Returning to Campus
The University is implementing a revised plan for WVU Morgantown. The new, phased return to campus delays the start of Morgantown classes to Aug. 26 and will move more classes to online or hybrid delivery.
Check this website frequently for updated information.What You Need to Know Read Letter
To provide as much information as we can — as quickly as possible — we’ll release details by topic every Tuesday, followed by a Return to Campus Conversation on Thursday at 10 a.m.
Fall Academic Calendar
|August 19||First Day of Classes for Beckley, Keyser and other exceptions|
|August 26||First Day of Classes for Morgantown|
|September 7||Labor Day Recess: University Closed|
|November 3||General Election Day: University Closed|
|November 24||Last Day of Face-to-Face Instruction|
|November 25-29||Fall Recess|
|November 30||First Day of Remote Instruction|
|December 4||Last Day of Classes|
|December 7-11||Final Exam Week (Remote)|
Return to Campus Conversations
Let’s talk. We’re holding webinars to discuss plans and connect you with WVU leaders who can answer your questions.
Aug. 6, 10 a.m.
This live session will include updates on academics and move-in, as well as a Q&A.
- Rob Alsop, Vice President for Strategic Initiatives
- Jeff Coben, MD, Dean of the School of Public Health
- Corey Farris, Dean of Students
- Maryanne Reed, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Do Your Part
We’re all in this together. Our safe return to campus relies on everyone taking responsibility.
Maintain Good Personal Hygiene
The safety of our community depends on our commitment to simple day-to-day hygiene measures, like physical distancing and frequent hand-washing.More About Personal Hygiene
Clean and disinfect frequently-touched surfaces, such as tables, door knobs, desks and light switches.More About Surface Cleaning
Wear a Mask
When you’re on campus, you’re required to wear a mask in public spaces. Wear your mask to protect others, and they’ll wear their mask to protect you.More About Masks
Self-Monitor for Symptoms
Know the symptoms of coronavirus — and stay home if you’re experiencing any of them.More About Self-Monitoring
Wearing a mask or face covering will be a requirement on campus this fall. This unique initiative is an opportunity not only to share your "WHY" for wearing masks in order to help protect others, but also to encourage our community to do the same.