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From business celebrations, to organizational trainings, to art walks! We're proud to partner and sponsor community events in Morgantown, Beckley, and Keyser campuses.

Join us! September 12, 2022 Mountainlair Lobby 11am-1pm

AmeriCorps Collaborative Tabling

Ready to graduate? Taking a gap year? Need a job? The Center for Community Engagement is seeking candidates to fill AmeriCorps positions in The Collaborative at WVU.

The AmeriCorps VISTA program is a great opportunity for individuals who have current or graduating students to increase their network within the community, help with professional development, and additional educational benefits. 

The Collaborative aims to help expand WVU availability to develop program to improve the community. AmeriCorps VISTA is a full-time, one year commitment to make a difference NOW!

Visit and do a listing search for "Collaborative at WVU" to apply.

Graphic flyer with words that read "Learn more about getting Connected with campus, friends, and yourself at ConnectFEST. 9/13 3-5:30 Bennett Tower (Room M04) and 9/14 11-2 Mountainlair (Vandalia Lounge). Chat with folks from Carruth, WellWVU, Project 168


Learn more about getting Connected with campus, friends, and yourself at ConnectFEST. 

9/13 3-5:30 Bennett Tower (Room M04) and 9/14 11-2 Mountainlair (Vandalia Lounge). 

Chat with folks from Carruth, WellWVU, Project 168, Office of Student Success, Student Recreation, Center for Community Engagement, and WVU Faculty Members. Come for free food and giveaways!

Dollars for Disaster

Dollars for Disaster was started by a group of WVU students in 2005 as a response to the Indonesian Tsunami. The initiative has since collected monetary and supply donations for Hurricane Katrina, the Haitian earthquake, the 2016 flooding in Southern West Virginia, and other disasters.  We are currently utilizing Dollars for Disaster for flood relief in Southern West Virginia and Eastern Kentucky.

Help with Relief Efforts Here

Morgantown Arts Walk

Starting March 2022 Main Street Morgantown will be hosting second Saturday Arts Walk from 11:00 – 4:00. 

Art is everywhere in our beautiful city. You will find art throughout the downtown not only during Arts Walk but all year long with our murals, statues and art galleries. So indulge your senses by dining at local restaurants, shopping in local businesses who support local artists throughout the year or who are also artists themselves.

Recovery Ally Training

The WVU Collegiate Recovery Program is offering several Recovery Ally training sessions throughout the semester to help faculty, staff and students learn how to support people in recovery from substance use disorders.

Click Here to Sign Up