The Honorable Mark Esper, secretary of the Army, visited post April 11 to speak with Army ROTC cadets and faculty as part of his tour of all six senior military colleges.
Construction of VMI's new $41.275 million aquatics center is expected to begin next spring immediately adjacent and connected to the Corps Physical Training Facility.
One of VMI's most heavily used academic buildings is about to undergo a $43.2 million renovation.
Six cadets competed in Italy at the 18th annual International Competition on the Law of Armed Conflict. VMI placed second among 28 teams representing 15 nations.
Three VMI boxers earned national titles, and seven fighters earned All-America honors in the USIBA national tournament in Syracuse over spring furlough.
Annika Tice ’19, the first VMI cadet since 2001 to receive a Fulbright award, will use the opportunity to teach English in the Ivory Coast.
The VMI Board of Visitors is expected to take action on tuition and mandatory fees for all in-state and out-of-state students at its May 4 meeting.
Gov. Ralph Northam ’81 stressed his administration’s commitment to stewardship of the commonwealth’s water, air, and land at the Environment Virginia Symposium.
Nineteen cadets presented their research during Honors Week, with many choosing projects informed by the communities in which they grew up.
VMI’s ROTC unit is the only in the nation to participate in field testing the Army Combat Fitness Test that will soon be required for every U.S. Army soldier.