As we transfer to a virtual learning module, we want to make sure you have all the resources you need to complete your academic journey. We understand that this new protocol may challenge the quality of instruction, but we will continue to update you on the situation at hand and how we can enhance your online learning.
Find out when YOU can register for Fall classes!
Fall priority registration for current students begins on Monday, April 6. It is important to contact your advisor now to set up an appointment so they can release your advising pin that allows you to register for classes. Advisors will be available to help you by email, phone or Zoom conference. To find your priority registration date in OLSIS, follow these instructions:
- Visit wvup.edu/olsis-login and click on WVUP Login to OLSIS System, then enter your User ID and Pin and click Login.
- Click on Student Records.
- Click on Registration.
- Click on Registration Status.
- Select the term Fall 2020 from the drop-down menu and click Submit.
- Registration Status should appear on your screen and your registration dates will appear under From and To.
Professional Advising Center
Quality academic advising is an essential component for achieving educational success in college. At WVU Parkersburg, all newly admitted students begin with an advisor in our Professional Advising Center (PAC). The PAC advisor helps students register for classes and plan their academic schedule based on their chosen major.
- – Priority Registration for the Fall 2020 semester begins April 6. Check your OLSIS account for details regarding who your academic advisor is. You will need to schedule an appointment with your designated advisor before registration begins.
Marie Butler | Humanities, Fine Arts & Social Sciences Division Liaison | 304-424-8267 | email@example.com
Shauna Carpenter | STEM Division Liaison | 304-424-8293 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Terry Frame | Nursing & Health Sciences Division Liaison | 304-424-8319 | email@example.com
Kim McFee | Education Division Liasion/Board of Governors & Regents Bachelor of Arts Programs | 304-424-8321 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The most important thing during this transition is to check any and all messages from both the University and your professors. The University will send updates about changes on the COVID-19 Updates page and via your WVU Parkersburg email.
Your instructor will specify what communication method will be used in your specific course (email, Blackboard, etc.). These could include the following tools, which all students have access to:
- – Email: All University-related emails will be sent to your school-issued email address. Your instructor also can send you emails through Blackboard.
- – G Suite: Google offers a variety of collaboration tools that provides group chat (Google Hangouts), live document collaboration (Google Docs) and more. These services are free! Simply login to your university email to access these tools to stay connected with classmates and friends or work solo on school projects. You can even access G Suite on your smartphone.
- – Blackboard Announcements: In addition to your school email, your professor may send updates and information via Blackboard announcements. These will appear in the “My Announcements” section on your Blackboard account. You may not always receive an email notification for new announcements, so be sure to check your announcements regularly.
- – Zoom: Zoom For Student Use