Campus Access

To try and minimize the potential spread of COVID-19, Health Sciences leadership is asking all faculty, staff and students to document their building access via the Building Access Log form. This process will take the place of our current building access approval processes within each Health Sciences school.

You may use this link to access the form, or for your convenience, Quick Response (QR) codes are located on all Health Sciences entry and exit doors. Simply scan the QR code with your cell phone, and you will automatically be directed to the building access form. The form contains only six questions and should take less than a few minutes to complete.

Also, all faculty, staff and students are strongly encouraged to wear a face covering while visiting any area of the Health Sciences campus.

Scheduling, procedure for students to retrieve belongings from residence halls

West Virginia University students may return to campus to collect their belongings from residence halls and to complete the check-out process beginning May 18 and continuing through June 6. 

The move-out process was developed with guidance from public health officials and medical professionals to limit contact and expedite the process. Increased cleaning of public spaces and high-touch items, including any available moving carts, will take place throughout the day. 

Residents must schedule a time for their move-out to prioritize the health and safety of our students and staff; however, if residents experience COVID-19 symptoms in the days before their scheduled time slot, they must notify reslife@mail.wvu.edu. 

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