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Campus living improves your academic engagement and provides a safe living environment, as well as the full Mountaineer experience. 

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Stay up to date with Housing and Residence Life. 

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Reserve Your Space

Admitted to WVU for Spring or Fall 2024? Now is the time to complete the housing application, if you have been admitted to WVU and paid your academic deposit. 

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Summer Housing

The Summer 2024 housing application is open.  

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Spring Break Housing

Spring BREAK housing

Students may request break housing during the spring recess. To register click the link below; the deadline to apply is March 1.                                                   Spring Break Housing

 

Housing Options

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

Residence Halls  Living Learning Communities University Apartments 

Future Residents

Why live at WVU? Which residence hall is right for you?

Virtual Tour

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

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Choose A neighborhood

Morgantown has housing available in three areas: Evansdale, Downtown and Sunnyside. Where will your classes be?

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Live in An LLC

Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are on-campus student communities formed around a theme or specific field of study.

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5 reasons to live at WVU

Get the most out of your time in college by focusing on academics and personal development.

Why Live at WVU?

Conferences and Events

If you're looking for a place to host a conference or event in the Morgantown area, then you've come to the right place.

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