Campus Visit Events

Suspended

At this time, WVU has suspended all campus visitations through April 30, 2020. All registered visitors through the Visitors Center, including group tour and field trip groups, will be notified of their tour cancellation. Tours after April 30 are currently unaffected, but WVU will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as needed.

Both Visitors Centers are currently closed to the public.

Wellness Classes

Canceled

Due to the ongoing developments related to COVID-19, all Wellness Classes are canceled beginning Monday, March 16, until further notice. For more information, visit WVU Medicine Wellness

Decide WVU Events (March 28 and April 4)

Online Only

WVU will not hold in-person Decide WVU events on March 28 or April 4. The University will move both in-person events to one online-only event on Saturday, April 4. 

TEDxWVU (March 28)

Suspended

West Virginia University’s TEDxWVU event “Say it Loud” scheduled for March 28, has been indefinitely postponed due to the suspension of in-person classes and other events on the WVU campus. 

All ticketholders will automatically be refunded by the point of purchase for both the cost of the ticket and any associated fees. Questions regarding refunds should be directed to 304-293-SHOW (7469).

Information regarding a new date for this event will be released as soon as it is available. For updated information about TEDxWVU, visit https://tedxwvu.com/, or their Twitter (@TEDxWVU, #SayitLoud), Instagram (@tedxwvu) or Facebook (TEDxWVU). 

Van Liere Research Conference (April 2-3)

Canceled

The 55th Van Liere Research Conference, set for April 2-3, 2020, at WVU Health Sciences Center, has been canceled. 

For more information, visit the Van Liere Research Conference site. 

Junior Preview (April 13)

Canceled

Junior Preview Day on Monday, April 13, 2020, has been canceled. The event has not been rescheduled at this time, but future visit opportunities for the Class of 2021 will be communicated once campus tour operations resume.

Commencement (May 15-17)

Not Currently Affected

Nothing is more important to the University than the commencement ceremonies where we celebrate and honor our graduates. At this time, the University is planning to hold commencement.

However, the public health situation is evolving daily. If circumstances change to where it would be a public health risk to hold commencement, the University will communicate that change immediately.

We advise parents and students to monitor University communications, delay making travel purchases (if possible) and pursue travel insurance options.