West Virginia University Centers:
The WVU Career Services Center is a University-wide student resource serving undergraduate and graduate students as well as alumni.We offer a wide range of career and professional development services including self-assessments, one-on-one career counseling, resume writing assistance, mock interviews, career fairs, and other specialized programs and events.
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The Office of International Student Life and Global Services is a unit within Student Life and One Global WVU. We recruit international students; provide support and guidance to international students from campus life to immigration and visa issues; organize campus-wide international programs; and work with our international alums. We are located in Elizabeth Moore Hall on the downtown campus.
WVU offers four centrally located on-campus apartment complexes for upper class students. Vandalia Apartments which is located on the downtown campus near the College of Business and Economics and the Life Sciences Building and University Place located just steps from campus in Sunnyside and College Park Apartments at the top of Willey Street. University Park is West Virginia University’s newest apartment complex.
The WVU campus mix of historic and modern facilities includes 189 buildings on 1,099 acres. Ten main campus buildings are located on the National Register of Historic Places, and WVU operates eight experimental farms and four forests throughout the state, in addition to WVU Jacksons Mill State 4-H Camp and Lifelong Learning Center near Weston.
WVU is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Many WVU programs hold specialized accreditation.
It was a very welcoming community and learning space. Everyone supported one another in their endeavors and there were many opportunities to excel. The teaching and experiences were great.
I have been studying at the university of West Virginia for about three and a half years. I started with learning English for a year before I started the university as coming from a country which official language is not English. Back home all the academic level of education are taught in Portuguese. So, adapting to a new system in a different language was little bit...
The advisors barely know whats best for you i constantly have to search what i should do next what classes will work for me and which ones will not. They dont inform the international students about many things such as what will happen if you dont take classes for one semester that your visa status changes. They promote the fast track program for the BSW program but they...