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WVUteach House

WVUteach House Front Door
The WVUteach House is l ocated at:  

2916 University Avenue
Morgantown, WV 26505

The WVUteach House is generally open between 9 AM - 5 PM daily. However, in order to ensure a faculty or staff member will be available to assist you, please schedule an appointment prior to stopping by.

The WVUteach House is available to all students taking a WVUteach course.  In the WVUteach House, there are computers and work spaces available as well as other supplies needed for developing and delivering lessons. The WVUteach workroom is here to support your teaching experiences. Let us know how we can help!


Parking is not available to WVUteach students in the WVUteach Parking Lot. If a student needs to drive in order to attend class, a student may choose one of the following two parking options:
  1. ST-8: $0.50 per hour: Located near the Erickson Alumni Center
  2. ST-6: $1.25 per hour: Located down the hill from the Greenhouse building
Evansdale short term lots are enforced M-F 8AM-4PM (EXCEPT ST-6). Parking will be free in short term lots (1, 4, 8, and 9) on weekends and before 8AM and after 4PM M-F. When paying at short term lots make sure to enter the correct stall number you are parking in to avoid getting a citation.

Students are able to temporarily park in the WVUteach lot for under 10 minutes to pick-up or drop-off an inventory bin or for the duration of class if coming directly from or to a teach (the teach must either end or begin within 30 minutes of class). When parking under this exception, you must check-in with the Program Coordinator (or if the Program Coordinator is not available, a Master Teacher), and provide your license plate number and the reason for your parking in the WVUteach Parking Lot.



For students officially enrolled in the WVUteach program, opportunities to apply for various scholarships or part-time jobs are frequently announced or posted in the classroom or on program social media pages. 


Talk to a WVUteach advisor to plan out your classes for the next semester or all the way through to graduation. Advisors are also available to discuss any concerns or questions you have about the program and can help you find the resources you need to be successful in your academic pursuits. Call 304-293-5030 to make an advising appointment. 

In order to get the courses you need to complete the program, please review the WVUteach Course Sequence. You can also review a recommended plan of study for each degree program.

WVUteach Course Descriptions

WVUteach Degree Guides

WVUteach Club

The WVUteach Club is a student-led organization for WVUteach students.

WVUteach Frequently Asked Questions

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