Applied Human Sciences Building (AHB)
The Applied Human Sciences Building is located next to the WVU Rec. Center.
The Steelcase Active Learning Center (ALC), features flexible workspaces designed for collaborative learning and problem-solving. The physical space supports the use of mobile devices, distance learning technologies and other interactive features to facilitate a more fluid teaching and learning environment for both students and instructors.Learn more about the ALC
College can be challenging. The Office of Student Success is ready to help with many aspects to help students succeed with personal academic goals. Our staff engages students throughout their CAHS degree. Recruiting, transitioning, advising and monitoring success are just a few of the important services provided. Office of Student Success experts provide resume building and career path assistance. Appointments are encouraged.Office of Student Success
CAHS faculty and student researchers have access to assistive technology that allows for the capture of motion, movement and physical activity patterns. Some commonly used devices include advanced pedometers, accelerometers, biofeedback devices, tablets and audio-video recorders. College-based researchers can synthesize information from these devices with advanced data analysis software including SPSS, SAS and Nvivo.Discounted software
Close to It All
The Health and Education building is centrally located on the Evansdale campus, with the student recreation fields and recreation center a few steps from our front door. Multiple residence halls, cafes and two PRT stations are nearby. Meet friends in our comfortable lobby or personalized study areas or visit Evansdale Crossing for sweeping views of the campus. You can truly live, study, work, dine, and play all within minutes of our building.WVU Campus Maps
CAHS contains a fitness and research lab, an active learning classroom, eight technology enhanced instructional rooms, a multipurpose room and three conference rooms ready to make your educational experience more innovative.Classroom details
Room to Study
Multiple study areas for individuals and small groups are located throughout the three story facility. The first floor features an inviting area with large windows sporting views of the soccer fields, walking track and glimpses of gold and blue PRT cars.Find a tutor
Staying connected for news, happenings and up-to-the-minute notices are important to us. Wi-Fi connections are present throughout the building to help keep you current and ready to connect throughout your day. Information stations are also located on each floor to share the latest announcements and to alert students in case of an emergency.WiFi login info
Ecofriendliness Made Easy
WVU is committed to sustainability and the School of Sport Sciences building reflects this mission. Boasting several ecofriendly filtered water stations on every floor, it’s easy to stay hydrated and healthy. Single-stream recycling receptacles are conveniently located throughout the building. We are also dedicated to reducing energy use and conserving energy when possible.Sustainability at WVU
Specialized Fitness Training
The instructional fitness lab is equipped for hands-on training and is an optimal learning environment for the CAHS strength and conditioning classes. It is also utilized for CAHS Coaching and Performance Science program and WVU club sports.
Fitness Instruction Rooms
CAHS’ multipurpose gym provides 1,315 sq. ft. of instructional space. The space is utilized for research, Lifetime Activities, Athletic Coaching Education (ACE), Physical Education and Teaching Education (PETE) and WVU Club Sports. This area has an adjacent observation room.
Counselor TrainingSports and Exercise Psychology (SEP) helps students combine a passion for sports with an evidence-based approach to psychology. The counseling observation room provides private space to observe interaction. Documentation capabilities are available through equipment in the space.
Behavior LabAdjacent to the CAHS multipurpose gym, this lab offers observation opportunities with no impact on activities or research happening in the gym. Documentation capabilities are available through equipment in the space.
Injury Research LabThe lab offers a unique chance to immediately observe and gain clinical experience in sport medicine. The lab is complete with an adjacent observation room with recording equipment.
The Dr. John and Kacey Gay Endowment provided support for research and teaching initiatives at CAHS. Visit the interactive research monitor, highlighting faculty research, presentations and leadership in the fields of physical activity, sport science and the business of sport.Research at WVU
Honoring Alumni and Friends
Discover the history of CAHS through interactive monitors in the main lobby. Read about donors and how they have provided support for student scholarships and building expansion. Learn more about outstanding graduates and how they credit WVU and CAHS mentors for their success in West Virginia and beyond.CAHS Hall of Fame