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Graduate School programs are offered at several Virginia Tech campuses and facilities throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Some programs and classes are site specific, while others are available at more than one campus.

Visit this webpage to learn about the history of the university's graduate centers.

Note: International students on F1 or J1 student visas can only be admitted to the Blacksburg or National Capital Region campuses.

The Graduate School offers many programs and classes online. A full list of online programs can be found at the Virginia Tech Online webpage, and the Graduate School catalog.

This is the main campus of Virginia Tech’s Graduate School. It is home to the Graduate Life Center and most of the student body at Virginia Tech.

Contact Information

Phone: (540) 231-8636


Graduate Life Center at Donaldson Brown
155 Otey Street
Graduate School, Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061

The GLC in the fall

The Virginia Tech Hampton Roads Centers offer an array of educational services to meet the needs of working professionals.

Contact Information

Phone: (757) 594-7433

Virginia Beach Location

1444 Diamond Springs Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23455

Newport News Location

600 Thimble Shoals
Newport News, VA 23606

Hampton Roads Center Virginia Beach location
The Hampton Roads Centers' Virginia Beach location
Hampton Roads Center Newport News location
Hampton Roads Centers' Newport News location

The Provost's Website provides up-to-date information about the campuses in the greater Washington, D.C., metro area. Read the latest news here.

The Virginia Tech Falls Church Campus currently is the university's primary teaching location for graduate programs in the greater Washington, D.C., metro area. 

The Innovation Campus in Alexandria is under construction and expected to open for classes in fall 2024. For information about the Innovation Campus and the programs that will be housed there, visit the Innovation Campus page.

The Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center (WAAC) serves as an urban extension of the Virginia Tech School of Architecture + Design, in the College of Architecture, Arts, and Design, and houses several programs.

The Virginia Tech Research Center in Arlington (VTRC-A) is home to graduate programs in Data AnalyticsScience and Technology in Society, and the School of Public and International Affairs. Many research programs around the theme of national security are also located there.

Virginia Tech and the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC, in a partnership with Children's National Hospital, occupy 12,000 square feet of space on the hospital's research and innovation campus in Washington, D.C.

The Washington, D.C., area student events calendar can be found on this page.

You can also find information on the Virginia Tech Greater Washington, D.C., Metro Area website. 


Graduate School Contact Information

Phone: (703)-538-8327
Fax: (703)-538-8320

Graduate School offices at the Northern Virginia Center

7054 Haycock Road
Falls Church, VA 22043

The Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Center, home to several graduate programs
The Northern Virginia Center in Falls Church
an architectural rendering of the future Innovation Campus's first academic building
Architectural rendering of the first Innovation Campus academic building.

The Virginia Tech Richmond Center provides complete degree programs for working professionals in the capital region of the Commonwealth, as well as hosts a variety of workshops and certificate programs.

Contact Information

Phone: (804) 662-7288
Fax: (804) 662-7298


2810 Parham Road, Suite 300
Richmond, VA 23294

A photo of the Richmond Campus on Parham Road

Roanoke is the home to the university’s ninth college, the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and the adjoining Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC, which houses several graduate programs. Both stes are part of the VTC Health Sciences and Technology Campus in the Roanoke Innovation Corridor.


Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at VTC
2 Riverside Circle
Roanoke, VA 24016

The Virginia Tech Roanoke Center is a joint venture with 13 other higher education institutions. It provides several educational programs as well as hosts an array of workshops and training programs.


Roanoke Higher Education Center, Suite 701
108 North Jefferson Street
Roanoke, VA 24016

A photo of the multistory Roanoke Higher Education Building in downtown Roanoke

The Virginia Tech Southwest Center offers an array of educational services to meet the needs of working professionals in the southwest region of the Commonwealth.

Contact Information

Phone: (276) 619-4311
Fax: (276) 619-4309


P.O. Box 1987
One Partnership Circle
Abingdon, VA 24210

A photo of the curved exterior of the Southwest Center building in Abingdon