|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|
The Division of Student Affairs is excited to partner with you in providing the co-curricular and personal support necessary for your student to achieve success while attending Virginia Tech. We focus on the importance of promoting student learning while providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for all. While at Virginia Tech, your student will find multiple opportunities to get involved in campus activities and make positive contributions to the university and surrounding communities.
Originally aired on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at Noon, EST
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This webinar is brought to you by Virginia Tech University Scholarships and Financial Aid and Division of Student Affairs New Student and Family Programs.
The Family of the Year award is presented by the Division of Student Affairs to acknowledge the people who are so important to our students—as mentors, collaborators, friends, advocates, and guides. This award honors a parent, family member, or family of a current Virginia Tech student who has made a significant impact on the student’s college success. The Family of the Year Award winner will receive the following honors:
Nomination Deadline is March 15, 2015 by 11:59 p.m.
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.