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Information session scheduled to discuss the immigration executive order

February 5, 2017

Students from Cranwell International Center and Facilities staff install 128 international flags in front of Burruss Hall. There are people from 128 countries at Virginia Tech. The flags were displayed for the Installation of University President Timothy Sands.

Flags in front of Burruss Hall
Flags in front of Burruss Hall represent the various nations that comprise students, faculty, and staff at Virginia Tech.

The Graduate School, Division of Student Affairs and Outreach and International Affairs will hold an open information session on Wednesday, Feb. 8, for the larger graduate community and Virginia Tech faculty, staff, and students on the recent Trump Administration executive order on immigration and travel. The meeting will be from 4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m. in the Haymarket Theatre in Squires Student Center on College Avenue.

Virginia Tech experts will be on hand to provide accurate information and updates and answer questions about the executive order and its impact on university students, employees, and visitors.

The event will be live-streamed to university campuses in the National Capital Region, Richmond, and Roanoke. To watch the live stream, use this link.