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Additional Campus Resources

Making a Big School Feel Small

WVU offers a multitude of support systems to ensure students have a healthy and successful journey through college. Listed below are a few of those campus resources – for more information, please reach out to Rachel Meininger.

Carruth Center

The Carruth Center provides a variety of short-term counseling, psychological and outreach services. A full list of services and how to make an appointment can be found here.

Living Learning Communities

Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are on-campus student communities formed around a theme or specific field of study. A few examples: Create for the CAC; SEEED for Davis; Substance-Free and more. Find complete list here.

Eberly Writing Studio  

All WVU students have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a trained peer consultant on everything from note-taking and pre-writing to revision strategies, editing and effective presentation techniques. We do not, however, proofread. Instead, we help you become better writers, speakers and editors of your own work. Learn more about services and how to schedule here.

Career Services  

Students have a team of career development specialists who are ready to assist with resume reviews, practice interviews, job searching and more. Check out the full list of services! 

Morris L. Hayhurst LaunchLab

The WVU LaunchLab helps students develop and grow their own business ideas in entrepreneurship and innovation. Become a client today!  

Student Life and Organizations  

Each Friday and Saturday, WVU hosts Up All Night at the Mountainlair. WVU has more than 450 student organizations ranging from sports to cultural clubs to major-related groups, including Collegiate 4-H. Find a club to join!  

Explore Your Strengths with Purpose  

The WVU Purpose Center is helping students discover their strengths through the CliftonStrengths Assessment. Discovering who you are, your values and the strengths you lean on will guide you on your path of self-discovery. The Purpose Center is a space for students to explore and connect.  Explore your Strengths!

Campus Recreation  

Students have access to hundreds of activities ranging from club sports or personal training to group exercise classes and a variety of crafting options. The Student Recreation Center hosts many aquatics programs, including swim lessons, free swim and kayak rolling. Find your fit!

Adventure WV  

Being in the Mountain State provides a unique opportunity for students to explore nature and the beauty of West Virginia. Adventure WV offers a variety of activities, including zipline tours and aerial adventures; first-year trips; day and weekend guided trips as well as outdoor equipment rentals

Parents Club  

Free to join, the Mountaineer Parents Club is open to the family members of any current, past or future students. WVU believes that student success is better achieved when families are connected to the student experience.