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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,
  • The Rack @ Statler - 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."
  • Statler Career Closet - provides FREE professional clothing for career fairs, internships, interviews and capstone presentations. Located in ESB 137.
  • Student Health - walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are requested for some services.
  • Student Insurance Office - provides information about health insurance requirements.
  • Talkspace - Talkspace supplements the on-campus, in person mental health services provided by the Carruth Center for Counseling and Psychological Services. Talkspace is a digital mental health service that provides access to thousands of dedicated providers through a secure, HIPAA-compliant platform. Students can send unlimited confidential text, voice or video messages to their Talkspace therapist — anytime, anywhere – and can schedule two 30-minute live video sessions each month. These services include same-day, in-person emergency services Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., counseling sessions, after-hours assistance, a crisis text line and more. Students can call 304-293-4431 or visit for more information.
  • 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.
  • WVU Well-being - Well-being encompasses more than just the physical — it’s the mind, body and spirit — and it’s a shared responsibility of the health, wellness and well-being units and programs across the University. Resources and help are within reach for managing stress, sleep, nutrition, relationships, substance use, mental health, self-care and more. The new WVU well-being website makes it easy to find these resources and information quickly.

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 for additional assistance.