As a current graduate student at Virginia Tech, you have lots of resources at your disposal. We’ve curated some of the most important items for you here. Additionally, we post new information and opportunities every week in the Graduate Life Center weekly announcements and you can find Graduate School and Graduate Life Center activities and events on the community calendar.
You'll find information about the university's plans for fall 2020 here, the Graduate School guidelines for fall semester on this page, and information from Dean DePauw and graduate school leadership about the fall semester here.
Dates for class sessions, university breaks, course request and registration, exams, and more
There are many academic support services provided to students, from the Writing Center to time management counseling
A handy guide for who to contact for information and assistance
We believe in an inclusive, welcoming graduate community. Find out about our inclusion and diversity focused programs and events
This is where you will find services and applications, including the Canvas learning management system, parking, payroll, ticket sales, and other information.
Find the forms you need for admission, enrollment, academic progress, and graduation
Information on the academic programs and policies of the Graduate School at Virginia Tech
Learn what is expected of you as a student, along with what to do if you encounter someone not practicing our policies.
Information and resources on employment, childcare, and work life grants.
A link to the Graduate School's Frequently Asked Questions page associated with COVID-19 directives and changes
A link to a page full of tips to help faculty and students with preliminary and final exams conducted on Zoom.
What is expected of students, faculty, and staff to maintain a dynamic, productive, and inclusive academic environment.
The Graduate School, along with several partners, offers a range of classes, workshops, and events to help you prepare for a career in or outside of the academy.
Information about registering for classes, housing, and everything else you need to know to get started as a Virginia Tech student
Learn about services such as day care, health services, and immigration advising
GSA, the governing body of graduate students, works to improve campus life, scholarly development, and graduate community.
The ombudsperson provides a safe, neutral, and confidential place to discuss concerns
Employment opportunities, assistantships, scholarships, and other sources of financial assistance.
Information about on-campus and off-campus housing resources.
Resources for students who are enrolled in online degree programs and may not have access to a physical campus.
Find out about events for graduate students.