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Campus Conversation Recording

A Campus Conversation focused on the steps the University is taking to prepare for the July 1 take-effect date for the Campus Self-Defense Act took place on April 18. A recording of the conversation and the presentation slides are now available.

BOG Rule

The new Rule was proposed to ensure compliance with state law. It was passed by the WVU Board of Governors on April 12, 2024 and will become effective on July 1, 2024.

BOG Finance and Administration Rule 5.14

Details on the Campus Self-Defense Act

Travis Mollohan, associate vice president for government relations and collaboration, and chair of the Campus Carry Sub-Group, explains how West Virginia University, like all colleges and universities in the state, is preparing to implement the W.Va. Campus Self-Defense Act.

Sole Occupancy Signage Request

Occupants in “sole occupancy” offices wishing to request an approved sign for a prohibited area can do so by submitting a signage request.

Faculty members are encouraged to use the Faculty Senate-approved statement addressing concealed carry in their syllabi which is being finalized and will be available at in early May.

Signage Request

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