Welcome. The WVU Libraries are committed to providing support to the community of WVU student veterans as you pursue your academic programs of choice. We offer a broad range of services to all WVU students including Ask a Librarian, borrowing, copying and printing, eReserves and reserves, interlibrary loan, multimedia equipment, patents and trademarks, and room reservations.
Tutoring and Study Space
During the fall and spring semesters, designated space for Student Veteran tutoring and studying is available all hours the Downtown Campus and Evansdale Libraries are open. Veterans with a valid Mountaineer card may swipe and enter.
Student veterans and their tutors may use these rooms, which include comfortable chairs, stools, a whiteboard, and counter and table space. In addition, the room at the Downtown Campus Library has computer workstations as well.
This series introduces two of the WVUL libraries, three veteran students, and offers advice.
Take a short tour of two of our libraries:
Evansdale Library Tour
Downtown Campus Library Tour
Listen to current student veterans talk about their experiences:
Advice to Incoming Students
Interview with Ryan Badmaev
U.S. Army July, 2009-December, 2013
WVU Class of 2018-Business and Economics
Interview with Johnny Kocher
West Virginia Army National Guard, August 2011-Present
WVU Graduate Student and Residence Life Specialist
Interview with Augustine Kim
WVU Graduate Student, University Provost Fellow, Dept. of English
WVU Libraries is committed to the academic, professional and personal success of student veterans and their dependents. Check out our Resource Guide for Student Veterans where we have collected a lot of campus and community information that may be of help to you. Please get in touch using our email addresses (left side on the opening page of the guide) if we can be of assistance to you.
For more information about student veterans at WVU, please visit WVU Veterans.