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COVID-19 VACCINES

COVID-19 Vaccines are now available to all WVU employees and students who are 18 or older.

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Spring 2021

Check out the latest topics on our campus this spring.

A man receives the Moderna vaccine at the WVU Student Rec Center.

COVID-19 Vaccinations

All WVU students and employees based in Morgantown who completed a WVU questionnaire expressing interest in receiving a vaccine will receive an email to register and schedule their appointment.

COVID-19 Vaccinations
A healthcare professional administering a COVID-19 test to someone in a car

Community Testing

In conjunction with WVU and the West Virginia National Guard, the Monongalia County Health Department will hold free COVID-19 testing at the WVU Student Rec Center.

Community Testing
A medical professional prepares to swab a students nose for COVID-19 testing

Employee/Student Testing

WVU will provide a free test to all students, faculty and staff who are returning to WVU campuses and provide for continued testing throughout the year.

Student/Employee Testing
The Capitol Dome in Charleston, WV

Under the Dome

Under the Dome provides a review of the issues and funding being considered by state and federal government, including the West Virginia Legislature and the U.S. Congress.

Under the Dome

News & Events

Signs for the Country Roads and Mountaineer bus loops

Spring WVU Bus Routes

The Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system will remain out of service for the spring semester. However, WVU will be operating additional buses to transport students and employees between the Downtown, Evansdale and Health Sciences areas of campus. Buses will operate from Monday, Jan. 18 to Friday, May 7.

Spring Bus Routes
Two students walk across the bridge near the Business and Economics building on the downtown campus.

Return to On-Campus Work Playbook

This playbook aligns with current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines as well as guidance from local, state and federal public health agencies.

On-Campus Work Playbook