The Honors College at WVU welcomes future Mountaineers to visit the Honors College to see what we’re all about!
Visit Through the WVU Visitors Center
WVU Visitors Center at least 2-3 days prior to your visit to schedule:
academic appointment with the Honors College to learn more about
the Honors program and community
- A tour of the WVU Campus
Schedule an Honors Overnight Experience
The Honors College also offers the Honors Overnight Experience. Students spend the night in Honors Hall or Lincoln Hall, and attend classes the next day with a current Honors scholar in their general field of interest. This experience allows students to explore the Honors College, and experience what it’s like to be an Honors student for a day.
If you are interested in scheduling an Overnight Experience with us, please fill out the Overnight Experience interest form. Please note: students should submit the interest form at least two weeks prior to the date they are interested in visiting with us.
Contact our office with any questions: 304-293-2100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Us Virtually
Connect with Current Students
Schedule a phone call with an Honors College Ambassador, and get your questions about
being an Honors College student at WVU answered (e.g. Honors housing, classes,
student life, academic resources, admissions requirements, etc.). Learn more about
the resources available to you at WVU!
Email us to set up a time for a call at email@example.com.
The Honors College offices are located on WVU Downtown Campus in the first floor of Honors Hall at 250 Second Street.
Lincoln Hall, the Honors residence hall for WVU Evansdale Campus, is located at 1014 Rawley Ave.
Contact us at 304-293-2100 with any questions.
Plenty of parking is available near the Honors College. Covered short-term paid parking is available at the University Place Garage on University Avenue across the street from University Place entering on Third Street. Short-term paid parking is available in lot 5 at First Street and Grant Avenue. Metered street parking may also be available.
Public transportation is readily available to Honors students.
See busride.org for bus options, including the 38 Blue & Gold, which stops down the street from Honors Hall. The 38 Blue & Gold bus also stops on Evansdale at the Towers Bus loop, which is a short walk from Lincoln Hall.
The Beechurst PRT stop is also a short walk from Honors Hall. Likewise, the Towers PRT stop is also a short walk from Lincoln Hall. The PRT runs throughout the Fall and Spring semesters. Check the WVU DOT website for service updates.