WVU reinforces seriousness of following COVID-19 health and safety guidelines

WVU is aware of recent off-campus parties that some of our students hosted and attended and the office of Student Conduct is already reviewing the reports from this weekend. To be clear - the University will not tolerate behaviors that violate local and state public safety orders or WVU’s own health and safety guidelines putting our campus community and the greater Morgantown community at risk.

WVU will not hold in-person classes this semester, campus shuts down with all work remote

West Virginia University and its divisional campuses in Keyser and Beckley will extend alternative delivery of classes through the rest of the semester in response to the continued threat of the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Additionally, all employees – except for those needed to keep online operations running and a select few others – must work from home, and residence halls will remain shuttered.

WVU shares lessons learned, expands ‘Would You?’ campaign with free educational toolkit to end hazing, increase bystander awareness

West Virginia University's "Would You?" safety campaign is expanding with a free toolkit which includes graphic templates, access to the documentary “Breathe, Nolan, Breathe,” as well as discussion strategies to facilitate honest, open dialogue about hazing, bystander intervention and amnesty laws. Ultimately, the hope is that the lessons learned on the WVU campus can be used by colleges, universities, and high schools nationwide to save lives.