Academic Resource Center
The Academic Resource Center offers academic support for WVU students. Tutoring is available in several different subjects and locations.
Betty Boyd Loans
The Betty Boyd Loan was established in memory of former Dean Betty Boyd to help students facing a financial crisis. The loan is available in an amount not to exceed $300.00.
Students needing assistance can contact Campus and Community Life at 304-293-5611. Students need to complete an application and make an agreement for repayment of the loan.
The CARE (Collaboration, Assessment, Response, Engagement) Team addresses and helps at-risk students obtain the needed supports and assistance to be successful at WVU.
Anyone can report concerning, disruptive, alarming, or threatening behaviors to the CARE Team. Please include all pertinent information pertaining to the student’s behavior of concern, including any documentation that may be relevant.
Make a CARE Referral
Career Services Center
The WVU Career Services Center helps undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni. They offer resume writing assistance, self-assessments, career counseling, mock interviews, career fairs, and more.
The LGBTQ+ Center provides programming and academic resources for WVU students, faculty, staff, and community members. The LGBTQ+ Center offers a warm, comfortable atmosphere for organizing, socializing, teaching, and learning and welcomes all students, staff, faculty, and community members. The LGBTQ+ Center has campus resources and community resources.
The Rack provides non-perishable and perishable food items to all WVU students in need of assistance. Visit The Rack at the Student Organizations Services office.
Student Advocacy Center
The Student Advocacy Center assists students with non-academic questions and concerns and to make the proper referrals when necessary. Cut through red tape by finding answers concerning campus policies and procedures. The Student HelpLine number is 304-293-5555.
Student Family Resources
Student Family Resources (SFR) provides high quality services and programs for students who are parents. SFR provides a support system for WVU’s student parents to pursue and complete their studies at West Virginia University.
Student Legal Services
Student Legal Services at West Virginia University provides advice, counseling, education, and representation to students to assist them in resolving legal issues.
Student Support Services
The Student Support Services (SSS)/TRIO program provides individualized services to students who are either first-generation, income eligible, or have a learning or physical disability.
WVU Center for Veteran, Military, and Family Programs
WVU Student Veterans can receive information and support through the WVU Center for Veteran, Military, and Family Programs. For more information, please contact Jerry Wood of the WVU Center for Veteran, Military and Family Programs at 304-293-8825.