The press box atop Foster Stadium is undergoing a $1.7 million renovation designed to give the Keydets instant replay capabilities, plus make more room for coaches.
Bill Boland '73, president of the VMI Board of Visitors, will address the Institute's December graduates.
Nancy Giordano will speak at VMI's 2019-20 academic convocation, to be held Wednesday, Sept. 4, in Cameron Hall.
The second largest class in VMI's history, numbering 515, arrived Saturday, Aug. 17, to begin their VMI cadetships and the Rat Line.
VMI is ranked 22nd overall among national liberal arts colleges, and 11th nationwide for social mobility, in recently released 2019 college rankings.
Strategic futurist Nancy Giordano, speaker at VMI's academic convocation, told cadets that qualities such as empathy and integrity will be essential in the future.
The Institute maintains its status among the top four public colleges nationwide, according to U.S. News, and 72nd out of more than 200 national liberal arts colleges.
VMI’s superintendent, Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III '62, announced his support for a business-inspired higher education campaign, Growth4VA.
This year, new cadets are once again scaling Lexington's iconic landmark, House Mountain, as part of Rat Challenge.
A memorial service for Gottwald, a prominent alumnus, will be held Friday, Oct. 25, at 10 a.m. at First Presbyterian Church in Richmond.
Retired Gen. Joseph Votel spoke at the 10th annual VMI Leadership Conference. This year's conference was titled "Disruption: Challenging Leadership at Every Turn."
A former secretary of the U.S. Air Force will address the Corps of Cadets at a convocation marking the 180th anniversary of the Founding of VMI on Nov. 11.
Former Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James addressed the VMI community and outside guests on the 180th anniversary of the Institute's founding.
Col. Donald K. Jamison, VMI Class 1957, who returned to VMI after graduation and served the Institute for years with distinction, passed away on Nov. 19, 2019, at the age of 85.
Lt. Col. Ashleigh Smythe, associate professor of biology, will discuss the migration of nematodes after the 2011 tsunami in Japan on public radio’s With Good Reason.
Tze Ting Chiu '18 will earn a master's in global affairs through the Schwarzman Scholars program at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.
Two members of the economics and business department will discuss patterns in housing and access to credit on public radio.
Virginia Military Institute comes in as the top public liberal arts college in the nation in terms of return on investment, according to a recently released study.
Col. William “Bill” Wyatt has been named director of communications and marketing at Virginia Military Institute effective Feb.10.
One cadet and two faculty members were selected to receive Fulbright grants from the U.S. Department of State for the 2019-20 academic year.
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.
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.
In light of the Centers for Disease Control’s recent update regarding coronavirus (COVID-19), VMI is continuing to take steps to prevent and prepare for an outbreak.
With cadets and most faculty away from post this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic, it might be easy to assume that VMI is “shut down.” That, however, is far from the truth.
Col. Howard Sanborn will discuss his recent visit to Hong Kong on public radio’s With Good Reason
Donald “Donny” M. Wilkinson, VMI Class of 1961, who served the Institute loyally after graduation, passed away on April 13 at the age of 82.
The Environment Virginia Symposium has been recognized by the Virginia Green Travel Alliance with the Virginia Green Travel Star Award.
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.
A letter to the Corps of Cadets, faculty, staff, and VMI alumni regarding current events.
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.
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
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.
The Corps will return to Virginia Military Institute this fall after their longest separation from post in the 181-year history of the Institute.