Elizabeth Moore Hall
West Virginia University’s Elizabeth Moore Hall has served as a women’s physical education facility, women’s graduate student dormitory, office of the dean of women, and home of numerous campus organizations such as the Panhellenic Council and Associated Women Students. The three-story, red brick, Georgian Revival structure was built between 1926 and 1928 to house the university’s physical education program. In 1938, the dean of women’s office was relocated to the building. A 1962 addition added extra gymnasium and classroom space. It was listed on the National Register in 1985.
The Mountainlair, also known as "The Lair" is the student union building at West Virginia University. It serves as a hub that combines the educational, social, recreational, and cultural needs of West Virginia University's diverse student body. The Lair provides a large variety of services and programs, including ATMs/banking, copy centers, email/print stations, lockers, lounges, parking, a food court/cafeteria, games areas, a post office, a movie theater, and more. In addition to recreational facilities and student services, the Mountainlair also contains a large events ballroom, various meeting and conference rooms, and many administrative offices of the University. The campus bookstore (stocked by Barnes & Noble), Starbucks, and university shop are also adjoined to the Mountainlair.
Stewart Hall was originally built between 1900 and 1902 to replace the second floor of Martin Hall as West Virginia University's library. On the completion of the Wise Library in 1931 Stewart Hall became the administrative offices for the university, a role it still serves today. The hall's namesake is the 13th president of WVU, Irvin Stewart, given to it in 1972. Its architectural style, Romanesque Revival, is attributed to Henry Hobson Richardson.