Virginia Military Institute, in partnership with the Department of Health, is hosting two free COVID testing events. Both are open to the public, and social distancing will be strictly maintained.
In the execution of one of the most important responsibilities of VMI’s governing board, the appointment and oversight of the superintendent, the committee will work toward finding the Institute’s next great leader.
Accepting an invitation to an event fully organized by cadets on the evening of Oct. 28, Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III '62 bid farewell to the Corps of Cadets. He was presented flags signed by each class, and was asked to lead the Corps in an Old Yell for the Class of 1962.
Brigadier General Robert W. Moreschi, Acting Superintendent, addresses the VMI community regarding his appointment and the Institute's path forward, including recent actions by the Board of Visitors.
The VMI Board of Visitors today took bold and unanimous action to move VMI forward.
Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III '62, VMI Superintendent, submitted his resignation letter to the VMI Board of Visitors on Oct. 26, 2020.
Letter from John William Boland, President of the Board of Visitors, accepting the resignation of Gen. J. H. Binford Peay III '62, VMI Superintendent
Today, the Superintendent tendered his resignation to the Board of Visitors. The Board of Visitors accepted it with deep regret.
Mr. John W. Boland, President of the VMI Board of Visitors, responds to the letter from Governor Ralph Northam regarding review of culture, policies, procedures, and equity at VMI
Gen. Peay updates the VMI community on changes to operational procedures for Fall 2020.