What You Need to Know: Student Life
黑人与欧洲大肥女XX,老女老肥熟国产在线视频We’re planning ways for you to make new friends and memories while maintaining the health and safety of all.
Student Activities and Programs
黑人与欧洲大肥女XX,老女老肥熟国产在线视频Nothing is more important to the overall student experience than the opportunity to engage with your friends and fellow students outside the classroom. You'll still be able to do that in ways that maintain the health and safety of all.
- The Mountainlair will be open.
- The University is increasing the number of buses and implementing significant restrictions for physical distancing. We recommend allowing more travel time to and from your classes to accommodate this.
- Activities centered around Welcome Week, including FoodFest and FallFest, have not been decided.
- Events will be adapted to make them accessible to all, with an emphasis on providing options that don't require travel between downtown and Evansdale.
Opportunities for Student Organizations
- have been developed so that groups can meet while maintaining health and safety protocols.
- Student organizations will be expected to meet virtually. However, if the student organizational leadership determines that a meeting or event must be held in person, organizers and attendees must follow the guidelines.
- Group travel will not be allowed during the fall semester for any social function.
- Student organizations will be able to reserve space for events and activities; guidelines have not yet been finalized at this time. We anticipate groups can reserve space in early August. More information will be forthcoming.
- Due to the number of COVID-19 cases in the Morgantown area, club sports will be unable to travel during the fall semester. This will be revisited if circumstances change.
- International Programs: RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, is interested in connecting their student clubs with equivalent clubs at WVU for networking and other virtual opportunities.
How to Get Involved in Student Organizations
- The Student Government Association will hold their first two meetings virtually so you can connect with them from anywhere.
- Fraternities and sororities will recruit new members this fall. Follow @wvugreeklife on Twitter and Instagram for details about upperclass student recruitment in late August/early September.
- A virtual Student Organization Fair on Sept. 1 will allow you to learn more about each organization and schedule a meeting with their members for one-to-one interactions.
- In-person Mini Student Organization Fairs are being planned for fall.
- Weeks of Involvement: From Sept. 7 to Sept. 17, student organizations will host virtual interest sessions.
- Each evening, we will focus on specific categories, such as college-specific organizations, cultural and international, politics and advocacy, religious groups, sports and recreation, service and more.
- First-year students can participate in Adventure WV virtually to connect with other first-year students and learn more about them, yourself and WVU. Virtual trips will continue through Aug. 12. For more info and registration instructions, see .
- Adventure WV is planning a series of FREE in-person experiences to offer as soon as they are permitted by health and safety experts. You'll have a chance to explore the great outdoors and challenge yourself physically and mentally.
Student Recreation Center
WVU continues to work with local and state public health experts to determine how and when to reopen the Student Recreation Center safely. A reopening timeline has not yet been established.
If you're a member of the Honors College, you can expect a wide variety of events and activities – outside the classroom – throughout the fall semester.
- Activities will include photo booth selfies, programs on time and stress management, JackBox Zoom parties, crafts, Tough Talk and Tacos, movies, dinners, virtual trips and meeting with WVU President E. Gordon Gee and Provost Maryanne Reed.
- You'll connect with WVU alumni through a pen pal program and focus on skill development and get feedback from your peers.
Residence Hall Programming
黑人与欧洲大肥女XX,老女老肥熟国产在线视频Each month, programming in our residence halls will be based upon a specific theme:
- August: Community engagement and getting to know your roommate.
- September: Alcohol education, hazing prevention and sexual assault prevention
- October: Job-seeking skills, including mock interviews and major exploration
- November: Community service
- December: Exam preparation
- All WVU Libraries will be open by Aug. 10.
- The Health Sciences Library will reopen early on Aug. 3.
- The Law Library will open Aug. 10 for faculty and staff, and Aug. 15 for law students.
- Hours of operation may vary at each location; visit before visiting the Libraries.
Where You Can Find Help
- is a one-stop-shop to find the academic support you need.
- In-person and virtual drop-in and appointment-based services will be offered.
- Drop-in tutoring hours will be available on the website, along with login information.
- No appointments are needed for drop-in tutoring hours. Tutors will be on standby to help as needed.
- Tutoring appointments must be pre-scheduled. Sign-up instructions will be listed on the website.
- You can work virtually with to develop skills in note-taking, active learning strategies, time management and more. On-demand workshops to hone your academic skills also will be available online.
- Special workshops and other resources will be available at key times during the semester; watch the for details.
Online Learning Resources
Check for a collection of helpful links and .
Student Financial Services
- The is your complete source for assistance with all financial aspects of attending WVU, including student accounts and financial aid.
- The staff is available to help virtually through online requests and by phone Monday through Friday from 8:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
- Walk-in visits currently are not available to minimize the number of people in Evansdale Crossing.
- Online request and phone contact information can be found at .
- Use Morgan, the chatbot on the Mountaineer Hub website, to find general information and answers to frequently asked questions.
- Up-to-date account and financial aid information is available via the .
- If you have given parents/guests proxy access, they may view your account information through the .
- Taking good care of yourself is important. will offer programs on topics including stress management, alcohol and other drug prevention and sexual health.
- Programs will be delivered in a hybrid model, with some smaller, in-person outdoor events and some online events, including social media challenges and livestreaming.
- Watch for Wellbeing on Wheels around campus for free food, chances at raffle prizes, stress relievers and more.
Psychological and Psychiatric Services
Crisis Response Services
黑人与欧洲大肥女XX,老女老肥熟国产在线视频The Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services Crisis Clinic provides same day virtual (or in some cases) in-person visits for students experiencing a psychological emergency. A crisis counselor will meet with the student via Zoom or phone and determine the type of care that best meets their needs, such as a:
- Virtual same-day appointment with a clinician via Zoom
- Phone call
- Same-day, in-person appointment in a physically distanced clinical room where both the student and the clinician will wear masks
- Scheduled triage appointment to be completed via Zoom on a different day for non-emergency services
Crisis Text Line
- is a free, confidential, 24/7 service offered to WVU. Students can text WVU to 741741 to access support.
- The Crisis Counselor will invite you to share what is happening via text and offer support and suggestions.
- The Crisis Text Line is not a replacement for regular mental health services; it's a tool if you need some support and aren't sure what to do.
Counseling and Psychiatry Services
- Short-term counseling is available for students via Zoom. Students will have the opportunity to schedule appointments with specialty telehealth training.
- Students who are interested in longer term counseling can talk with a care manager by phone or over Zoom to help identify counseling resources in the community that can best meet their needs.
- The , called My SSP, helps students address day-to-day challenges before they become bigger issues. All services are 100% confidential and free of cost to out-of-state and online students.
Groups, Workshops and Events
- Most support groups and workshops will be offered virtually.
- Workshops: Stress Management/Self-Care, Anxiety 101, Manage Your Mood, Relationship 101 and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
- Support groups will be offered for first-year, undergraduate, graduate international and BIPOC students.
- Events will be both virtual and in-person, physically distanced outdoors.
- Visit the for updated information throughout the semester.
Collegiate Recovery Program
- Students in recovery are supported through activities that center around health, wellness, community, adventure, service and fun – all with the goal of promoting a healthy, balanced and meaningful life on campus.
- Daily activities are offered at and online, including meditation, book study, journaling and peer support groups.
- Fall special events and gatherings are planned, including Sober Tailgates and an outdoor movie night.
Education and Communication
COVID-19 Education Module
- All students and employees are required to complete an online education module.
- The module will be available Aug. 4.
- The education module will provide specific COVID-19 information and elaborate on policies, procedures and processes the University is using to promote safety and wellness in this new environment.
- For students, failure to complete the module will result in a $250 fee being added to student accounts.
- Employees will face disciplinary actions if the course is not completed by Aug. 19.
Signage and Communication
- Moving around our campuses this fall will be different. To help you follow the established protocols, the University will post relevant health and safety information on signs across our campuses.
- Throughout the year, watch for a variety of messaging, as well as additional campus conversations, that reinforce key safety guidelines.
Health and Safety Measures
- All students and employees returning to campus must be tested (at no charge) for COVID-19 at a WVU testing site.
- Registration is required. Registration emails began going out to Morgantown students on Monday, July 20. Beckley and Keyser students will receive registration emails on Monday, Aug. 3.
- Failure to take the COVID-19 test by Aug. 22 will result in a $250 fee being added to your student account and you will not be permitted to attend classes on campus. You will also be referred to the Office of Student Conduct for follow-up.
- For the full schedule, what to expect and how to get your results, see What You Need to Know: Testing.
Masks, Cleaning and Distancing
Students are expected to follow WVU’s guidelines as well as ordinances established by the and Monongalia County, including mask-wearing, appropriate physical distancing, keeping your hands and environment clean and limiting the number of people at gatherings.
- Wear a face mask or covering.
- Everyone will be expected to do so; there are consequences up to and including suspension and/or expulsion from the University non-compliance.
- Masks must be worn by everyone on campus beginning with move-in and continuing throughout the fall and spring semesters.
- Clean your hands – and your environment.
- Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and warm water or after touching public surfaces.
- The University will maintain a rigorous protocol for cleaning and sanitizing high-touch and high-traffic public areas.
- Maintain physical distance of at least 6 feet whenever possible.
- Wearing a mask does not eliminate the need for physical distancing.
Complete information about safety measures, quarantine/isolation, monitoring your health and more is available on What You Need to Know: Public Health and Safety.
Consequences for not complying with the Student Code of Conduct for Personal Protective Equipment or any other COVID-19 related guidelines include one or more of the following: written warning, removal from class, probation, suspension and/or expulsion from the University.
Stop the Spread
Personal accountability is the key to our safe return to campus. Do your part to keep everyone safe.Do Your Part
Return to Campus Conversations
You’re welcome to join live discussions on Thursdays at 10 a.m. — or watch recordings of previous conversations whenever it’s convenient.Schedule