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Student Organizations

The resources below list WVU student organizations in Morgantown, Potomac State and WVU Tech.

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WVU Morgantown

List of all student organizations at WVU Main Campus

WVU Student Organizations

100 Black Women at West Virginia University

Contact: 910-751-2053 or 100BWwvu@gmail.com.

A student organization which emphasizes community involvement, networking, and leadership skills and development. Also, focusing on the advocacy, support, and empowerment of African American women on the WVU campus.

Alpha Omega Epsilon

Contact: aoewvu@gmail.com

Sorority of women in engineering and the technical sciences, developed to an enriching and life-changing experience for members.

Alpha Omega Epsilon

American Association of University Women

American Association of University Women (AAUW) at West Virginia University serves to help the advancement of equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research not only on our campus but throughout the entire state, nation and world.

American Association of University Women

Association for Women in Sports Media

Contact: awsmatwvu@gmail.com

The Association for Women in Sports Media promotes and increases diversity in sports media, to serve as advocates for sports and sports media, and to support the growth of student’s knowledge regarding the sports media industry.

WVU Women in Sports

Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design

A list of student organizations within the Davis College.

Visit Davis College

Feminist and Queer Theories Book Club

This student organization aims to recognize and discuss the effect society has on women and the LGBTQ populations through literature. Their mission is to provide a safe space for women and LGBTQ student to discuss and bond over literary topics and society’s positive and negative forces impacting them.

Book Club

Graduate Women Advocating Science (GWAS)

610-750-4927 or jgclemente@mix.wvu.edu

Graduate Women Advocating Science (GWAS) is a graduate level organization for women at West Virginia University who are pursuing an education in science fields. Students have the opportunity to practice professional development through workshops and seminars that aim to empower female graduate students in their careers.

Graduate Women Advocating Science

Her at WVU Campus

Contact: hc.wvu@hercampus.com

A student organization focus on empowering women through journalism. They aim to complete 3 activism projects and semester and submit their work for publication. All majors are welcome to join and consistent attendance is required.

Her at WVU Campus

Iota Iota Iota (Triota) Women’s and Gender Studies Honorary

Iota Iota Iota, known as Triota, is WVU’s Honor Society for Women’s and Gender Studies. Triota supports and promotes academic excellence, scholarship, activism, and community engagement. If you have completed two WGST approved courses with a B or better (one course must be WGST 170), have a 3.0 GPA in those courses and an overall GPA of 2.5, you are eligible to join Triota.

TRIOTA

Mountaineers for Recovery

304-293-2547
628 Price St.
Morgantown, WV

This student organization is operated out of Serenity Place and focuses on supporting fellow mountaineers who are in recover. This organization participates in a number of activities to enhance and positively impact the recover process such as, mediation, support groups, yoga classes, and more. Recovery is also open to all kinds of recovery such as eating disorders, alcohol, opioid use disorder, stimulant use disorder, and anything that involves a healthier life style. This organization does require its members to attend at least one event at serenity place a month

Mountaineers for Recovery

Planned Parenthood Generation Action

Planned Parenthood Generation Action's mission is to help inform the West Virginia University and Morgantown communities on women’s reproductive health, as well as the services Planned Parenthood provides.

Visit Planned Parenthood Facebook

RISE WVU

RISE WVU is a student led organization for STEM majors that aims to advocate for and empower underrepresented populations of WVU. They create a support system to empower their peers to graduate and also collaborate with other university partners to provide services and hold events. Also, RISE WVU offers university engagement courses and university mentoring courses for credited community service.

RISE WVU

School of Natural Resources

A list of student organizations within the School of Natural Resources.

Visit School of Natural Resources

Society of Women Engineers

Contact: wvuswe@gmail.com

The Society of Women Engineers serves to inform young women, their parents, counselors, and the general public of the qualifications of women engineers and the opportunities available for them. SWE is an international organization focused on stimulating women to achieve their full potential in their careers as engineers and leaders. West Virginia University's section of SWE is dedicated to K-12 STEM outreach, professional development, and promoting women in engineering.

The Society of Women Engineers

Students for Reproductive Justice

Students for Reproductive Justice works on issues related to reproductive healthcare, choice and to educate the WVU community about reproductive health and rights, to translate increased awareness into pro-choice activism on campus, and to serve as a coalition partner to state, national, and international reproductive rights efforts.

WVU Engage

Women in Business (WIB)

Contact: wvuwib@gmail.com 

Women in Business (WIB) a student-led organization with the mission to unite and empower women focused on success and equality in the workplace. We accomplish this through our unique opportunities for professional development, mentorship, and service. Although WIB is a Chambers College associated organization, students from all majors are welcome to join and attend our meetings!

https://womeninbusiness.sandbox.wvu.edu

Women in Natural Resources Club

Providing women in the WVU Division of Forestry and Natural Resources a chance to come together to learn, grow, and network.

WVU Center for Veteran, Military and Family Programs

The facility operates Monday through Friday, from 8:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. and offers: Veterans certification services, success coaching and on-site counseling; Dedicated tutoring and study areas; and A lounge area with video games, snack/coffee bar and more. The Bunker is open until 8pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for Bunker Time only.

More info about WVU Veterans

WVU Outdoor Recreational Center Student Clubs

WVU Outdoor Recreational Center has many student clubs that focus on adventure recreation (e.g., climbing club, cycling club, fly fishing club, Grotto club, outdoor adventure club, slackline club, snowboard club, water sports club, and whitewater club.

WVU Outdoor Recreational Center

WVU Student and Family Resources

The WVU Student and Family Resources aims to provide 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.

WVU Childcare


WVU Keyser – Potomac State College

Potomac State College Student Organizations

304-788-6820 (office of student experience)

List of student organizations, advisors and their meeting locations for Keyser Potomac State campus students.

Visit WVU Keyser


WVU Beckley – WVU TECH

Active Minds

Dedicated to bringing awareness to mental health around campus and around Beckley through resources and peer support.

Visit Active Minds

Black Student Union

Dedicated to supporting fellow African American student and students of other cultures at WVU Tech.

More info about Black Student Union