Powering Your Achievement
At WVU Online you’re supported every step of the way. From enrollment coaches to academic advisors to a state-of-the-art learning environment, we want to ensure that you have the tools to meet your academic goals.
The majority of our courses are delivered via a web-based course management system called WVU eCampus.
To register for classes, check grades, find out about current campus events, and receive messages you’ll use WVU Portal. WVU Portal is accessible from anywhere you are, at any time of the day or night. You are encouraged to check the Portal email system, called MIX, prior to the start of the term, as your instructor will communicate with you via MIX. You will find instructions for accessing MIX email in the New Student Orientation Manual.
It is important that you communicate with your instructor. If you don’t hear from him/her prior to the first day of class, it is your responsibility to email your instructor. You can find his/her email address in the WVU online directory when you sign into the WVU Portal.
Whether this is your first online learning course or you’ve participated in online courses in the past, please take a few minutes and review the resources available to you.Download Orientation Manual
Get to Know ecampus
The following step-by-step video tutorial will guide you through how to use eCampus to access your course information and content.
Resources for Online Students
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.
To take advantage of the services offered by WVU Libraries for distance learning students, you must register with ILLiad. Distance learning borrowers use ILLiad for both WVU owned and interlibrary loan requests.
WVU Portal is a mobile-friendly application that gives you a single gateway to a variety of critical University services and applications. It serves as a centralized location to register for classes, check grades, log into eCampus, access MIX email, access financial aid information, view DegreeWorks, etc. It is accessible from anywhere a user happens to be, at any time of the day or night.
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.