Below is a listing of the current venues that A&E works with. For questions or comments contact Keith Gale at (304) 293-7054.
Creative Arts Center
WVUís primary facility for both the performing and visual arts is the Creative Arts Center (CAC).
Road Company Guide
Includes lodging, dining, transportation, and medical services.
WVU's arena used for large scale concerts.
WelcomeWVU ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
WVU Arts & Entertainment presents all the major entertainment events for West Virginia University. Events include a performing arts series, a concert series and other special events. Past performances include Disney's Beauty & the Beast, Mamma Mia!, John Mayer, B.B. King, Maya Angelou, Matchbox 20, Rent, Sarah McLachlan, Jason Mraz, Snoop Dogg, STOMP and Miranda Lambert.
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY
West Virginia University (WVU) was founded in 1867 as West Virginiaís land-grant institution. In the more than 140 years since, WVU has grown to be the stateís largest university, with three campuses in Morgantown, four regional campuses in other cities, and extension centers in every West Virginia county. In addition, WVUís 29,000 students hail from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and 100 other nations. Combined with Morgantownís 30,000-person population, these factors provide WVU with large-school advantages in a small-town atmosphere.
WVU has gained an outstanding reputation for education, research and service. The Carnegie Institute for the Advancement of Teaching has placed WVU in the Doctoral Research Extensive Classification - the only West Virginia institution in this designation and one of only 151 in the United States. Moreover, WVU boasts 13 colleges and schools that offer over 191 bachelors, masters, doctoral and professional degree programs. WVU has produced 25 Rhodes Scholars, an achievement comparable only to that of Ivy League schools.
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