The Health Sciences Campus in Morgantown is the largest concentration of health care, research and health professions resources in our state. Nearly 4,000 students studying here have access to WVU Medicine hospitals and clinics, scores of research labs and opportunities for service across the region.
Academic home to more than 1,000 faculty members, the WVU Health Sciences Campus is committed to education, research, service and patient care. The five health schools share a common goal: to educate the next generation of healthcare providers, biomedical researchers and health policy leaders for West Virginia.
Across its health schools, WVU offers 47 degree and certificate programs and 50 medical, dental and public health residency and fellowship programs.
The campus also includes Ruby Memorial Hospital and other clinical facilities associated with WVU Medicine, all of which serve as teaching locations for our students. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention operates a major occupational health research facility on this campus.