Extracurricular Activities and Clubs

Cadets are encouraged to participate in an extracurricular activity of their choice. Stay up to date with these clubs and more VMI activities at our  VMI Cadet Life Facebook  page.

VMI Extracurricular Activities and Club Policy

Cadet Activity Fees AY 2012-2013 

For information contact: Maj. Perry

Academic Clubs and Societies
American Chemical Society
American Society of Civil Engineers
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Economics and Business Association
Cadet Investment Group
English Society
Honors Forum
Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers
International Relations
Pre-Law Society
Society of Physics Students
Tau Beta Pi

Cadets write, edit, and manage The Bomb.  VMI's yearbook chronicles events and experiences. The Bomb was first published in 1885 and has been published continuously since 1897.

The Bomb

To purchase a 2013-2014 Bomb (to be distributed Fall 2014) fill out the following order form and send along with a check to:

Monika Dickens
418 VMI Parade
Room 3-117 Lejeune Hall
Virginia Military Institute
Lexington, VA 24450

If you have questions or want to order a previous year of The Bomb, email Monika Dickens at Dickensmb@vmi.edu or call 540-464-7325.

The Cadet Newspaper

To order a newspaper go to: http://www.cadetpublications.com

Special Interest Clubs
Acoustic Guitar
Android/iphone App
Ballroom Dance
Big Red
Civil War Roundtable
College Republicans
College Democrats
Eagle Scouts
Fishing Club
Knitting and Crocheting
Marksmanship Club
Recycling Club
Scuba Club
Soaring Club
Yell Leaders 
Armed Forces Aviation
Arnold Air Society
Association of the U.S. Army
Cadet Battery
Marshall-New Market Battalion
Ranger Challenge
Semper Fi Society
Tanker Platoon
Trident Society
Special Actions Detachment
Baptist Student Union
Canterbury Fellowship
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Lutheran Student Union
Newman Club
Officers Christian Fellowship
Presbyterian Campus Ministry
Religious Council
United Methodist Christian Fellowship
Service Clubs

VMI offers a number of opportunities to learn about service at the local, national, and international levels. Classroom experiences and hands-on participation in community projects give cadets an awareness of the importance of service in the lives of citizen-soldiers. 

Learn more about how to get involved with service programs at VMI.

Blood Mobile
Cadet Program Board
Cadet Recreation Committee
Emergency Response Team
International Club
Search and Rescue Squad
Timber Framers
Engineers Without Borders

Music and Theatre
Commanders jazz ensemble
Glee Club
Herald Trumpets
Men in Grey a cappella group
Pipes and Drums
Progressive Music Club
Brass Ensemble
Regimental Band
Timmins-Gentry Music Society