From connecting with your Mountaineer community to decoding those room numbers—we have your Welcome Week roadmap and resources that you’ll want to keep bookmarked all year long.
Find your way.
Resources to track down your classroom. Maps to locate the closest cup of coffee. Bus service options for your first long weekend. We’ve got everything you need to navigate Morgantown.
Headed to the downtown library, grabbing a bite at The Maket or handing out on the Evansdale Crossing rooftop lounge? These maps will get you where you need to go on all three Morgantown campuses.
Don’t worry about getting lost. We’ve got a map to lead you to any room at the Health Sciences Center. Also, check out our Virtual Tour to see important areas of campus.
What does HSN-H and WDB-D mean? Find your classes with this handy building code guide.
The PRT is the best way to get around Morgantown. Currently, the PRT is closed.
Find out about services options to help you get around Morgantown.
Welcome to your new neighborhood.
Whether you’re interested in the arts, culture, food, music, nightlife or sports, Morgantown has something for everyone—plus, we’re only 90 minutes from Pittsburgh and four hours from Washington, D.C.
Bookmark-worthy online resources.
All of the “I wish I bookmarked that page” resources you need—from creating your class schedule to reserving study rooms.
View your degree plan, build your class schedule and access eCampus all through the WVU Portal.
Access the portal for online courses and resources at the Health Sciences Campus.
A safe, diverse and inclusive environment where students may seek support through counseling and psychiatric services and well-being resources.
You can check out a book, search through research databases and reserve study rooms here.
Compassionate, confidential wellness services dedicated to serving students on the Health Sciences Center campus.
Reserve a classroom or conference room
Reserve a room for your org. meeting or a study session.
Stay connected and safe with everything from our Live Safe app to WVU Alerts.
The Office of Acccessibility Services works individually with students to make accomodations for all your needs.
Figuring out what comes next after graduation can be intimidating. We're here to help.
Undergraduate Handbook & Policies
Students in the bachelor's degree program can find pertinent resources, contacts and policies in the handbook.