West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee cuts the ribbon during the grand opening of the new WVU Veteran & Military Family Support Headquarters. (Photo by TeamStrykerSD)

West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee and USAF veteran J.Brennan and service dog Stryker (#Team Stryker)

Lyndsey Parenti & Frank Yuvancic of Hearts of God with veteran J.Brennan and his service dog Stryker.

West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee & Jerry Wood (Director, The Center for Veteran, Military & Family Programs at WVU) hosted the grand opening of the new WVU Veteran & Military Family Support Headquarters.  The ribbon cutting event took place December 7th, 2018 inside the university’s student union, The Mountainlair

The headquarters is located inside The Mountainlair, and has been nicknamed:  The Mountaineer Bunker.

The Mountaineer Bunker will serve as a welcoming area & support center for student veterans, armed forces personnel and dependents of current & former military service members. 

 The facility will be offering a variety of programs & services for veterans & military families. Helping to ensuring veterans achieve academic success, career development, promoting overall well-being, while supporting their transition into college life.

Available:  Veterans certification services, success coaching, on-site counseling, tutoring, study areas.  Lounge area featuring video game, snack/coffee bar & more.  

Bunker hours will be open Monday through Friday, from 8:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.