Welcome to Your FutureIn the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, the future is yours to create through hands-on and real-world opportunities.
New Student Orientation
Here's everything you need to know for your first year in the Statler College.
Welcome to NSO with Dr. Robin Hensel
We are excited to have you at New Student Orientation today! Statler College Assistant Dean Robin Hensel talks about the process of coming to WVU in the Fundamentals of Engineering Program and what you will need to move into your major.
All about the Fundamentals of Engineering Program
Learn about the exciting and unique aspects of the Fundamentals of Engineering program.
Here you will find information on the three different engineering tracks. Statler College Recruiter Taylor Bryner is excited to share this information with you!
Math Placement and Your Progression in the Statler College
Learn how we place you into the math class that’s right for you.
Academic Resources and Partnerships
Learn more about some of the partnerships the Statler College has implemented to help you succeed!
Academic Advising - How does it work?
Information can be overwhelming. Listen in on how an academic adviser can help!
WVU’s Elective System and Earning a Minor
Elective credits work differently for every college. This video helps Statler College students learn how to most efficiently navigate the General Education Foundations.
How does AP and Dual Enrollment credit work?
Learn how to send your scores to WVU, how we apply them to your transcript and how they might impact your fall class schedule.
DegreeWorks and Other Advising Tools
Before you meet with an academic adviser, let’s go over some of the tools you may hear about in your appointment.
Questions? Contact us! Please email Statler-FEP@mail.wvu.edu.
Statler College Webinars
Sign up for one of our webinars about Math Placement options for Statler College students.
Meet Our Current Students
Get the scoop on student life, directly from our students.
Molly is a 2020 graduate from the biomedical engineering program from Bridgeport, West Virginia. Learn all about her experiences with student organizations, research and study abroad.
Robert is a junior industrial engineering student from Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Today he’ll talk about getting involved, life in Morgantown and his experience figuring out which engineering major was best for him.
Teresa is a 2020 graduate from the computer science program from Hurricane, West Virginia. Learn more about how she transitioned to WVU as a first-generation college student, joined our robotics team and participated in student government and greek life.
Torey is a junior petroleum and natural gas engineering student from Atlanta, Georgia. Learn more about his experiences with diversity of his major, and the opportunities it has given him so far.
Where You'll Learn, Discover and Grow
Tour of WVU Statler Labs
Take a quick look at just some of our labs and facilities that you will get to be part of when you join the WVU Statler College.
Advanced Engineering Research Building
The research laboratories and clean room in the Advanced Engineering Research Building fuel high-tech learning and discovery. The building also has classrooms, offices and a learning center – plus a great view of Evansdale.
The Advanced Engineering Research Building features 63,000 square feet of flexible and environmentally safe laboratory and research space.
Engineering Learning Center
The Engineering Learning Center is a convenient, central location for students to work on projects and meet with advisers.
Engineering Sciences Building
Five departments within the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources are located in the Engineering Sciences Building – Chemical, Civil and Environmental, Electrical and Computer, Industrial, and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. A $12-million, four-story addition to the back of Engineering Sciences houses a learning center for engineering students and state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities.
G85 Manufacturing Lab
The G85 Manufacturing Processes Lab is part of the Innovation Hub that’s under construction in the Engineering Sciences Building. The Innovation Hub’s fabrication areas will support classes, student projects, research and entrepreneurship.
In this hands-on laboratory, engineering students design experiments with components and measurement equipment used in the design of mechatronics products.