Here’s where you’ll find the most recent updates on fall preparations.
Corey Farris, dean of students, provides move-in information for residence halls and University Apartments, as well as an overview of student activities and programming for fall.
Dean Farris' Letter
Rob Alsop, vice president for strategic initiatives, provides an overview of operational changes for fall, including new cleaning, dining, transportation and building protocols.
Vice President Alsop's Letter
Provost Reed outlines academic details for fall, including the academic calendar, class scheduling, classroom safety measures and teaching modalities.
Provost Reed's Letter
Students will return to West Virginia University’s three campuses to begin fall classes on Wednesday, Aug. 19, and will remain on campus, with no fall break, through Nov. 24.
In his letter to the WVU community, President Gee stresses personal accountability as the key to a safe return to campus.
President Gee's Letter