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Residence halls will close Wednesday, November 25 at noon for fall/winter break for all students who have not registered for emergency break housing. Students who have a critical need to remain on campus during the fall/winter break period may request emergency break housing.
As a Resident Assistant (RA), you’ll climb even higher, as one of the most important student leaders on campus. Register for an information session and learn how to apply for the 2021-22 Academic Year.
Admitted to WVU for Spring and/or Fall 2021? Want to return to a residence hall in Spring 2021? The 2021 housing application opened in early October. Once you're admitted and paid your academic deposit - you can reserve your space.
Whether you're a first-time freshman or a graduate student, we have housing options for you. Browse our available housing options below.
Morgantown has housing available in three areas: Evansdale, Downtown and Sunnyside.
Evansdale is located on the northwest side of Morgantown and is a short distance from Downtown.
Located in the heart of historic Morgantown, downtown housing is a short distance from the Wise Library, Woodburn Hall and the Mountainlair.
The Sunnyside neighborhood offers housing, campus dining, retail shopping and restaurants, and is just steps away from downtown.
If you are looking for a place to host a conference or event in the Morgantown area, then you have come to the right place.