Welcome to On-Campus Housing
Halls CLOSE Saturday, May 3, 2014 at Noon!
(Or 24 hours after your last final, whichever comes first)
Students need to leave 24 hours after their last final. Anyone needing to remain after that period, must make arrangements with their hall director.
Last meal in Bears Den will be lunch on Friday, May 3
All Students’ Check-out procedures:
-Room must be cleaned: trash removed, furniture wiped down, floor swept., microfridges cleaned
-Complete room check out and forward addressing card with RA.
Failure to check-out properly will result in an improper check-out fee of $50.00
All students are encouraged to have registered for their fall classes and have
completed their housing applications if they plan to return for fall 2014 (Classes and hall spaces are filling up fast!)
Shuttles to the Charleston Airport and Bus Station
Wednesday April 30 – Leaves from Tech to Charleston
Thursday May 1 – Leaves from Tech to Charleston
Friday May 2 – Leaves from Tech to Charleston
Saturday May 3 – Leaves from Tech to Charleston
Email or call Michael Sheldon at Michael.Sheldon@mail.wvu.edu or 304-442-3500
Reservations must be made 24 hours before the van is set to leave.
If the student’s departure or arrival time is not within the times listed above, please let Michael Sheldon know one week prior to the date of arrival or departure and transport can be worked out.
Housing Applications for the 2014-15 academic year are available NOW!
Sign into MIX. Go to STAR, Student Services, Housing to fill out your applications.
Returning students who have filled out their application and paid the deposit will be able to select a room February 9, 2014.
New students will be able to select a room February 23, 2014
Who Is Required To Live In Campus Housing
All single first and second year students with fewer than 59 credit hours (including transfer credits) are required to live in University housing. The following exceptions apply with verification:
- Students who will be residing with parent(s) within the commuting distance of 50 miles of West Virginia University Institute of Technology.
- Married students
- Students with children
- Students 21 years of age or older
Nationwide, students that live on campus connect better to their college and make higher GPAs than those students that commute from home or live off campus. In addition to your GPA being higher students that choose to live on campus also have better more diverse social circles. Make the most of your time in college, and live in one of our wonderful Residence Halls.
If you qualify and wish to commute, the residence life office needs to know this. Please click on the Housing Contracts link at the left and follow the steps to apply for housing. You will be able to click on a commuter check box before you get to the actual application. That will be all that you need to do. Even as a commuting student, you are welcome to stop by the residence life office and we will help you, if we can.
Application For 2013-2014 Housing
To apply for Fall housing at WVU Tech follow the link on the left for Housing Contracts.
Students With Disabilities
The staff of WVU Tech believe strongly in making a college education available to everyone. The WVU Office of Disability Services maintains an office on the WVU Tech campus, as well as, the main campus. They will work with those students that may need some help. Click here for the documentation that you will need to present to them.