Latest WVU statement on student radio station issues

West Virginia University is committed to creating an educational and workplace environment where faculty, staff and students feel welcome, safe and free to express themselves. However, this commitment has been questioned through the concerns raised by students working at the student-run radio station, U92.

You know it's winter at WVU when...

Our shared experiences weave us into the gold-and-blue fabric that is WVU. This year we are celebrating the season by telling that story through a series of animated vignettes.

PRT winter break schedule begins Dec. 14

West Virginia University’s Personal Rapid Transit system will not be in operation during the winter break planned Dec. 14 - Jan. 3. The PRT will resume normal operations Jan. 4.

WVU to partner with Code.org to advance computer science in K-12

Continuing its commitment to excellence in science, technology, engineering and math education, the West Virginia University Center for Excellence in STEM Education announced today (Dec. 8) its selection as a regional partner of Code.org, a national network working to ensure that all students K-12 have the opportunity to learn computer science.