Student Engagement and Leadership enhances and furthers student engagement in extra-curricular activities at West Virginia University. Our office provides programming, mentorship, and support which promotes retention and success of our students.
Student Engagement and Leadership Has So Much to Offer
Fresh Start Survey
Check out the Fresh Start Survey to find more in-depth information from over 400 student organizations.
Student Government Association
Want to get involved? Student Government is a great way to become engaged with the campus.
Are you a Maniac for WVU sports? Then check out the Mountaineer Maniacs and join the fun.
Looking for information about all fraternities and sororities on campus? Check out Greek Life
WVU has made efforts to assist students who face hunger. Students are welcome to come to the Student Engagement office to visit The Rack. Each Tuesday and Friday from 3-4:30pm students can visit the Boreman Hall RFL House (617 Spruce St.) to take advantage of the perishable food distribution. Additionally, all community resources listed are open to all WVU students. Here is a list of resources – please print and save.
Student Engagement Digital Signage
Student organizations can now post digital signage on the information stations. Students can email files to email@example.com to be uploaded.
Student Engagement Website Request form
If your organization doesn’t have a website, please log on and request one! If your organization already has a WVU website then you can request access here.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your group’s name and the time, date, attendance, and contact information for your event.
For a classroom space, please email email@example.com, call 293-4397, or stop by our office in the Mountainlair. All requests must be submitted 48 hours in advance for a classroom.
Tips for Successful Organizations
Here is a list of suggestions to keep your organization on track and have a successful semester! Please print and share.
Please note that any recognized student organization planning on international travel must register with the WVU Office of International Programs.
PR Suggestions for Student Orgs
Here are some suggestions for all student orgs to help them get the word out about their organizations events and meetings. Aside from participating in student org fairs there are many other ways to help publicize your clubs.
It is very important to complete an officer update form with our office. If you are not updated you lose privileges and will not be able to reserve meeting space. All recognized organizations are also able to apply for an SGA grant. It’s important for our office to be aware of any changes in the status of your advisor. Each organization is required to have an advisor in place. Here’s a link to the new electronic version: http://wvu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3mxPcri1j2OvOCN. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Trademark Licensing & Student Orgs
Everything you need to know about the correct use of the WVU trademarks can be found here. If your student organization wants to have t-shirts printed this year please refer to the steps included in the student groups section.
Stansbury Gym Reservation Policy
- All student organizations must make reservations through our office.
- Email email@example.com to schedule a date.
- It is only available for rent on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- On Friday the gym can be rented between 4pm to 12am only for a maximum of 3 hours
- On Saturday the gym may be rented from 8am to 12am (max 3 hours)
- On Sunday the gym may be rented from 8am to 4pm (max 3 hours)
- The rental cost is $50 per hour
- All parties require security to be present. Contact our office to make security arrangements.
- Failure to comply with any of these policies may result in loss of privileges.