Resources and Programs
Visit Virginia Tech’s online prevention portal to access AlcoholEdu, Haven, and DiversityEdu. As part of Virginia Tech’s comprehensive approach to alcohol education, sexual violence prevention, and diversity awareness, we require that all incoming students take one or more of these programs.
The undergraduate and graduate student representatives to the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors serve as a liaison between the student population of Virginia Tech and the governing board.
The university has launched a Stop Abuse website to provide support and resources around the topics of sexua violence and sexual misconduct.
Complaints about any function of the university are ordinarily handled through the normal administrative chain.
This statement (as published in the Hokie Handbook) details what students can expect in their interactions with faculty, staff, and other students, as well as the community expectations of their conduct inside and outside of the classroom.
The Virginia Governor's Fellows Program offers a select group of outstanding and highly motivated individuals the opportunity to experience firsthand the administration of state government in the Commonwealth.