Coronavirus Updates - All events on Post through May 14 are cancelled, and Post is closed to the general public. More

Distance Learning at VMI

As distance learning begins, faculty and staff have made academic support and services available to cadets to enhance their digital learning experiences. Read more about available resources from The Miller Academic Center, Preston Library, and other Institute departments.

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VMI Community Updates

Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III '62, VMI superintendent, recently addressed a number of issues facing the Institute over the next few months:

  • Procedures regarding clearance of barracks available for Cadets and families
  • Arrangements being made for the Class of 2020 to attend December Commencement
  • Support for small group or individual commissioning ceremonies

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Photo of cadets lined up for Parade

VMI Named Top Fulbright Producer

The Institute was named a top-producing Fulbright institution after one cadet and two faculty members were selected to receive Fulbright grants this academic year. Read more about VMI's most recent Fulbright recipient Col. Sanborn.

News from Post

TAPS—Bruce C. Vandervort

Col. Bruce C. Vandervort, professor emeritus of history, died Thursday, March 4, at the age of 79. He was the editor of the Journal of Military History.

TAPS—Bill Badgett ‘53

Colonel William “Bill” D. Badgett ’53, professor emeritus of English and Fine Arts and the longest-serving faculty member in the history of VMI, passed away at the age of 88.

Superintendent's Newsletter More News

If you want to learn more about yourself,
your strengths and weaknesses, and want to
be around like-minded people…come to VMI. 
Miyah Boyd, '20

Cadet Boyd is a computer science major, vice president
of the VMI National Society of Black Engineers and
attending VMI on a full Army ROTC scholarship.

Learn More about the VMI Experience at Inside VMI