Beginning today (Oct. 21) and through the remainder of the fall semester, individuals in indoor spaces, regardless of vaccination status, will be required to wear masks in all classrooms, labs or any WVU System facility or building being used as a classroom. Masks are no longer required – but are strongly encouraged - in other indoor spaces on campus, especially for those who are not vaccinated.
A champion video game player under the direction of an esports coach of the year is competing for West Virginia University months ahead of the full launch of a new esports minor and Mountaineer esports team.
Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Meshea L. Poore is expanding her weekly series of short videos that explore topics centered on helping members of the WVU community live, learn and work together with care and respect for each other.
With one week remaining in the 2021 WVU United Way campaign, our campus community has come together to raise a total of $125,000 to this point. However, we still need your help as we continue in our effort to assist our local community.
West Virginia University has chosen a leader with 27 years’ experience, not only in her chosen field of public safety, but also on its Morgantown campus to lead the University Police. Sherry St. Clair, WVU’s first female chief, begins her new leadership role this week.
Neil Bolyard, a long-time innovative, student-centered leader who served West Virginia University for more than three decades, died Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 89. A Fellowsville native, Bolyard began his tenure at the University as the coordinator of scholarships and veteran affairs, and in 1969, he was named the director of financial aid, a position he served in until his retirement in 1997.