BRING YOUR STRENGTH
What's your strength?
One of ours is the Virginia Tech commitment to diversity and inclusion. Attracting and retaining the best students and faculty from all walks of life allows us to build a community of engaged citizens who possess the cultural competence to thrive in any environment.
Maybe you know where your strength will take you.
Maybe you're still searching for what drives you. Either way, you've already come this far.
And we're ready to help you discover your role.
BLEND YOUR INTERESTS
You'll work in teams alongside others from diverse academic and cultural backgrounds to blend your interests.
By assembling complex areas of cross-disciplinary learning and discovery, Virginia Tech is becoming a global magnet for talent. We call these "destination areas," where we focus on improving equity and the human condition by tackling the world's biggest, baddest problems.
And we're nimble. When the global-scale problems change, we adapt.
December 1, 2017
Submission deadline for the freshman application for admission
December 7, 2017
Submission deadline for the general scholarship application
ENGAGE IN HANDS-ON LEARNING
There’s a Latin phrase you’ll come to know well: Ut Prosim.
It means “That I May Serve.” It’s our motto.
Because as a land-grant university, our purpose is to serve through teaching and learning and by sharing knowledge worldwide. Practicing our motto can be as simple as lending a hand in troubled communities or as complex as combating malaria through genetically based mosquito-control strategies.
CREATE A WORLD OF GOOD
Research starts in many areas at the undergraduate level, and opportunities for real-world application abound. Traveling abroad to see the potential impact of your work is available throughout all colleges.
State-of-the-art technology will provide unique avenues for engagement, and you'll have access to faculty who lead their field from the first day.
Sophomore Danielle Jeffers is balancing her education and her entrepreneurial pursuits ― all with the mission of helping students pay their way through college.