We’re for the environment—and each other
Curious. Technical. Earthy. Practical. Altruistic. Caring. Connected. Our students use all these words to describe themselves and our culture.
As a group, we’re defined by what we have in common: a shared concern for the environment. This concern takes many forms; that’s why students use so many words to describe themselves and what they do.
That’s also why we have so many opportunities for continuing to learn and making connections outside of the classroom. The rest is up to you.
Find your people and get involved
Get support when you need it
When you’re a student at Virginia Tech, you’ll find that you have many different families and individuals to turn to when you need support. If you run into some challenges, first reach out to your personal CNRE academic advisor. He or she can help with any academic issues or help you get connected with other campus services.
Live with other STEM majors in a LLC
Virginia Tech offers living-learning communities for students studying physical and quantitative sciences (Curie) and biological life sciences (Da Vinci). These communities are great ways to find people to live with who share your interests. They also provide opportunities for collaborating on projects, learning about new technology, organizing study sessions, and participating in professional networking events.
Settle in to your new home: Blacksburg
You’ll start getting to know your new home at orientation. Then, when the fall semester starts, make it a point to experience the best of Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, and the New River Valley. If you like the outdoors, you won’t be disappointed, but there are plenty of other activities to try and places to visit — we’d say about four years’ worth!