Directions

It’s easy to find us.

By Car: At the intersection of I-79 and I-68, WVU is approximately 70 miles south of Pittsburgh or 200 miles northwest of Washington, DC. The Visitors Center is accessible from Exit 1 of Interstate 68 (University Ave. exit). If you exit from I-68 West turn left at the end of the exit ramp on to Route 119 North; go straight for three stoplights. If you exit from I-79 onto I-68 East turn left at the light on Route 119 North; go straight for three stoplights. At the fourth traffic light turn left into One Waterfront Place. You will see a large blue sign labeled Visitors Center.

As you turn left, make a quick right into the parking garage. You will receive a parking ticket that you will need to bring inside with you to have validated for your time at the Visitors Center. The Visitors Center is located on the first floor.

By Air: The closest airports are the Morgantown Airport and the Pittsburgh International Airport. The Grey Line Mountain Line Bus runs a shuttle from Pittsburgh to Morgantown twice daily.

By Train: The closest Amtrak station is in Connellsville, Pa., located 37.0 miles from Morgantown.

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The best way to learn about West Virginia University (WVU) is to come see it for yourself.

The Visitors Center provides a central location for students, parents, alumni, and friends to become better acquainted with WVU. Our mix of historic and modern facilities, unique and traditional program offerings, and friendly campus atmosphere is what sets WVU apart from the rest.

With so much to do and see at WVU, the Visitors Center is the perfect first stop. Please be sure to inquire about campus maps, directions, parking information, and brochures about the local area and West Virginia University.