West Virginia University provides helpful resources for our students to navigate through their academic career. Whether it's for mental well-being, online safety, financial aid, and many others, the University strives to provide support, in any manner to our community.
Community and Campus Resources
- Academic Resource Centers (ARC): Tutoring - provides FREE one-on-one tutoring for students across multiple campus locations and subjects. Drop-in and by appointment.
- ASPIRE Office - assists students in applying for nationally competitive scholarships and fellowships.
- Career Services Center - assists alumni and undergraduate & graduate students with career counseling and development. Students that are unsure of their major path can take the FOCUS2 assessment.
- Carruth Center - provides psychological and psychiatric services to all WVU students. Contacts for a life-threatening emergency can be found here.
- Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - promotes diversity and helps to ensure a safe and inclusive environment on campus. This office can assist with filing a Title IX complaint.
- Education Abroad - provides assistance to students looking to study abroad during their time at WVU. Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Started
- Financial Aid - Submit documents, learn about your aid offer, estimate your costs and aid, and more. Located in the WVU Hub on the 2nd floor of the Evansdale Crossing.
- International Students & Scholars Services - provides services to members of the international community participating in international experiences while a student at WVU. Sponsored students can find resources here.
- Information Technology Services (ITS) - provides computer support and links to technology across campus.
- LiveSafe App - allows for discrete or direct two-way communication with campus police.
- Mountaineer Card Services - replace a lost card or add Mountie Bounty.
- Office of Accessibility Services - helps students with disabilities achieve their academic goals. Students can request academic accommodations through this office.
- Office of Student Life - includes commuter student programs, off-campus housing, multicultural programs, student advocacy center, student legal services,
- Statler Career Closet - provides FREE professional clothing for career fairs, internships, interviews and capstone presentations. Located in ESB 137.
- Statler Student Pantry - provides FREE snacks and personal items to food insecure students - located in ESB 153. We are open Monday-Friday from 8:30a-4:30p. "Take what you need, need what you take."
- Student Health - walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are requested for some services.
- Student Insurance Office - provides information about health insurance requirements.
- WellWVU - is a one-stop-shop for physical health, mental health, and health promotion. Services are provided in the Health and Education Building on the Evansdale campus.
- WVU Alert - sends emergency and weather alerts to students' cell phones.
- WVU Center for Resilient Communities - is a learning laboratory, a field station, an experimental space and a makeshop for action research and community transformation.
- WVU Police Department - provides safety training services and emergency management plans in addition to crime prevention and patrol services. 304-293-COPS
- WVU Rack - is a food pantry for hungry or homeless students. It is located in the Mountainlair.
- WVU Student Family Resources - adheres to West Virginia University’s student-centered approach through the delivery of high-quality services and programs for students who are parents. SFR provides a support system that can reduce family conflict, stress and risk factors, allowing WVU’s student parents to pursue and complete their studies at West Virginia University.
If you are still searching for a resource, or you aren't sure if any of the above resources are what you need, please contact Statler-AdvisingCenter@mail.wvu.edu for additional assistance.