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Come for a tour (you won’t want to leave!) and check out the Reed College of Media’s two locations on the West Virginia University Campus. You can also tour campus virtually and get a closer look at the Media Innovation Center.
WVU’s oldest building is located in iconic Woodburn Circle on the historic downtown campus. We’re footsteps away from the PRT, Mountainlair Student Union and the Downtown Library.Schedule a Visit
Media Innovation Center
In the heart of the modern and growing Evansdale campus is our Media Innovation Center, which houses a mix of high-tech learning labs and creative hubs for collaboration.Look Inside the Inno Center
Whitney Godwin is the Media College's recruiting specialist and she's always looking for high schoolers that show great promise in journalism and new media. She's a West Virginia native and College of Media alumna who was also a WVU feature twirler with the Pride of West Virginia, the Mountaineer Marching Band. She knows everything (yes, everything!) about the College and is here to answer any questions you might have.Sign Up for a Tour
Eric Minor is a Media College alumnus and an award-winning television anchor and multimedia journalist who joined the College in June 2013 as its first Director of Student Careers and Opportunities. He's here to help you find internships with some of the world's leading media companies and mentorship opportunities with renowned journalists and practitioners. He's dedicated to helping you land that first job that puts you on the path to a career you're passionate about.Contact Eric
Scholarships for First-Time Freshmen
Once you have applied and been admitted to WVU, you are automatically eligible for University scholarships and grants to help offset the cost of attendance. On top of that, the College of Media awards additional scholarship money for students who meet certain criteria. For the Fall 2021 term, there's also a test-optional Go First Scholarship.Get More Scholarship Info
Find Your Niche
College isn’t just about classes and homework. It’s about community and having some fun. WVU and the College of Media have something for everyone with more than 400 student organizations and club sports and specific extra-curriculars for media students, including the award-winning Public Relations Students Society of America (PRSSA), the Society for Professional Journalists and Martin Hall Agency, our very own student-run ad agency.Explore Student Orgs
A lot of work happens outside the classroom. We work with students, faculty, alumni and friends to produce a variety of content in a variety of formats. Check them out.
Listen to Reed Talk, a College of Media podcast.
Read up on 100 Days in Appalachia, the national media outlet incubated at the Media Innovation Center.
Check out The Daily Athenaeum, WVU's independent student newspaper.
Listen to U92: The Moose, WVU's college radio station.
Tune in for Integrate Online, virtual panel discussions that explore topical marketing communications challenges.
Catch episodes of Marketing Communications Today, a podcast featuring our practitioner faculty and other industry experts.
Take a virtual tour of our campus!
West Virginia University is a family of distinctive campuses united by a single mission: to provide a quality and affordable education. No matter who you are, you’ll find your niche here.Start the Virtual Tour