|Campus Alcohol Abuse Prevention Center||Dining Services||Recreational Sports|
|Career Sevices||Fraternity and Sorority Life||Schiffert Health Center|
|Cook Counseling Center||Housing and Residence Life||Services for Students with Disabilities|
|Corps of Cadets||Leadership Education Collaborative||Student Advocacy|
|Cranwell International Center||Multicultural Programs and Services||Student Centers and Activities|
|Dean of Students Office||New Student and Family Programs||Student Conduct|
New Student and Family Programs welcomes all new Hokies and their families to Virginia Tech and is responsible for helping in the transition to college life.
Worried about missing out on quality Virginia Tech time between orientation and the beginning of the semester? Look no further than Hokie Camp. Students will travel to the W. E. Skelton 4-H Educational Conference Center at Smith Mountain Lake to learn about Virginia Tech traditions, get in the Hokie Spirit, and find out just what it means to be a Hokie. Sign up for for your Hokie Camp session on Hokie SPA!
When you first get to Virginia Tech, there will be a whirlwind of experiences for you to be a part of. The Hokie Hi Welcome starts with moving in and goes throughout your first weekend on campus with tons of awesome events.
Make plans now to attend Spring Family Weekend, scheduled for April 25-27, 2014. Events include the Family Tailgate, the Virginia Tech Spring football game, the introduction of the 2014 Virginia Tech Family of the Year, and the International Street Fair.
The list of events for Family Weekend is continually being updated. Keep checking back for new events to be listed. Families will receive a printed Family Weekend schedule at check-in. To help us plan please complete the free Spring Family Weekend registration.
The latest issue of the Hokie Family E-Newsletter is now available online. Check out the latest information, dates, and deadlines that keep Virginia Tech parents and families informed.
Students learn wherever they are, not just in class. The Division of Student Affairs helps provide a balanced and engaging learning environment that can truly enrich personal growth. Student government, living-learning communities, and service-learning projects are just a few of the many types of programs we provide. Donations to Student Affairs help Virginia Tech supplement academics with hands-on experiences that prepare young adults to reach their maximum potential. Please make your gift today by visiting the university’s secure, online giving page and choosing Student Affairs from the list of designations for your support.
New Student and Family Programs (0255)
109 E. Eggleston Hall
500 Drillfield Drive Blacksburg, VA 24061