Nine WVU Tech students were recently inducted into the West Virginia Beta Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, a national engineering honor society and the only such organization that represents the entire engineering profession.
Winter Storm Diego has made its presence felt in southern West Virginia. Although the storm is scheduled to pass through the area by midnight, treacherous road conditions are anticipated for another 24 hours.
Out of concern for the safety of our faculty, staff and students, WVU Tech will be closed on Monday, December 10 beginning at 12 AM. Essential employees (those in facilities, university police, dining services, housing) will be contacted by their supervisor with additional information regarding the work schedule for tomorrow. All dining services employees already scheduled to work tomorrow should report to work. Units with existing emergency closure protocols should follow those. Employees with questions or concerns should contact their supervisor. Every effort will be made to maintain the library’s finals week schedule. The campus is scheduled to reopen fully at 6 AM on Tuesday, December 11.
WVU Tech will close Wednesday, Dec. 5 following a Presidential Proclamation and separate Executive Order issued by Gov. Jim Justice for a state holiday and day of mourning in honor of former President George H. W. Bush.
While classes are canceled, essential campus services including the Library, Dining Services, Housing, University Police and Facilities will remain open.