Title: #VII-11B. Visitors
A visitor to campus is defined as one who is not currently enrolled as a
student of WVU at
Visitors to campus who are accompanied by minor children are expected to provide direct supervision for the minor(s) at all times. In order to ensure the safety and security of children and to safeguard the educational and work environment of the college, no employee, student, or visitor may leave a child unattended. This includes campus buildings, campus grounds, or in vehicles in the college parking lots. Nor shall a child be left with a college employee, unless that employee is supervising the child in an authorized capacity for a program or activity in which the child is enrolled. As a general rule, children are not permitted to be visitors in college classes.
Persons on campus who are found to be engaged in activities which are potentially harmful or disruptive may be directed to leave the campus. Repetitive unauthorized presence or activities may result in further action, including notification that such activities are considered trespassing and subject to legal action.
College personnel observing unauthorized occupancy or activities should report the occurrence to the Coordinator of Campus Security, the Director of Facilities and Grounds, or other senior administrator. Evening and weekend activities should be reported to the evening or weekend administrator. If no responsible college officer is present, any activity for which there is an immediate potential for injury or significant damage should be reported as an emergency by dialing 911.