Parade Canceled - Due to impending inclement weather, Friday's parade has been canceled.
Interested students and families hear from VMI cadet during post tour.

An Inside Look

Open house weekends offer a chance to learn about rigorous academic and ROTC programs and daily cadet life that make VMI No Ordinary College. An overnight in barracks allows interested students to speak directly with current cadets about the benefits of VMI. Register for remaining slots for the fall today!

VMI Community Updates

Institute leadership continues to communicate important information for cadets, their families, faculty & staff, and the VMI community at-large:

  VMI Community: To receive important information concerning emergencies, weather, traffic, and parking, text the word "Keydet" to 772-95.

Cadets and family members on parade ground

Family Weekend Oct. 7-9

The VMI community is looking forward to hosting cadet families this October for a fun and memorable family weekend! The schedule is full of exciting events from athletic competitions, to performing arts productions, to interactions with faculty and staff. Find detailed schedules and information about visiting the Lexington area to start your planning today!

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News from Post

VMI Cadet Earns Conference Recognition

Chris Kushner ’24, a biology major and honors student at Virginia Military Institute, took his research and some creativity to a recent virtual conference and came away with deserved recognition from the judges.

A Look Back: 25 Years of Women

The women of VMI were celebrated on post Sept. 8-10, with more than 200 alumnae and their families returning to Lexington. Alumnae panels offered insight on post-graduation paths, highlighting how the VMI experience helped them get to where they are today.

Peay to be Recognized with VMI’s Highest Honor

The Virginia Military Institute Board of Visitors voted unanimously to honor Gen. J.H. Binford Peay III ’62, superintendent emeritus, with the school’s highest honor, the New Market Medal.

CCI @ VMI Symposium

The ProCyEd (Professional requirements to Cybersecurity Education) Research team at Virginia Military Institute hosted its first Commonwealth Cyber Initiative (CCI) Symposium on Sept. 21 in Marshall Hall. VMI participants demonstrated their research activities, products, demos, and posters.

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