• WVU flood relief effort

    Members of the WVU campus community load up a truck with donated supplies. The university has already sent seven trailers of much-needed supplies south and is loading up more this week.

The West Virginia University family, along with the Morgantown community, joined together this past weekend to help our friends, relatives, and neighbors hit hard by catastrophic flooding in several counties in our state.

Tragically, some people lost their lives in the flooding, while many, many more lost power, possessions and even their homes. Many of our students have been impacted—either directly or through family losses. Students and families who need assistance with anything related to their academic career at WVU as a result of the recent floods should contact my office at 304-293-9919 or provost@mail.wvu.edu.

West Virginia University is committed to helping the individuals, families and communities affected. We will be here for you today, tomorrow and in the months and years to come.

Please join us in our efforts. To donate, click here. To volunteer, click here.

Thank you!

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