In response to the COVID-19 pandemic persistence, the WVU Faculty and Staff Assistance Program is offering both confidential telehealth and urgent in-person appointments to all WVU benefits-eligible employees, dependents and retired employees.
Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Meshea L. Poore continues her weekly series of short videos, exploring topics centered on helping members of the WVU community live, learn and work together with care and respect for each other.
The Office of Accessibility Services wishes to stress the importance of accommodating students with disabilities.
During the Staff Council monthly meeting, the group agreed to release the following statement regarding its position on the issue of a WVU mandated vaccine which can be found on the Staff Council website.
Members of the West Virginia University Board of Governors indicated their support of the administration’s handling thus far of issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic after hearing an update on campus data and protocols from Vice President for Strategic Initiatives Rob Alsop during Friday’s (Sept. 17) meeting.
Through WVU FirstGen, an initiative housed in the Office of Student Success, WVU is doubling down on its commitment to support the more than 4,000 self-identified first-generation undergraduates on Morgantown’s campus. To scale up resources, programs and services, FirstGen has been selected to join the First Scholars Network, which includes more than 45 higher ed institutions nationwide.