Institute leadership continues to communicate important information for cadets, their families, faculty & staff, and the VMI community at-large:
VMI will conduct matriculation for the inbound class of 2025 in a manner that not only ensures the health and safety of the newest incoming class, but also their families and the entire VMI community. Matriculants will be phased in throughout the day on Saturday, 21 August. They will be notified via their VMI email of the time to report. Full details, schedule, event map, and frequently asked questions are available at www.vmi.edu/matriculation.
Another important document to review prior to arrival on Post is the VMI Unifying Action Plan which reinforces the focus on the Cadet as an individual committed to the unifying principles of ‘One Corps, One VMI’.
Lt. Col. Patrick Rhamey, associate professor of international studies and political science at Virginia Military Institute, will discuss U.S.—China relations on public radio’s With Good Reason July 31-Aug. 6 in an episode titled “Entangling Alliances.”
Col. Marcelo Goncalez has a well-worn passport and a track record of travel to a multitude of international competitions. At the end of this month, he will travel to Tokyo, Japan, as a technical delegate for modern pentathlon, a lesser-known Olympic sport that is a personal passion.
Maj. Gen. Wins ’85, VMI Superintendent, recently addressed the entire Corps of Cadets regarding his stance on Title IX violations, the recent article published by the Washington Post, and VMI’s commitment to each and every cadet’s success.