The Division of Student Affairs is excited to partner with you in providing the co-curricular and personal support necessary for your student to achieve success while attending Virginia Tech. We focus on the importance of promoting student learning while providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for all. While at Virginia Tech, your student will find multiple opportunities to get involved in campus activities and make positive contributions to the university and surrounding communities.
The Lomaka family was recognized during Spring Family Weekend for their dedication, support, love, and sacrifice, as their history-making quadruplets have graduated from Virginia Tech in May.
Make plans now to attend Spring Family Weekend, scheduled for April 21–23, 2017.
The latest issue of the Hokie Family E-Newsletter is now available online. Check out the latest information, dates, and deadlines that keep Virginia Tech parents and families informed.
Welcome to the Hokie Nation! For new students and their families, here’s everything you need to know about life at Virginia Tech.
Written by Jason Arquette of Springfield, Virginia, a junior who is triple majoring in History, Literature, and Professional and Technical Writing, with a minor in Political Science. In the coming months, Jason will give families a view of student life at Virginia Tech and offer his perspective on what it means to be a Hokie.