Hokies unite to stand with Haiti
After a devastating earthquake rocked Haiti, Hokies rose to the challenge through education, outreach, and fundraising, creating new partnerships and strengthening existing ones.
One weekend every year, hundreds of youths from eight states flock to Virginia Tech to audition for the Honor Band and get a taste of what Virginia Tech's music program has to offer.
Tearing down "Animal House": Dismantling the culture of college alcohol abuse
Like other universities, Virginia Tech is tackling the tough issue of alcohol abuse with solutions ranging from education for high-risk students to community engagement, confronting a culture of high-risk
behavior and promoting student safety.
||A break from spring break: Swapping sand for service
Forsaking Fort Lauderdale and Cancun, a growing number of students are choosing alternative breaks, which provide them with opportunities to volunteer their time, muscle, and evolving expertise for the benefit of those in need.
Hokie Stone: Tech's spirited old rock
From campus to community: SGA presidents embrace service and leadership
From student government's early days to the present, SGA presidents have made great strides both on and off campus using the lessons they learned during their time as student leaders.
The stone that graces many campus buildings leaves a strong impression on all who pass through Blacksburg. Read more about the native limestone that has defined the campus scene for more than 100 years.
Alumna takes the path "less traveled by"
Not afraid to seize opportunities and forge a bold new path, alumna Debbie Hersman (political science and international studies '93) began her career as an unpaid intern in a congressman's office and now heads the National Transportation Safety Board.
Commonwealth Campus Centers
Strategically located across the state, the Commonwealth Campus Centers offer a wide range of services, from continuing education with degrees and certificates to business workshops and forums.