Results for Virginia Tech First Days
A winner of the NBC singing competition, “The Voice,” Pope performs for this year’s Moss Arts Center Student Ambassadors’ Choice event. Blacksburg’s The Jared Stout Band will open the show for Pope.
Syrian-American Omar Offendum, Egyptian drummer and DJ Karim Nagi, and Pakistani-American visual artist Saba Taj will each bring a unique flavor to this live event on Sept. 7 at Eggleston quad.
Welcome, Hokies! Move-in days begin Aug. 23. Check out key dates for residence halls, dining centers, and events that start off the fall semester.
Martin brings his deadpan delivery, quirky one-liners, and witty humor to campus on Aug. 26 for a Moss Arts Center Student Ambassadors’ Choice event.
Three new centers have been created in Squires Student Center: the Hispanic and Latino Cultural Center, the LGBTQ+ Center, and the American Indian and Indigenous Community Center.
The parade is a long-standing tradition that began with 132 cadets in October 1872, when all students were cadets and Virginia Tech was known as the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College.
The university has exciting new offerings for students in the 2016-17 academic year, including programs, curriculum revisions, resources, and spaces.
The Grillfield and Periodic Table will begin providing service Monday, Aug. 22, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 25.
The classrooms have features that include moveable furnishings, wall-mounted writing spaces, and multiple screens for projecting shared material and student work.
Residence halls and dining centers will open Aug. 17 as students and their families arrive at Virginia Tech.
There is a new exterior wireless access point across the large outdoor area between the residence halls where the university's only solar-powered table is located.