First and foremost, VMI is a college


Consistently recognized as one of America's top colleges.

Consistently ranked in the top tier of engineering programs.

By U.S. News & World Report and Peterson’s Guide to Competitive Colleges. U.S. News ranks VMI’s engineering programs among the 20 best in America. For eight consecutive years, U.S.News has also named VMI as one of the nation’s top three public liberal arts colleges.

These projects are supplied by local industries who are members of the Cooperative Engineering Center. The cadets have an industry engineer and a faculty member as advisors. These advisors are to help keep the cadets on track, but not to help them solve the problem.

The cadets must write a formal design report and give an oral report to supporting industry.

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These projects are supplied by local industries who are members of the Cooperative Engineering Center. The cadets have an industry engineer and a faculty member as advisors. These advisors are to help keep the cadets on track, but not to help them solve the problem. These projects are supplied by local industries wh

 o are members of the Cooperative Engineering Center. The cadets have an industry engineer and a faculty me
mber as advisors. These advisors are to help keep the cadets on track, but not to help them solve the problem.

 

VMI offers many advantages to men and women students who are interested in majoring in engineering. VMI offers a balance between theory and practical hands-on engineering with three accredited engineering programs: Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering.

Advantages of attending a small undergraduate college like VMI include: Small classes where professors know you personally Full-time professors with Ph.D. degrees who teach the classes and grade the assignments Placement rate of 97 percent for VMI graduates to employment or graduate or professional schools within four months of graduation.

If you are interested in the military, you can earn a commission in the Army, Air Force, Navy, or Marine Corps, but this is not a requirement of VMI graduation.

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