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Congratulations on your acceptance to West Virginia University and the College of Creative Arts and Media. You’re now a part of a global Mountaineer community that includes students, alumni, faculty and staff who are ready to support you through this exciting journey. So, let’s get started!

Access Your Online Classes

These are the key WVU systems you should get to know. They’re your go-to for student account information, class registration, accessing your online courses, checking email and more!

WVU Portal

The WVU Portal, a mobile-friendly application at, provides WVU students with a single front door to a variety of services and applications, including accessing WVU eCampus (your online class platform), Gmail, and STAR (your student account and class registration tool).

Access WVU Portal


Most of our online courses are delivered via a web-based course management system called WVU eCampus. You will not have access to WVU eCampus until the start date of the course(s) in which you are enrolled.

Go to Ecampus


STAR is where you can view your academic records, update your personal information, register for courses, see grades, view your financial aid status and more.

Go to STAR

Two-Factor Authentication

All students are required to be enrolled in Duo two-factor authentication. This secures your account by confirming your identity with two methods - your password and a device (smartphone, tablet or display token). You will need to enroll in two-factor authentication before you can access any WVU systems.

Learn More About Duo

The Global WVU Community

You may not be on campus, but you're a Mountaineer wherever you may be. If you find yourself near Morgantown, stop for a visit! The College of Creative Arts and Media has two homes: historic Martin Hall on the Downtown campus and the Media Innovation Center on the modern Evansdale campus, just a quick PRT ride from one another! Here are more ways to get to know your University.

Woodburn Circle

Take a Tour

Take a guided, self-guided or virtual tour of campus. Make your way through the three WVU campuses in Morgantown - Downtown, Evansdale and the Medical Center, take a ride on the world's only PRT, see the Coliseum and Mountaineer Stadium, and learn a little about the history and facts that make WVU so special.

President Gee

Meet University Leadership

In 2014, Dr. E. Gordon Gee returned to West Virginia University, where his career as a university president began. In 2019, Maryanne Reed, dean of the Reed College of Media at that time, was named the provost.

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