Looking for a place to live for 2015-2016? Then come to the WVU Off-Campus Housing Fairs! The Downtown Fair takes place on Wednesday, January 21 from 10 AM to 3 PM in the Mountainlair Ballrooms, and the Evansdale Fair takes place on Saturday, January 24 from noon to 3 PM in the Lyon Tower Blue and Gold Rooms. Among the landlords who have registered for the fairs are the following: Barnes Rentals; Beech View Apartments; Bel-Cross Properties; Bent Tree Court; Campus Evolution Villages; CMB Properties; College Park Apartments; Copper Beech Townhomes; DD Holding LLC: The Domain at Town Centre; Friend Rentals; Giuliani Properties; Harless Center at Central Place; Kingdom Properties; The Lofts; Metro Property Management; Mountain Valley Apartments; Mountaineer Place Apartments; Pearand Corporation; PRU Rentals; Scott Properties, LLC; Smith Rentals; University Hill Apartments; Vandalia Hall Apartments; West Run Apartments; WinCor Properties; and Wubbie Development Group. More names will be added soon..
To search for available housing listings from area landlords, click on Housing Search in the Off-Campus Housing submenu to begin searching for available rental properties. Or if you are interested in finding a roommate who already has an apartment, click on Roommate Resources to start your search. If you need to sublease, go to Roommate Resources to post an ad. In addition, you will find numerous housing listings in the classified section of The Daily Athenaeum, the student newspaper at WVU, which is available online at www.thedaonline.com. Click the ‘PDF’ link on The Daily Athenaeum’s site to view the classifieds.
Landlords who wish to list properties on this site should access the Landlord Resources page and follow the instructions for listing properties.
WVU Housing and Residential Education provides on-campus living accommodations. Contact WVU Housing at 304-293-2811.
Be sure to see the Off-Campus Housing Publications page, where you may download information on rental property websites and phone numbers; renter’s insurance information; an apartment hunter’s checklist; fire safety and prevention advice; and information on area mobile home parks and sales centers. And see the Off-Campus Housing Forms page for additional resources, including sublease forms; move-in and move-out checklists; a sample roommate agreement; and much, much more.
The WVU Guide for Off-Campus Living and the Welcome to Morgantown brochure offer general information about housing in the Morgantown area. The Good Neighbor page contains information regarding fitting in to the Morgantown community. And for information about the Morgantown Housing Code Ordinance, visit the City of Morgantown Rental Housing page.
Since parking is always an issue in the Morgantown area, check out the Parking page for more information about public and private lots that are close to campus.
And if you’re looking for information on local hotels, major department stores and shopping centers, grocery stores, furniture stores, storage facilities, local cellular phone providers, and area banks, visit the Frequently Asked Questions section for listings.
Visit the Off-Campus Housing website regularly for new rental listings and other updated information.