Student Success Center

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WVU Parkersburg has partnered with Pearson Learning to offer Student Success services to learners at a distance.

Take advantage of the online services listed below, or, if you live near campus, visit the Student Success Center website to review the resources available there. Either way, we are here to help you get the knowledge and skills you need to be successful.

Please do the following for online services.  If you have any question or concerns please email ude.puvwnull@enilno:

Step 1: Visit the Online Student Success Center
Step 2: Choose topic you want to review: Math, Reading, Writing, Study Skills, or Career.
Step 3: Work through each topic’s subsections.
Step 4: Click Check your Understanding (not available for all topics) to take an assessment.
Step 5: When finished with your assessment:

a. Type in your name and course in the spaces provided
b. Click Save as PDF (the file will download to your computer).

Step 6: Send your results to the Student Success Center:

a. Open your email program.
b. Browse for and attach the downlaoaded pdf file to a new message,
c. Type ude.puvwnull@euCcM.ecinaJ in the To field,
d. Click Send. A representative of the Student Success Center will respond to you.

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