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The College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences is committed to student success and offers innovative programs to support your transition to college life, achievement of academic goals and career development.

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Read about how faculty, students and alumni are making a difference.

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    Why summer at CPASS?

    CPASS offers three- and six-week online and on campus options. Students enrolled in the summer program can reduce credits needed for the next semester while completing a minor to strengthen career opportunities.

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    Summer exploration program prepares inbound students for success at WVU

    Sign up for Mountaineer Quest, an outdoor-based orientation program designed exclusively for incoming CPASS students. This five-day summer program helps incoming first-year students make friends, explore area outdoor destinations and learn more about WVU and their major before the start of the fall semester.

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    CPASS online program is ideal for teachers with demanding schedules

    Katie Sick loves her job as a physical education teacher and she wants to be the best teacher she can be. That’s why she is studying for a master’s degree in Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) from WVU Online.


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Faculty Spotlight

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    Dana Voelker Assistant Professor
    Dr. Voelker's scholarship focuses on the promotion of body-positive cultures in sport and exercise. Her research has been funded by the NCAA in which she contributed to the evaluation of a program, Bodies in Motion, aimed to promote a healthy body image in female athletes. She recently presented related findings with colleagues at the AASP conference in Orlando FL.
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    Eloise Elliott Ware Distinguished Professor
    As the Ware Distinguished Professor, Elliott’s focus on outreach and service to improve the culture of health in the state of West Virginia has facilitated her research. She conducts research in the authentic environments where physical education physical activity opportunities can be provided and studied.