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Photo of cadets walking on post in the fall with VMI logo and text of Fall 2020 Operational Update

Update on Parents Weekend and Post Visitation

Changes have been made in order to protect the health and well-being of our cadets, faculty, and staff while preserving the in-person, academic and military mission of the Institute.

Photo of HR Director Lt. Col. Eleanor “Ellie” Kania

New Human Resources Director Perseveres through Pandemic

Lt. Col. Ellie Kania named director of human resources at VMI during global coronavirus pandemic.

A Statement from Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III '62

A letter to the Corps of Cadets, faculty, staff, and VMI alumni regarding current events.

Headshot - Photo courtesy of Pritzker Military Museum & Library

VMI Alumnus to Receive Pritzker Literature Award

VMI alumnus and military historian Col. David M. Glantz ‘63 is the 14th recipient of the prestigious Pritzker Military Museum & Library Literature Award for Lifetime Achievement in Military Writing.

VMI Details Plans for Fall Return to Post

The Corps will return to Virginia Military Institute this fall after their longest separation from post in the 181-year history of the Institute.

VMI Board of Visitors Adopts Budget, Sets Tuition and Fees

The VMI Board of Visitors approved a $95.5 million budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year that is $400,000 less than the previous year.

Governor Announces Appointment, Reappointments to VMI Board

Gov. Ralph Northam ’81 has appointed Lester Johnson Jr. ’95 of Richmond, Virginia, and Grover Outland III ’81 of Arnold, Maryland, to four-year terms

Construction workers place Col. Claudius Crozet, first president of the VMI Board of Visitors, in his final resting place seven feet from his previous resting place on Friday morning.—VMI Photo by Kelly Nye.

VMI Burial Site of Col. Claudius Crozet Shifts Yet Again

The remains of Col. Claudius Crozet, first president of the VMI Board of Visitors, were moved Friday, June 12, to their fourth, and hopefully final, resting place.

A Statement from Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III '62, 4 June 2020

A letter to the Corps of Cadets, faculty, staff, and VMI alumni regarding current events.

Photo courtesy of Roanoke College Office of Communications and Marketing

TAPS—Col. D. Rae Carpenter Jr.

Col. D. Rae Carpenter Jr., former head of the physics department at VMI, passed away on May 26 at Kendal of Lexington at the age of 92.