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Undergraduate courses will move online through Sept. 25. The Return to Campus website has updates about WVU's fall plans. Visit coronavirus.wvu.edu and CDC.gov for health resources related to the global pandemic.

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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From Housing and Residence Life

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Refresh Student Activities Series

Carve out some 'you time.' Take a break, relax, try something new and connect with other Mountaineers.

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COVID-19 Resources

Find out what you need to know about WVU housing this semester, including places to get assistance and what to do if someone tests positive.

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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.

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Residence Halls

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

Residence Halls
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Living-Learning Communities

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

Living-Learning Communities
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University Apartments

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

University Apartments

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