If you are a WVU student who frequently uses at least one of the many services offered by WVU Libraries, then you may be a good fit for the Libraries Student Advisory Group.
Learn about our wide variety of open workshops
designed to assist you in
skills. These workshops are free and open to
registered WVU students,
Check out the library's guide for using our new discovery tool to search the majority of our collections.
View the virtual exhibit surveying the history and diversity of traditional medical symbols, and learn to submit your art for the exhibit.
|Downtown Campus Library||8am – 9pm|
|Eliza's Coffee Shop||–|
|Poster Printing||9am – 5am|
|Evansdale Library||8am – 9pm|
|Poster Printing||8am – 5pm|
|George R. Farmer Jr. Law Library||8am – 4pm|
|Health Sciences Library||7:30am – 9pm|
|Health Sciences Library (Charleston)||–|
|Potomac State College Library||8am – 4:30pm|
|The Writing Center||–|
|Active Learning Center||8am – 4:30pm|
|Institute of Technology, Beckley Campus||8am – 4:30pm|
|West Virginia & Regional History Center||9:30am – 4:30pm|
Participating libraries gain access to new MIT Press titles—around 90 titles per year—as well as its eligible backlist of approximately 2,300 books.
The Teaching and Learning Committee has selected Samantha N. Franzese, Jude Platz and Elizabeth Rockwell as 2022 Robert F. Munn Undergraduate Library Scholars.
WVU Libraries unveiled a portrait of Monroe, Professor Emerita of Library Science, the first painting to be commissioned as part of the Inclusive Portrait Project, in the Downtown Library’s Robinson Reading Room.