The Institute ranks among the top 10 liberal arts colleges in the nation, according to Money magazine. VMI was the only publicly funded school included among the 10.
For the second time in three years, a VMI cadet—Alec Hoopes ’19—has been ranked number one in the nation by the U.S. Army Cadet Command.
Revitalized this year, the VMI e-Club brings together cadets of all majors who are interested in entrepreneurship, creativity, and innovation.
Cadets were on hand last Friday night to offer their appreciation to members of the Institute Society for their contributions to the Institute.
VMI fielded two Ranger Challenge teams at Fort Knox Oct. 24-28, finishing in second and third place overall. Their performance represents the best ever result in the military brigade competition.
Milana Hogan spoke during the Leadership Conference today in Gillis Theater and was the first speaker in VMI’s Caroline Dawn Wortham ’12 lecture series.
GRIT, as defined by VMI’s Center for Leadership and Ethics, is exemplified by growth, resilience, integrity, and tenacity—virtues on display at this year's Leadership Conference.
Former U.S Secretary of Education William Bennett and Medal of Honor recipient Clint Romesha will speak in Marshall Hall's Gillis Theatre Monday as part of the VMI Leadership Conference.
Col. Jamie Inman ’86, VMI's chief of staff, will speak at this year’s December graduation ceremony in Jackson Memorial Hall Wednesday, Dec. 19.
Cadets enrolled in national security minor pair research and real-world learning, allowing a select number of cadets to take on more challenge than the Institute already offers