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A view of the trees lining the Drillfield, with residential buildings poking up between the fall-colored leaves. Photo by Christina Franusich for Virginia Tech.

Discover housing at Virginia Tech!

Use the options below to narrow down your choices, download our comparison chart to see more details side-by-side, or scroll down to view our full list of residence halls.

What's your focus?

Our housing rates vary by residence hall and by semester. Please click the link below to view the most up-to-date rates.

What amenities are you looking for?

All residence halls include community kitchens, laundry facilities, heating, and clothing storage.

Which Living-Learning Program(s) are you interested in?

Residential Colleges:

Living-Learning Communities:

Please note that Living-Learning Program locations are subject to change year-to-year. The locations listed above are for the 2022-23 academic year. Please visit the Living-Learning Program page to learn more

Organized by Class Location:

Organized by Quad:

  • Dietrick Quad is the large field along Washington Street directly opposite Cassell Coliseum. It’s closest to the athletic region of campus and is connected to Dietrick Hall, one of Virginia Tech’s dining facilities.
  • Slusher Beach is a secluded quad that features a volleyball court and proximity to War Memorial and the Drillfield.
  • Summit Quad is nestled between Cochrane and Ambler Johnston, with proximity to dining at West End and Dietrick, McComas Hall, and the athletic region of campus.
  • The Fishbowl is in the center of the Oak Lane Community, which provides residential living areas for Fraternity and Sorority Life organizations. It features recreational fields, volleyball courts, basketball courts, and a pavilion that may be reserved by on-campus groups.
  • Upper Quad is home to the Corps of Cadets and encompasses Pearson Hall East and West, academic buildings Shanks Hall and Major Williams Hall, as well as the historic Lane Hall in the center. Features include the ranger outdoor training area, memorial, and large traditional VT shaped quad.
  • The Creativity and Innovation District Residence Hall does not have a quad; however, the entrance features chairs and tables and green space.
  • Donaldson Brown Hall, home to the Graduate Life Center, does not have a quad; however, the entrance has a seating area and large lawn.

You can view a full campus map here.

What is your preferred room style?

For more details, download our most recent comparison chart.

Please note: We have Gender Inclusive Housing options available across all room types and within all Living-Learning Programs. Learn more here.

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Affiliated Communities

Oak Lane Community
Oak Lane
Cadets outside Pearson Hall
The Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets