Coworking Space for Entrepreneurs, Innovators, Digital Artists, Makers and the Generally Curious
CoVid-19 Pandemic Update:
The WVSU EDC will be closed until further notice. All workshops are being provided online (via Zoom) at this time.
the use of an office or other working environment by people who are self-employed or working for different employers, typically so as to share equipment, ideas, and knowledge. "The whole idea of coworking is to bring bright, creative people together and let the ideas collide"
The West Virginia State University Economic Development Center (EDC) has been offering business and entrepreneurship training, office space leasing, and small business start-up support for more than a decade.
In addition to spaces for trainings, meetings and office leasing, the facility features an area for art exhibits, video capture space, green screen capabilities, a voice studio and an editing suite, serving as a
co-working space for the creative economy.
The EDC features a six-seat workbar, a drop-in workstation, semi-private work areas, private & public meeting rooms, large collaborative work areas and kitchen facilities. Whether you need a spot to work for just a day or you intend to be a "regular", we offer affordable rates and plans that will suit your individual needs.