We never could have made Mindful Mountaineers Month happen without the commitment of wonderful organizations and individuals at WVU. Thank you!
The vision of the WELLWVU Office of Wellness and Health Promotion is to lead the way to a culture that embraces health and wellbeing. Our mission is to foster the wellbeing of students to thrive and succeed academically, personally, and as citizens in their communities.
Whether you are an undergraduate, graduate, or professional student, full-time or part-time, we want to help you complete your education. Your time at WVU may be filled with transitions, self-exploration, and change. WELLWVU’s Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services (CCPPS) services and programs are designated to support you through these experiences, help you succeed in college, and guide you toward a more fulfilling life. We strive to provide these services in an atmosphere that is welcoming, comfortable, and multiculturally sensitive for all students, faculty, and staff.
Wellness Center of WVU Medicine
The Wellness Center of WVU Medicine provides programs and services across WVU to help employees improve their wellbeing. Employee wellness is the foundation for allowing us to achieve our mission of providing the highest quality healthcare, education and research.
WVU Center for Excellence in STEM Education
The WVU Center for Excellence in STEM Education's mission is to serve as a cross-college organizational structure that integrates, deepens, and extends the scope, nature, and ultimately, the impact of STEM education research. Dr. Michelle Withers’ work includes: assessment of the impact of curricular and pedagogical reforms on student learning, evaluating paradigms for effective pedagogical training on current and future faculty, the impact of novel uses of formative and summative assessments to improve student learning and the efficacy of interactive Scientific Teaching workshops on adoption of active, student-centered teaching approaches.
WVU Department of Counseling
The WVU Department of Counseling is here to guide and help THOSE WHO NEED HOPE. The Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling, and Counseling Psychology is dedicated to training counselors and psychologists who want to offer help and hope to aid in improving others' lives.
What is Get Fruved? Get Fruved is a USDA multistate research project happening at eight land-grant universities across the country designed to use an interactive, peer-led, social marketing environment intervention to aid college students in increasing healthy behaviors through improved dietary quality, increased physical activity, and improved stress management skills.
Central Place is a private 234 bed faith-based apartment complex adjacent to the Downtown Campus. The two bed/two bath apartments are open to all WVU students regardless of their faith traditions, background, and beliefs. Central Place is distinguished from other off-campus housing for WVU students due to the presence of Harless Center, Inc in the complex. Harless Center includes common areas, a commercial kitchen, chapel, meeting rooms, administrative offices, and a large multi-purpose room for gatherings and fellowship.
Mountaineer Catholic seeks to form lifelong disciples who have an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ and courageously witness to His saving Love.
Our URL: www.mountaineercatholic.com
Our Address: 1481 University Ave, Morgantown, WV 26505
Art Museum of WVU
The Art Museum provides a welcoming and stimulating educational environment for diverse audiences to experience the transformative power of visual art. By exploring the varied artistic traditions of different cultures, past and present, visitors gain a better understanding of themselves, their communities, and their world.
THE QUESTION, West Virginia University's on-line educational project, aims to promote respectful discussion about big questions and ideas. It is a place to think, learn, and ask more questions. Our goal is to spark interesting discussions around dinner tables, coffee shops, student unions, college dorms, classrooms, and beyond.
WVU Center for Service and Learning
The WVU Center for Service and Learning (CSL) commits to building a campus and community that encourages meaningful service connected to academic success, integrity and growth in civic responsibility. One of the ways the exchange of knowledge and opportunity is emphasized is through the deliberate and intentional use of academic and co-curricular community engagement. The value of community engagement spans across all divisions of higher education from student life to academic affairs.
WVU Dining Services
The WVU Dining Services knows that good mental health and good physical health are linked. Through our Healthy “U” Program, WVU Dining offers students healthy dining options in our Residence Dining locations, information on important health issues like ‘The Freshman 15’ and ‘Fad Diets,’ and access to our on-staff dietitian. Mindful, intentional care of the body is a personal practice that anyone can undertake as a tool to increase mental health.
Twitter & Instagram: @WVUDining
WVU Campus Recreation
The WVU Recreation Center is a $34-million, 177,000 square foot facility offers equipment rental and programs to help engage students in various recreational opportunities and enhance retention. Programs include group fitness, personal training, aquatics activities, intramurals, and club sports. Additionally, we provide special events that benefits student body, surrounding communities, and the state of West Virginia.
Cru is a community passionate about winning the hearts of others for Jesus Christ, building them in their faith, and sending them out into the world to do the same