Our WVU campuses are filled with opportunities for students to explore their passions and build lifelong connections. From student organizations to extracurricular activities and on-campus networks, there is something for everyone.

The WVU well-being website provides a variety of community resources for students to feel connected, engaged and safe.

For those interested in getting involved in activities through service-learning courses, projects and volunteering, the Center for Community Engagement offers opportunities on all campuses through the iServe platform.

The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion offers events and other opportunities for students, faculty and staff to become involved in campus-wide initiatives to ensure WVU is a welcoming and inclusive community for all.

The First-Generation Network provides a space for first-generation students, alumni, faculty and staff to come together and learn more about navigating the college experience through initiatives, annual events and programming.

These are just a few of the many resources available on our campuses for students to get involved and build community. Explore the well-being website and find your path to health, wellness and well-being at WVU.