Part of being a successful student is taking care of yourself, and at WVU Tech, we provide health and wellness services that can help you do just that.
Whether you’re full or part-time, resident or commuter, we offer counseling services and programs designed to help you navigate life as a student. WVU Tech Counseling Services provides a comfortable and inclusive environment where you can receive confidential support and valuable information on issues facing students from all walks of life.
Our counseling services are free of charge for all WVU Tech students.
Student Health Clinic
WVU Tech’s Student Health Clinic is open to all students for walk-in and by-appointment visits.
From allergy shots and immunizations to doctor referrals, sports physicals and checkups, the clinic offers a full suite of essential medical services to keep students healthy and productive.
Clinic visits are free of charge and there is typically no co-pay or deductible required.
Students with chronic health issues should schedule an initial visit so the clinic may establish a treatment plan for emergency situations.
WVU Tech’s campus has a private lactation rooms for nursing mothers.
Located on the third floor of the Robert C. Byrd Learning Resource Center, the room offer a quiet and comfortable place to nurse.
Contact the library front desk to access this facility.
Beginning with the Fall 2023 semester, WVU Tech established the Bear Necessities Student Pantry to combat food insecurity and period poverty on campus in a confidential setting.
The pantry is open to ALL WVU Tech students.