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Here’s where you’ll find the most recent updates and older announcements from WVU leaders.

Students, employees not required to take daily wellness survey Nov. 21-Jan. 18
November 19

Students, faculty and staff will not be required to take the COVID-19 daily wellness survey Saturday, Nov. 21 through Monday, Jan. 18.

Mountaineer Enews Story about daily wellness survey not required Nov. 21-Jan. 18

WVU details parking, transportation, additional information for spring semester
November 18

To help students, faculty and staff prepare for a safe return to campus in January, WVU is providing details on parking, transportation and more for the spring semester, which begins on Tuesday, Jan. 19.

WVU Today Story about parking and transportation for spring

Fall 2020 course withdrawal deadline extended to Dec. 4
November 18

Due to the increased number of COVID-19 cases within the state and on all WVU campuses, including Keyser and Beckley, all undergraduate instruction will move online Nov. 23-24.

Campus Announcement about extension of withdrawal deadline

WVU to shift undergraduate classes online ahead of holiday break, end of fall semester
November 17

Due to the increased number of COVID-19 cases within the state and on all WVU campuses, including Keyser and Beckley, all undergraduate instruction will move online Nov. 23-24.

WVU Today Story about shifting undergraduate classes online ahead of holiday break

Hugh Baby’s at Evansdale Crossing temporarily closed due to COVID-19 exposure
November 17

The Hugh Baby's location at Evansdale Crossing temporarily closed Tuesday (Nov. 17) after WVU was notified of a COVID-19 exposure at the storefront.

WVU Today Story about Hugh Baby's closure

Guidance for holiday gatherings and travel
November 17

As we approach the holiday season and many people begin to plan for celebrations and related travel, WVU reminds faculty, staff and students to stay vigilant in protecting themselves and others from the potential spread of COVID-19.

Mountaineer Enews Story about guidance for holiday gatherings and travel

Students, employees alerted to increased safety measures amid COVID-19 surge
November 13

New safety measures are being put in place today (Nov. 13) as WVU, like the state and nation, experience an increase in COVID-19 cases. Gov. Jim Justice announced several executive orders which go into effect at midnight, including one that will require a mask/face covering be worn indoors in all public buildings at all times (even when physical distancing is possible).

Mountaineer Enews Story about increased safety measures amid COVID-19 surge

Waldo’s Chicken at Evansdale Crossing temporarily closed due to COVID-19 exposure
November 12

The Waldo’s Chicken location at Evansdale Crossing temporarily closed today (Nov. 12) after WVU was notified of a COVID-19 exposure at the storefront.

WVU Today Story about temporary closure of Waldo's Chicken

WVU urges students, employees to be vigilant and follow COVID-19 safety guidelines amid increase in positive test results
November 10

Like many places across the state and nation, WVU is seeing an increase in positive COVID-19 test results.

Mountaineer Enews Story about increase in positive test results

WVU to shift COVID-19 testing, reporting schedule during holidays
October 27

WVU is providing details on its upcoming COVID-19 testing schedule as the end of the fall semester and the holidays approach.

WVU Today Story about "COVID-19 testing schedule for end of the semester"