WVU Student Housing Complex Isn't Ready for the School Year
If you're headed to WVU, you might not be staying on campus. A delay in completing a new housing complex has forced about 600 West Virginia University students to find a new place to live before classes begin later this month. The University Place apartment complex in Sunnyside is a partnership between West Virginia University and a private owner, and it isn't ready for the fall semester. All of the students affected by the delay have found temporary housing elsewhere, and there's now new move-in date set for students to move into the 10-story tower but workers are there around the clock to try to get it ready.