and invest money without losing eligibility for certain public benefits programs, like Medicaid or SSI. Earnings in your STABLE Account are not subject to federal income tax, so long as you spend them on “Qualified Disability Expenses.” To learn more visit
  3. Scholarships for students with disabilities- there are a lot of options for scholarships. To learn more, visit