Are all classes online?
No, but nearly 60% of WVU Morgantown classes will be delivered online when classes begin Aug. 26. The other courses will be offered face-to-face or in a hybrid mode, which includes a mix of in-person and online elements. Visit Understanding Your Course Schedule for more about different types of online courses.
While the majority of upper-division undergraduate courses have been transitioned to online or hybrid delivery, some hands-on courses, such as laboratory classes, clinical and studio classes, will still be offered face-to-face, as determined by individual academic programs in consultation with the Provost’s Office.
As the University deems appropriate, based on the local situation with COVID-19, we may invite additional students back to campus this fall at a later date when it is safer to do so. That date will depend on the COVID-19 trends within Monongalia County and West Virginia, and students will have ample notice prior to returning.