Powering Student Achievement
WVU Online supports our distance learners every step of the way. With academic life coaches to a state-of-the-art learning environment, we have the tools necessary to help students meet their academic goals.
The majority of WVU Online courses are delivered via a web-based learning management system called WVU eCampus. WVU eCampus allows WVU to deliver the highest quality educational experience to students, and it is integrated with the WVU STAR/Banner system so that students are automatically registered for their online courses.
To register for classes, check grades, find out about current campus events, or receive messages, students use the WVU Portal. WVU Portal is accessible from anywhere, at any time. Students are encouraged to check the Portal email system, MIX, prior to the start of each term as that is the primary communication tool for instructors. Remember, it is important to communicate with instructors. It is the student’s responsibility to email his/her instructor when necessary. Email addresses can be found in the WVU online directory.
WVU Online strives to help students achieve academic success. If at any time guidance or assistance is needed, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
The Office of Accessibility Services (OAS) is dedicated to enhancing educational opportunities for students with temporary or permanent disabilities by authorizing reasonable and effective accommodations. A specialist will work with you to help you request and implement accommodations necessary for your academic success.
Career Services is available to assist with building a resume, practice interviews, job search coaching, writing cover and thank you letters, designing an elevator pitch, and working a career fair. Resources are also available to alumni.
WVU tutoring centers are offering online versions of drop-in tutoring and tutoring appointments.
If you are experiencing a psychological emergency during operational hours (8:15 a.m. – 3 p.m.), call 304-293-4431 and ask to speak to a Carruth Center Clinician. Emergency after-hours services (304-293-4431, x1) will be available as well as our Crisis Text Line (text WVU to 741741).
You can also connect with a counselor 24/7 from Morneau Shepell’s Student Support Program. Services are 100% confidential and free of cost. Get access to support by:
Technology Service Desk
The Service Desk provides first-level support to students. They investigate, resolve and prevent problems with ITS-supported systems and applications. Check the ITS website for hours.
Distance learning students have access to Interlibrary loans, eReserves, WorldCat Catalog, and more.
Portfolium is an ePortfolio network that allows you to document and reflect on your coursework and learning experiences.
My Mountaineer Card
WVU Online students who wish to obtain an official WVU Mountaineer Card can now submit a photo electronically and have their card mailed to them. NOTE: This service is available for out-of-area students only who are taking online/off-campus courses. Students that live in the Morgantown area are required to come by one of our Card Office locations to have their card made and picked up in-person.
StudentLingo offers on-demand, 20 minute online success workshops that focus on skills needed to achieve at the college level. Choose from 50 topics, including Time Management, Developing Your Critical Thinking Skills, Exam Preparation Tips & Test Taking Skills, and Effectively Communicating Online. Each workshop has a downloadable action plan that will help you put the skills to use.
Log in using your WVU username and password.