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What You Need to Know

There's a lot to cover. Use these topic and location guides to find the information you need.

Information by Topic

Last updated Feb. 24.

Absolute Must-Knows

We've shared tons of information to help you prepare. These are the top things you absolutely need to know.

Absolute Must-Knows

Academics

Commencement, Maymester, summer camps, course delivery, academic calendar, attendance policy, classroom safety, academic support and instruction and faculty resources and support. Updated on Feb. 18.

Academics

Communication

Campus communication, WVU Incident Command System and COVID-19 monitoring. Updated on Aug. 11.

Communication

Cost and Aid

Emergency grants, student employment, tuition and fees, room and board, billing, financial aid and student accounts. Updated on Feb. 4.

Cost and Aid

Employees

On-campus work, remote work, family resources and workplace accommodations and modifications. Updated on Jan. 27.

Employee Expectations

Housing

Spring residence hall return/move-in, visitation policies, safety policies, housing and residence life, and cleaning protocols and recommendations. Updated on Dec. 17.

Housing

Policies

Student and employee policies, how to report violations. Updated on Jan. 11.

Policies

Public Health

Physical distancing, face coverings (and medical exemptions), personal hygiene, self-monitoring, reporting illness, contact tracing, when to self-quarantine, daily wellness survey, education module. Updated on Feb. 15.

Public Health and Safety

Student Life

Student orgs, club sports, Rec Center, student activities and programs, tutoring and where you can find help. Updated on Feb. 18.

Student Life

Testing: Students Updated

Student COVID-19 testing information, including mandatory and optional testing, how to get tested, types of tests used, getting results and what to do after testing. Updated on Feb. 24.

Student Testing

Testing: Employees Updated

Faculty and staff COVID-19 testing information, including mandatory and optional testing, types of tests used, how to get results and what to do after testing. Updated on Feb. 24.

Employee Testing

Transportation

Parking, bus routes and procedures, fleet vehicles, rideshare pickup locations, biking and alternative transportation options. Updated on Nov. 18.

Transportation

Travel

Travel risks, University and WVU Medicine travel guidelines, study abroad, Adventure WV. Updated on Feb. 15.

Travel

Vaccine Information

COVID-19 vaccines, phased distribution plan, eligibility, registration, common questions. Updated on Feb. 10.

Vaccine Information

Visitors

Campus tours, guidance for residence halls, University Apartments, parents/families, online students, prospective students and essential campus visitors. Updated on Feb. 18.

Visitors

Who to Contact

COVID-19 related concerns, how to report violations of health and safety policies, contacts for financial aid, student accounts, counseling and mental health services. Updated on Jan. 27.

Who to Contact

Location-Based Information

Last updated Jan. 20.

Health Sciences

Town hall video, daily wellness survey, Morgantown building access, academic tech support for students and links to school-specific info. Updated on Dec. 10.

Health Sciences Information

WVU Beckley

Testing, travel guidelines, health and safety measures, student activities and campus meeting videos. Updated on Jan. 20.

WVU Beckley Information

WVU Keyser

Move-in, packing tips, testing and campus meeting video. Updated on Aug. 12.

WVU Keyser Information

Stop the Spread

Personal accountability is the key to our safe return to campus. Do your part to keep everyone safe.

Do Your Part

Ask a Question

We’ll be adding information on different topics throughout the fall, so check this site frequently for updates. If you can’t find the info you need, submit a question or email returntocampus@mail.wvu.edu.

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