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VMI produces leaders and individuals whose daily lives reflect the integrity, fairness, and appreciation for the value of hard work that is instilled at the Institute.
VMI: an undergraduate experience like no other. Since 1839, this historic military college has produced leaders of integrity and honor. The Institute is ranked #5 in the nation for return on investment by Money Magazine.
Cadets participate in a challenging four-year core curriculum of 14 nationally recognized majors in engineering, the sciences, and the humanities, with an array of enrichment opportunities. The Institute boasts a student to teacher ratio of 10:1.
VMI boasts one of the leading Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) programs in the United States. The program challenges cadets to focus on strengthening both mind and body while pursuing ideals of discipline, honor, and respect. The Institute also offers one of only 14 Coast Guard Auxiliary University Programs in the nation.
VMI inspires and is committed to excellence. The Corps of Cadets is able to utilize the training offered by a 24/7 military environment and apply a mindset of overcoming adversity towards their academic and athletic goals, and for those who commission, towards exemplary military service.
VMI believes that all cadets are athletes and all athletes are cadets. Athletics at VMI form an integral part of the mission to develop the whole person. The Keydets participate in NCAA Division I.
VMI is deeply connected to its alumni and the surrounding Lexington community. There are a number of opportunities across post for the public to support the Institute's mission and cadets, seeing first-hand what makes VMI no ordinary college.
COL Travis L. HomiakCommanding Officer2096 Kilbourne Hall540-464-7275NROTCVM@vmi.eduBIO - COL Homiak
CMDCS (AW/SW/IW) Shawn M. WingleCommand Senior Chief2096 Kilbourne Hall540firstname.lastname@example.org BIO - CMDCS Wingle
CDR James SullenExecutive Officer2089 Kilbourne Hall540email@example.comBIO - CDR James Sullen
LT Michael W. AdamsNaval Science Instructor2079 Kilbourne Hall540firstname.lastname@example.orgBIO - LT Adams
LT Allan J. BrudwickNaval Science Instructor2080 Kilbourne Hall540email@example.comBIO - LT Brudwick
LT Daniel P. FranceschinaNaval Science Instructor2083 Kilbourne Hall540firstname.lastname@example.org BIO - LT Franceschina
LT Daniel T. GartrellNaval Science Instructor2082 Kilbourne Hall540email@example.comBIO - LT Gartrell
LT Christopher D. HughesNaval Science Instructor2094 Kilbourne Hall540firstname.lastname@example.orgBIO - LT Hughes
Maj Mark S. ReaserMarine Officer Instructor2090 Kilbourne Hall email@example.comBIO - Maj. Reaser
Capt Phillip S. HalyMarine Officer Instructor2090 Kilbourne Hall firstname.lastname@example.orgBIO - Capt Haly
GySgt Claude A HendersonAssistant Marine Officer Instructor2088 Kilbourne Hall email@example.comBIO - GySgt Henderson
Lori BallardHuman Resources Assistant2104A Kilbourne Hall firstname.lastname@example.org
Kellie FunkHuman Resources Assistant2104B Kilbourne Hall email@example.com
Todd A. FunkSupply2110 Kilbourne Hall firstname.lastname@example.org
Rick D. SchemehornHuman Resources Assistant2094 Kilbourne Hall email@example.com
Mary Beth T. SchulzExecutive Secretary2097 Kilbourne Hall firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary T. Schulz
2097 Kilbourne Hall
Virginia Military Institute
Lexington, VA 24450