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Student Resources

Students should navigate to the WVU Online Students Page for additional resources and support throughout the transition to remote learning for the Summer Term.

Are you taking a Summer Term course at WVU?

Student resources may be available to assist you with your daily commute, research, studying, tutoring, health and accessibility services. Whether you're staying on campus, studying abroad, or taking online classes from home, there may be resources to available to assist you with your studies. Be sure to check out our WVU Student Resources today!

As a West Virginia University Summer Term student, your WVU ID card grants you access to campus computer labs and learning centers, as well as:

Student climbing wall at Rec Center

WVU Student REC Center

The Student Rec Center boasts 17,000 square feet of weight and fitness equipment including treadmills, ellipticals, stair steppers, bikes, selectorized weight equipment, plate loaded equipment and free weights.

Inside the WVU Rec Center
WVU downtown campus library.

WVU Libraries

The WVU Libraries encompasses seven libraries: the Downtown Campus Library, Evansdale Library, Health Sciences Library (Morgantown), Law Library, Health Sciences Library (Charleston), Mary F. Shipper Library at Potomac State College, Beckley Library at WVU Institute of Technology, and West Virginia and Regional History Center.

Find Out About WVU Libraries
WVU Medicine

WVU Student Health

WVU Medicine is committed to providing top quality healthcare for students throughout their education at West Virginia University.

Discover WVU Student Health
Student in front of the PRT station.

PRT and Mountain Line bus system

Providing on-campus parking, fleet maintenance for University vehicles, shuttle and bus services for all WVU students, faculty, staff and guests, and operations for the world famous PRT system.

Read More About Transportation
WVU Accessibility office in Suncrest.

Accessibility Services

The staff at the Office of Accessibility Services (OAS) is dedicated to enhancing the educational opportunities for students with temporary or permanent disabilities at West Virginia University and all of its campuses.

Learn More About Accessibility


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