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This is how you ace that first year.

The Academy of Engineering and Sciences (AcES) at WVU Tech can help students in select engineering and computer science programs get a head start on their first year of college. WVU Tech's AcES academy will run August 7-11, 2023.

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ACES at WVU Tech

One week, one incredible experience.

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About the Academy

This weeklong program brings students to campus early to learn about campus, explore helpful resources and get started ahead of the game.

Learn more about it

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Who it's for

All incoming (first-year) students in the college of engineering and sciences. 

See the list of eligible majors

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What you'll do

You'll start building a network of other students in your major on day one. We'll go through a math bootcamp, chemistry sessions, meet-and-greets with professors and lots of fun stuff (like movies and field trips).

Explore AcES activities

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Current AcES students

Got into the AcES program at Tech? Congrats! Here's everything you'll need to know for Academy week.

Info for current students

Questions about the program? Contact Dr. Kimberlyn Gray.

Registration for the Academy of Engineering and Sciences (AcES)

at WVU Tech is now closed.