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What You Need to Know: Health Sciences

At the Morgantown Health Sciences Campus, we're committed to continuing education, research, service and patient care in the safest way possible. Read Dr. Clay Marsh's blog for more insight.


Health Sciences Campus Information

Information specific to each of the Health Sciences Schools can be found below:

Technical Support

Health Sciences students having technical computer issues can call or email the HSC Help Desk at 304-293-3631, option 1, or For course-specific questions, students should first contact their instructor.


Health Sciences Campus Access

To try and minimize the potential spread of COVID-19, Health Sciences leadership is Employees who are working from home should notify their supervisor if they plan to be on the Health Sciences campus. Students who are not scheduled for classes or clinical work should notify their Student Affairs office if they plan to be on the Health Sciences campus.


WVU Medicine Travel Guidelines

Due to the nature of their work, WVU clinical faculty, residents and fellows will follow WVU Medicine guidelines on travel:

  • For domestic travel: An employee who visited a domestic location and who is asymptomatic can return to work with no restrictions. The employee will be required to wear a face mask and self-monitor for symptoms.
  • For international travel/cruise ship travel: An employee who visited an international location or was on a cruise ship, prior to starting or returning to work, must:
    • Self-quarantine/self-monitor for 14 days (preferred option)
    • If 14 days is not feasible, they must self-quarantine/self-monitor for 5 days, then return to work with a face mask for the next 9 days.

Other faculty, staff and students should follow WVU Travel Guidelines.

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In May, WVU began reopening research labs with strict PPE requirements and physical distancing protocols. For the latest information about the return to research activity on campus, visit the Research Office COVID-19 Guidance website.



  • University travel overall will be very limited, but first priority will be given to externally funded research travel.
  • All faculty who travel outside of the state will be expected to observe travel guidelines established by the state, county and University.

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