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WVU has announced plans for on-campus classes this fall, with base tuition and fees unchanged. Visit the Return to Campus website for the latest.

Why Live at WVU?

Campus living improves your academic engagement and provides a safe living environment, as well as the full Mountaineer experience. Learn how living at WVU will enrich your college life.

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No Access Policy in Force

WVU Residence Halls are closed and operating under a no-access policy in response to COVID-19 pandemic. 

Details about No Access Policy

Residents may schedule a move-in time slot beginning Saturday, August 8 and continue through Saturday, August 15, with the exception of Sunday, August 9. Registration is now open.  

Important News

From Housing and Residence Life

Students on campus in summer

Summer School Housing

WVU's Oakland Hall is available for students attending summer school. Flexible dates to match your summer sessions. Dining plans are available, too. All conveniently billed to your student account.

Summer School Housing
Students on campus on the first day of classes fall 2018

Reserve Your Space

Admitted to WVU for Spring and/or Fall 2020? Want to return to a residence hall in Fall 2020? The 2020 housing application opened in early October. Once you're admitted and paid your academic deposit - you can reserve your space.  

Apply for Residence Hall Housing

Registration for move-in now open

Register for Move-In Time Slots

Registration is now open for Fall 2020 Move-in Time Slots. All residents MUST register in advance. 

Housing Options

Whether you're a first-time freshman or a graduate student, we have housing options for you. Browse our available housing options below.

residence halls

Residence Halls

Residence Halls, commonly known as dorms, are available to all WVU students at a variety of on-campus locations.

Residence Halls
living learning communities

Living-Learning Communities

These on-campus student communities are formed around a theme or specific field of study.

Living-Learning Communities
university apartments

University Apartments

University apartments are independent, apartment-style communities managed by WVU.

University Apartments


Morgantown has housing available in three areas, Evansdale, Downtown and Sunnyside.

Evansdale Campus


Click "Evansdale" to learn more about the housing options on Evansdale.

View Evansdale
Downtown Campus


Click "Downtown" to learn more about the housing options Downtown.

View Downtown
Sunnyside Campus


Click "Sunnyside" to learn more about the housing options Sunnyside.

View Sunnyside

Virtual Tour

Look inside our residence halls and apartments without making the trip to Morgantown.

Take a Virtual Tour

Conference and Event Scheduling

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.

Learn About Scheduling a Conference