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The Brief: Tie Optional, Mask Mandatory

This year, WVU is hosting the virtual event series “Refresh” in replace of the traditional Welcome Week. 

Our Chambers College Dean, Javier Reyes, and Marketing Teaching Assistant and BCOR Professor, Dr. Susan Lantz, will welcome our incoming business freshman on Wednesday, August 19 at 3 – 4:00 p.m. If you’re a first-time freshman, register here. 

The Refresh Student Activities Series will also include virtual events ranging from Mountaineer’s Favorite Place on Campus, Online Group Fitness, Carruth Center Sessions (our University’s free mental health clinic), Adventure WV Explorations and more! 

Chambers Ambassadors 
Our Chambers Ambassadors are a select group of upperclassmen who embody both the spirit of a Mountaineer and a business student. 

Not only do these students know the in’s and out's of our campus, but they can also help you learn more about specific business majors, minors, student organizations, and College events. 

Peer Mentorship Program 
Our Peer Mentorship program is a new initiative this fall and is compiled of upperclassmen with a variety of majors. 

Chambers Peer Mentors are student leaders who assist first-semester freshmen with their transition to college life as a business student at WVU, by sharing their knowledge, skills and perspectives. Peer Mentors will attend BCOR 191 courses this semester and the students in their assigned section will be their mentees.

Fall 2020: Back in Business

It is important that you stay healthy and stay on track. If you have developed symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19, please quarantine and alert your department chair as soon as possible to let them know. While we all want to be back on campus, we must first protect ourselves and others. 

West Virginia University’s Center for Financial Literacy & Education Hosts 18th Annual Finance University Conference

This summer, West Virginia University’s Center for Financial Literacy & Education (CFLE) and Next Gen Personal Finance hosted the 18th Annual Finance University for primary and secondary educators throughout the state, as well as neighboring counties.

Finance U – a free professional development conference – is geared towards educators who focus on financial literacy topics in the subject areas of civics, business and math.