The WVSOM Campus

WVSOM's campus encompasses 67 acres, blending past and present, as historic buildings combine with 21st century classroom, laboratory and clinical facilities. The academic and administrative building houses additional classrooms, teaching laboratories, the James R. Stookey Library and Osteopathic Clinical Skills Lab, faculty and administrative offices.

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Center for Technology & Rural Medicine

Also on campus are the Robert C. Byrd Clinic (an affiliated outpatient clinic) and the Center for Technology and Rural Medicine, which provides two modern lecture halls. With over 21,000 square feet of space, the facility also houses Computer Services, a student commons area, and offices for the Associate Dean for Preclinical Education.

The Admissions Center

Image: The admissions building

The Admissions Center houses the WVSOM Admissions Office and is the first stop for applicants interviewing at the college. It offers an attractive reception area and comfortable interview room.

Fredric W. Smith Science Building

The Fredric W. Smith Science Building houses the modern gross anatomy lab that contains a state of the art ventilation system, abundant natural light, and a multi-purpose anatomy demonstration room that enhances the learning experience. The facility also houses a variety of laboratories where basic science and clinical faculty carry out various research projects. Interested students and graduate teaching assistants also participate in research projects at WVSOM.

Founders' Activity Center

Image: Students exercise in the Founder's Activity Center

The Founders' Activity Center includes a full-size basketball court, a multi-purpose space for free weights and cardiovascular exercise, men's and women's locker rooms and a lounge.

Roland P. Sharp Alumni Conference Center

The Roland P. Sharp Alumni Conference Center is the focal point on campus for alumni gatherings as well as for student, faculty and community activities. It also houses the offices of Alumni Relations, Continuing Medical Education and the WVSOM Foundation, Inc.

Clinical Evaluation Center (CEC)

The Clinical Evaluation Center (CEC) is a 37,000 square foot instructional facility that opened in 2009. Clinical skills courses, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, WVSOM Community Clinic, electronic medical records training and clinical encounters involving standardized patients and patient simulators take place in this center.

The CEC houses numerous clinical teaching facilities equipped with a state of the art integrated computerized digital recording system that records students' clinical encounters for feedback and evaluation.