The 504 matriculants hail from 34 different states and four foreign countries, with 60 percent coming from Virginia.
For her senior capstone project, Bethany King ’18 is studying the caloric cost of the Rat Line under the guidance of Capt. Katherine Gorman of the physical education department.
Anthony Boese, an instructor in the Department of English, Rhetoric, and Humanistic Studies will speak on the implications of rising sea levels Aug. 12-18.
Though Lexington is not in the path of totality, if the skies are clear, local viewers can still expect an impressive show during the partial eclipse Aug. 21.
Marine 1st Lt. Benjamin Cross ’13 is presumed dead along with two other Marines after his MV-22 Osprey crashed off the northeast coast of Australia Saturday.
Ten cadets traveled to the French capital as part of a VMI-sponsored summer study program, French Language & Culture in Paris.
Two VMI cadets—Caroline Wojtas ’19 and Seth Shank ’18—spent the summer gaining experience outside the classroom with organizations focused on alleviating poverty.
Forbes, an American business magazine, has ranked VMI No. 11 on its list of “Top 25 Public Colleges with The Highest Earning Graduates” released on Wednesday.
The Chessie Nature Trail has been rerouted onto Old Buena Vista Road for a short distance near Route 11. The detour will be in place indefinitely on the trail.
Col. Jim Hentz, professor of international studies at Virginia Military Institute, will speak on the public radio program With Good Reason the week of July 22-28.
Among the projects currently underway are placing a new floor in Crozet Hall, putting a new roof on Cameron Hall, and fixing several leaks in the Clark King Pool.
Virginia Military Institute ranked 24th among public colleges across the country in Money Magazine’s annual college rankings that were released today.
Events held in past years at the Institute, including a fireworks display and a balloon rally, will be held at the Virginia Horse Center.
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools – Commission on Colleges has reaffirmed VMI’s accreditation for the next 10 years.
The Campaign for VMI has raised $323.6 million from 15,244 alumni and friends as of the end of May, and two weeks remain before the effort draws to a close.
The appointment of two new members of the Virginia Military Institute Board of Visitors and the reappointment of two current board members have been announced.
Virginia Military Institute ranked 33rd out of nearly 1,400 colleges and universities across the country in Payscale’s annual College Return on Investment Report.
VMI's fundraising campaign will conclude on June 30. With donations still being accepted, the campaign has already raised more than $322 million in gifts and commitments.
A new and reinvigorated math curriculum for 4th Class cadets whose majors do not require calculus will be launched in the fall of 2018.
Two cadets majoring in computer and information sciences recently created an interactive map of the VMI post as their senior capstone project, which is now available for use on VMI's website.