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WVU Parkersburg campus and Jackson County Center gradually reopening to visitors by appointment only

Parkersburg, W.Va. (July 10, 2020) – West Virginia University at Parkersburg’s main campus and Jackson County Center will reopen for appointment-only, in-person services beginning July 13. Office hours will be offered Monday through Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., for the Center for Student Services, Professional Advising Center and the college’s business office.

Prospective and current students can make an appointment to meet with an admissions counselor, get help with the application process, register for classes, get financial aid questions answered, pay tuition, take a campus tour or conduct other business.

All visitors will be required to pass a temperature check before entering the facilities, wear a mask and maintain social distancing during their appointment.

To schedule an appointment, call 304-424-8310 to reach the Parkersburg campus or 304-372-6992 for the Jackson County Center.

The college will continue to offer all services remotely in addition to in-person appointments.

“While WVU Parkersburg has never been closed – just offering services virtually – we are thrilled to open our doors to students again,” said Dr. Steven Smith, vice president of enrollment management and CEO and dean of the Jackson County Center, WVU Parkersburg. “In good times and bad, we are committed to helping our students succeed by providing the highest quality educational opportunities.”

Fall semester registration is currently open, and classes are set to begin Aug. 17. WVU Parkersburg plans to offer high-quality instructional options this fall, including in-person, online and hybrid classes in a safe, flexible and supportive environment to help students reach their education goals.