Welcome Students!

In collaboration with the academic community at Virginia Tech, the staff within the Divisionof Student Affairs is dedicated to the holistic development of your Virginia Tech studentexperience from orientation to graduation day.

While at Virginia Tech, you will find multiple opportunities to get involved in campus activitiesand make positive contributions to the university and surrounding communities.

This website provides valuable information on programs, services, and staff that supportthe educational, personal, and professional development of Virginia Tech students.


You’re In...Now What?

This is your guide to life at Virginia Tech and the tool that will help you plan for life on campus. You’ll find information on just about anything you need to know about the university, from where to eat and how to use your dining plan to living with a roommate and the ways you can get involved while you’re at school!


Campus Life

As a student, academics are your first priority, but things that happen outside of class offer some important learning experiences too. Your residence hall community and co-curricular activities will have a vital impact on your college experience, so take some time to explore what Virginia Tech and the Division of Student Affairs has to offer:

Corps of Cadets
Dining Services
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Housing and Residence Life
Student Engagement and Campus Life


Health & Wellness

A healthy lifestyle not only feels good, but also helps your academic performance. Find out more about the variety of activities, information, and resources to help you stay on top of your game:

Cook Counseling Center
Hokie Wellness
Recreational Sports
Schiffert Health Center
Services for Students with Disabilities


Student Emergencies

If you have a student emergency, contact the Dean of Students Office for help.


Resources

Got a question about life on campus? Find out more about landing an internship, becoming an orientation leader, exploring diversity at Virginia Tech, and other services designed to help students succeed:

Career and Professional Development
Cranwell International Center
Intercultural Engagement Center
Leadership Education Collaborative
New Student Programs
Student Conduct
VT Engage


Stop Abuse

The university has launched a Stop Abuse website to provide support and resources around thetopics of sexual violence and sexual misconduct.


Seek Advice or Express a Concern

Complaints about any function of the university are ordinarily handled through the normal administrative chain.