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Financial Wellness

List of services

Resources to help you effectively manage your money and seek out resources to support financial goals.

Center for Financial Literacy and Education, John Chambers College of Business and Economics

Partners with organizations across the state to bring financial literacy to WVU students, faculty and staff and the WV community at large. WVU/On Campus OR Off Campus options.

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Financial Avenue

A personal financial education course for students facing financial decisions which can cause significant stress and have major life-long consequences. Educates and empowers WVU students to make well-informed financial decisions and prevent financial behaviors that could negatively impact their futures.

Financial Avenue 

Financial Wellness Intern Program

Schedule a confidential 30-minute session with a Financial Wellness Intern on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the WVU Hub. During your appointment, you will be offered guidance related to debt management, spending habits, financial aid, and assorted other topics that might be causing you added stress. Click below to schedule an appointment.

Financial Wellness Intern Program

Talent and Culture – Benefits and Compensation

One Waterfront Place
Floor Two
Morgantown, WV 26501

Find information about health insurance, life insurance, optional benefits, disability insurance; can change/update their benefits and beneficiaries; explore all leave options; learn about retirement options; and have all your classification and compensation questions addressed.

Talent & Culture-Benefits and Compensation

Women and Financial Literacy

Women of all ages and backgrounds struggle with the pressure to earn enough, access education, care for a family and plan retirement. is a free web financial resource passionate about promoting financial literacy. They've created a guide specifically for women, to help them feel confident in making financial decisions and overall empowered financially.

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WVU Student Financial Services – Financial Aid

304-293-1WVU (1988)
Mountaineer Hub
62 Morrill Way; 2nd Floor Evansdale Crossing
PO Box 6004
Morgantown, WV 26506

Visit this one-stop hub for all student financial aid resources for both students and parents, including forms, instructions, information about grants, important timelines and deadlines, and more.

Student Financial Services-Financial Aid

WVU Student Family Resources (SFR)

Elizabeth Moore Hall
PO Box 6851, Morgantown, WV 26506304

Delivers high quality services and programs for students who are parents. SFR provides a support system that can reduce family conflict, stress, and risk factors, allowing WVU’s student parents to pursue and complete their studies at West Virginia University.

Student Family Resources-Child Care

WVU Credit Union

448 Harding Avenue
Morgantown, WV 26505

Find out more about the WVU Employees' Federal Credit Union. The Credit Union was chartered as a not-for- profit organization by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a Federal agency, on October 12, 1961. The Credit Union is owned entirely by its members and is operated for them exclusively. The philosophy of "people helping people" is carried out by its savings and lending services. Members' savings provide the lending funds.

WVU Credit Union

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