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Budding performers and stage designers and technicians practice their craft in the Creative Arts Center’s five theatres of varied sizes and setups. Learn about the College of Creative Arts.

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From your college search to your graduation day, we’re here to help you forge your path to an amazing future. Browse degree programs.

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Live where your neighbors share your interests and values. Our Living-Learning Communities focus on a theme, like innovation and entrepreneurship, or bring together students from specific populations. Explore housing options.

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Explore the state, serve your community and make friends — all before your first day of class. Explore Adventure WV First-Year Trips.

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WVU's online graduate program in software engineering was ranked in the top 15 nationwide by U.S. News & World Report in its Best Online Program rankings. Learn about other ranked programs.

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Hold yourself to a higher standard and be part of a noble tradition. We offer both Army ROTC and Air Force ROTC, which will prepare you for an exciting career as a military officer – and help you pay for college.

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At December Commencement, WVU honored more than 2,800 graduates — the largest December graduating class in the University’s 150 years. Read about December Commencement

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With 64 hives that cover 170 acres of property, Matthew Byrd’s beekeeping operation is a serious enterprise that demonstrates what you can do when you mix your passion with WVU outreach and resources. Read Byrd’s story.

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Graduate student Stephanie Shumar‘s research lays the groundwork for potential new diabetes treatments. The National Institutes of Health awarded Shumar $88,000 to research an enzyme that regulates coenzyme A levels and glucose production in the liver.

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College of Creative Arts students annually perform more than 300 events — from WVU Symphony Orchestra concerts to mainstage plays and musicals — at venues across campus, Morgantown and the state. Explore Creative Arts degree programs.