Student Affairs

Student Affairs


Big ideas don't happen in a vacuum. Strong communities aren't built without participation. Transformative learning isn't limited to academic lessons. Student Affairs intentionally creates environments where relationships flourish, diverse ideas converge, and people discover a purpose greater than themselves.

Student Affairs exists to sustain a culture of learning, reflecting the profound opportunities inherent for students at Virginia Tech. We are committed to providing transformative experiential learning, to access and success, and to service and leadership in the spirit of Ut Prosim (That I May Serve).

Updates from Student Affairs

      • VT Engage team member Catherine Cortrupi carries boxes of food in the daylight.
      • 05/20/2020 Campus Kitchen continues to deliver food to community during COVID-19

        The Campus Kitchen program is a partnership between two Student Affairs units, VT Engage and Virginia Tech Dining Services. The program addresses food security issues and food waste by recovering unserved food from campus dining centers, then delivering it to nonprofit agencies in the New River Valley.

      • April 14, 2020 - Burruss Hall is lit up in blue lights to pay tribute to health care workers battling the Covid-19 pandemic. (Ryan Young / Virginia Tech)
      • 05/15/2020 Hokies@Home project collects and preserves Hokies’ experiences during COVID-19

        As part of the Hokies@Home collection, the project will include all official digital content from Virginia Tech related to COVID-19, including news articles, public announcements, websites, social media, emails, and recordings of public town hall events. But project leaders stress that a key part of this collection will be crowdsourced personal experiences from Hokies, near and far.