WVU announces details on residence hall return and COVID-19 testing for spring semester. The Return to Campus website continues to have updates about WVU's fall plans. Visit coronavirus.wvu.edu and CDC.gov for health resources related to the global pandemic.

Human Gift Registry

We are the West Virginia University Human Gift Registry, supporting our health sciences teaching and research missions. Our goal is to assist those who wish to make donation of their own body. This web site is intended to provide basic information and the forms necessary for donation. See the Questions section of this site for answers to many basic questions. Please do not hesitate to call us if you have further questions or need assistance. It is important that you contact us immediately upon the death of a donor; please see the Contact page for our phone number. Information on how to bequest can be found in our Donate section. Information about our annual memorial service and the West Virginia Anatomical Board is also available on this site.

Click here to read Their First Patient, an article from the Charleston Gazette describing the Registry’s importance to our medical and other health care students.