Cindy Bither
Administrative Assistant
P: (540) 464-7207
F: (540) 464-7443

111 Smith Hall
Lexington, VA 24450

News and Features

  • New VMI Board of Visitors Members Appointed

    LEXINGTON, Va., June 3, 2015 – Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced Tuesday the appointment of four new members of the Board of Visitors. Beginning their four-year terms this summer are Lara Tyler Chambers ’03, Brian Detter, David Miller ’70, and Gene Scott ’80.Read More →
  • VMI Foundation Announces Service Award Recipient

    Jimmy Rogers Summary
    LEXINGTON, Va., June 2, 2015 – James E. Rogers ’67 has been selected to receive the VMI Foundation’s highest honor, its Distinguished Service Award. Rogers has served in several positions with the VMI Foundation and is vice chairman of VMI’s $225 million fundraising campaign. He served on the VMI Board of Visitors from 2004 to 2012.Read More →
  • Summer Renovations to Affect Car and Foot Traffic Flow

    LEXINGTON, Va., May 27, 2015 –Both vehicular and pedestrian traffic flow on post will be affected this summer by ongoing renovations that are part of the Corps Physical Training Facilities project. Cormack Hall is expected to reopen by the end of the month, while Cocke Hall will close for renovations as Cormack reopens.  Read More →
  • ‘Through Failure, and Through Love, We Grow'

    LEXINGTON, Va., May 16, 2015 – In today's graduation ceremony in Cameron Hall, 317 cadets crossed the stage.  Speakers were Dominion Resources CEO Thomas F. Farrell II, valedictorian Henry W. Meredith, and class president William H. Connerley.Read More →
  • 'Your Duty Is Leadership'

    LEXINGTON, Va., May 15, 2015 – Approximately 150 VMI cadets commissioned into the armed services earlier today in a joint commissioning ceremony held in Cameron Hall. Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III ’62, Institute superintendent, reminded those commissioning that their service is a fulfillment of the Institute’s mission of creating citizen-soldiers. “VMI is proud of you,” said Peay. “Our country is fortunate to have you and your decision to lead.”Read More →
  • Professor to Discuss War and Forensic Anthropology

    Public Presentation
    LEXINGTON, Va., May 14, 2015 – Virginia Military Institute associate professor Lt. Col. Bradley L. Coleman ’95 will be heard on the public radio show With Good Reason the week of May 16.  He will talk about how the need to identify the bodies of American soldiers killed in the Korean War led to the development of the field of forensic anthropology.Read More →
  • VMI in Top 20 in Brookings Value Rankings

    LEXINGTON, Va., May 8, 2015 – VMI was one of only two Virginia colleges and universities ranked in the top 20 nationwide by the Brookings Institution in a recent report on the value-added earnings of midcareer alumni. Researchers at Brookings, an independent think tank based in Washington, D.C., calculated VMI’s value-added score at 38 percent.Read More →
  • Cormack Renovation Nears Completion

    LEXINGTON, Va., May 5, 2015 – The completion of renovations to Cormack Hall, just weeks away, will mark a major milestone in Corps Physical Training Facilities project, a $122 million investment in the physical fitness of the Corps of Cadets.  Work continues on the Indoor Training Facility and has just begun on Cocke Hall.Read More →
  • Honors Week Features Society Inductions

    Honors Week Summary
    LEXINGTON, Va., April 17, 2015 – A number of Virginia Military Institute cadets were inducted into academic honor societies, and 21 cadets gave honors thesis presentations, during VMI Honors Week in late March.Read More →
  • Bay Commission Official Receives Erchul Award

    LEXINGTON, Va., April 1, 2015 – The 2015 Environment Virginia Symposium opened yesterday with the presentation of VMI’s Erchul Environmental Leadership Award to Jack Frye of Richmond, Virginia director of the Chesapeake Bay Commission.Read More →