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InfoStations FAQ

What is the main purpose of the InfoStations?

In the event of an emergency, WVU Police Department sends a text message from the e2Campus system which in turn triggers an alert page on all InfoStations across campus. This alert message will take precedence over all pages and will include an audible alert. It is required that all InfoStations have the volume turned up in order for this alert to be heard.

How do I get my content on the InfoStations?

What are the graphics requirements to be played on the InfoStations?

  • Must represent a WVU college, facility, student organization or service.
  • All posters must be professional and follow the  WVU Brand guidelines.
  • The InfoStations are classified as “multimedia” under Section 504 and the definition of Information and Communication Technology, Policy Scope. All posters must meet WVU Accessibility guidelines. Use the  Contrast Checker to help see if your background and foreground colors have enough contrast. Another option is to look at your final image in grayscale to see if there is enough contrast. You can do this in your design application or use the  Accessibility Tools website.

Horizontal Poster Size Requirements:

WIDTH: 1920 pixels   
HEIGHT: 1080 pixels  
RESOLUTION: 96 pixels per inch  

Vertical Poster Size Requirements:

WIDTH:1080 pixels  
HEIGHT: 1920 pixels 
RESOLUTION: 96 pixels per inch  

Campus-wide posters may be played upon approval by the InfoStations staff. Upload completed designs using the InfoStations Graphic Submissions page. 

Recommended Software

To create your organization’s poster we recommend that you use either Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator software. These programs can be accessed at the Downtown and Evansdale Libraries.

How to get an InfoStation installed in your building?

  • Contact to set up a meeting.
  • InfoStation staff will meet with interested parties to do a walk-through to locate key areas for installation and discuss actual pricing. Pricing Estimate 
  • Walk-through will be completed with ITS contractor to get an estimate for data, power and installation costs.
  • Quote will be drafted and sent to department.
  • Once funds are received by InfoStations equipment will be ordered and installation will be scheduled.
  • ITS contractor will run all power and data.
  • InfoStations staff will complete installation and bring system online.
  • Page templates will be designed by the InfoStation staff and databases will be created to update your content.

Where are the InfoStation screens located on campus?

Total Displays - 178

Downtown – 63 Displays

  • Armstrong Hall
  • Arnold Hall
  • Boreman Bistro
  • Boreman North
  • Boreman South
  • Brooks Hall
  • Business and Economics Building
  • Charles C. Wise, Jr. Library
  • Chitwood Hall
  • Clark Hall
  • Colson Hall
  • Dadisman Hall
  • Honors
  • International House
  • Jackson Kelly
  • Life Sciences Building
  • Marina Tower
  • Martin Hall
  • Mountainlair
  • One Waterfront Place
  • Stalnaker Hall
  • Summit Hall
  • University Place
  • White Hall

Evansdale – 74 Displays

  • Advanced Engineering and Research Building
  • Allen Hall
  • Alumni Center
  • Bennett Tower
  • Braxton Tower
  • Brooke Tower
  • Chestnut Ridge Research Building
  • Health and Education Building
  • Creative Arts Center
  • Engineering Sciences Building
  • Evansdale Crossing
  • Evansdale Library
  • Law Center
  • Lincoln Hall
  • Lyon Tower
  • Mountaineer Station
  • New Agricultural Sciences Building
  • Oakland Hall
  • University Police Department
  • Student Recreation Center

Health Sciences – 25 Displays

Charleston Health Sciences Campus – 6 Displays  

Jackson's Mill – 2 Displays  

Keyser Campus – 6 Displays

Map of WV showing Morgantown, Keyser, and Beckley locations

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