WVU student ziplining in the WVU Forest.

Science of Ziplines

Before riding the ziplines at the Jambo, learn more about the physics behind them. How fast will YOU go?

FACT: WVU is the first university in the nation to have its own canopy tour! Visit the site »
WVU students, staff, and the Mountaineer on the WVU Canopy Tour.

Visit Us at the Jamboree

See the Next-Generation Forensic Science exhibit in The Cloud, and check out the Science Behind Cycling exhibit at High Gear.

Panoramic view of WVU's Campus.

Enjoy WV? Explore WVU for College

If you think West Virginia is a great state for the outdoors, you could go to college here! You can request more information, apply now, search for your major, or Create Your Story to see what’s available.

Adventure WV student Liz Stout climbing at Coopers Rock State Forrest.

Adventure WV

WVU has one of the biggest adventure programs in the nation, with a canopy tour, challenge course, summer orientation trips, international adventures and more.

Adventure WV student pointing at a topo map.

A Scholarship for Eagle Scouts

WVU has a leadership scholarship that will help you go to college as well as an outdoor leadership minor. Check them out.

Adam Johnson paddling Deckers Creek, 15 minutes outside of Morgantown.

DIY Outdoors

West Virginia offers some of the best outdoor recreation in the Eastern U.S.—much of it close to the WVU campus in Morgantown. Learn more at the Morgantown Do It Yourself Outdoors site.

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