If you are living off-campus in an apartment or house, and are planning to move in early- to mid-May, please see our updated move-out guidelines.
We host housing fairs to assist undergraduate and graduate students and parents in finding comfortable, affordable housing options. Our next WVU Housing Fair takes place on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 in the Mountainlair Ballrooms. More than 40 area landlords are coming to the fair to meet students and parents to talk about their rentals and locations. Many landlords have great giveaways. Also, representatives from WVU Student Legal Services and Student Financial Support and Services will be on hand to answer questions about leases and paying for off-campus expenses.
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.
WVU University Apartments offers four modern apartment complexes, and family housing is available. Contact University Apartments at 304-293-5840. In addition, WVU Housing and Residential Education provides residence hall accommodations. Contact WVU Housing at 304-293-2811.
Publications and Forms
Be sure to see the Off-Campus Housing Publications page, where you may download a listing of 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.
For information about the Morgantown Housing Code Ordinance, visit the City of Morgantown Rental Housing page. As 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.
If you would like someone from this office to do an educational presentation for a class, residence hall, or student organization, please contact Brian Walker at email@example.com.
Neither Campus and Community Life of West Virginia University nor any of its affiliates endorse or recommend any of the listed apartment complexes, landlords, property managers, stores, banks, or other services listed. Furthermore, Campus and Community Life does not inspect said premises. We are simply supplying information to help students with their transition to Morgantown and the move off-campus.
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