Whether you’ve just started your college search or have already applied, we have events and tours for you.
Visit in Person
Tour campus, meet our friendly people and take in the amazing views. Coming to Morgantown is the best way to feel the Mountaineer spirit.
Campus tour registration is available for all students, but capacity is limited.
Take a Virtual Tour
Whether you’ve just started your college search or have already applied, we have virtual events and tours for you.
- Explore WVU any time — from anywhere — with 360-degree views of nearly every building on campus through our virtual tour.
- Nobody knows campus like our Visitors Center tour guides. Join Tour Guide Live for your chance to meet with them virtually, tour campus and ask what it’s really like to be a WVU student. Best for: Anyone! Especially high school seniors and their families, admitted students, prospective and admitted transfer students who haven’t visited campus.
- Ask our experts about everything from scholarship and financial aid opportunities to application requirements and career services during a Virtual Undergraduate Admissions Session. Best for: High school juniors and seniors (and their families) who have not yet applied to WVU, as well as admitted students looking to learn more about housing, scholarships and more.
- Weekly Virtual Graduate Admissions Sessions introduce you to the programs, people and places that make graduate life at WVU the experience of a lifetime. Our admissions expert will guide you through a live presentation covering everything you need to know about graduate life at WVU, including the enrollment process, research opportunities and more. Guests will be able to interact and ask questions throughout the presentation. Following the admissions overview, a current graduate student will introduce you to WVU life by providing details on our WVU history, student resources, campus facilities, traditions, off-campus housing options and more.
Travel to Morgantown
Located at the intersection of I-79 and I-68, Morgantown is 70 miles south of Pittsburgh, two and a half hours from Charleston, W.Va., and three and a half hours from Washington, D.C.
To make a tour reservation or inquire about other Visitors Center services, please call 304-293-3489 or 1-800-344-9881, Opt. 2.