Mountaineer statue closeup.  (WVU Photo/Brian Persinger)

Mountaineer statue closeup.  (WVU Photo/Brian Persinger)

Three WVU students may face expulsion or suspension after being found to have a history of COVID-19-related violations.

Disciplinary action against these students will be determined in a scheduled student conduct meeting.

In addition to these 3 students, 47 are now on probation. Twenty others may be put on probation if found responsible for charges currently being processed through Student Conduct.

“So far, we have also been able to identify at least 17 more individuals from recent social media posts and tips,” said Carrie Showalter, executive director of the Office of Student Conduct, in an article from WVUToday

“These individuals, and others identified as we continue our review, may face sanctions if found responsible," Showalter said. "We want to thank those who are sharing tips to our Office and we encourage people to continue to report potential violations.” 

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Gabriella is from Ashtabula, Ohio, and has written for the DA since 2018. She is a journalism student with a minor in Japanese studies and German, and is a former intern for the Exponent Telegram and Mountain State Spotlight.