Congratulations Class of 2021

As VMI graduates celebrate near and far, the Institute invites you to view any events you may have missed on the Graduation page. Rah Va Mil! Rah 21!

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VMI Community Updates

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

  • Tailgating and picnics are still prohibited on post at this time. Home sporting events continue to have their own regulations regarding spectators, and the most up-to-date information can always be found on vmikeydets.com.
  • The latest Institute Report is now available for online reading and download.
  • Registration for summer classes for cadets and visiting students is now open, as is registration for the Summer Transition Program.
  • Construction projects are ongoing and visitors to the area surrounding VMI are encouraged to note all posted warnings and notices.

Maj Gen Cedric Wins speaking to the Corps

Wins '85 Appointed 15th Superintendent

Following a professional, thoughtful, and thorough search, the VMI Board of Visitors has voted to appoint Maj. Gen. Cedric T. Wins '85 to the position of superintendent. The Institute looks forward to the continued leadership of MG Wins, who has served as interim superintendent since November 2020.

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News from Post

More Than 180 Commission in Joint Ceremony

Under blue skies in Foster Stadium, more than 180 young men and women, most of them VMI cadets, commissioned into the armed services May 15 in the annual ROTC Joint Commissioning Ceremony. The ceremony was also livestreamed for family and friends who could not attend the event in person.

Cadet Logs Miles, Raises Funds for Operation Enduring Warrior

Will Duffy ’22 was weak in the knees in the final days of the academic year. Not because of exams or the multiple parades and trainings that happen, but because of the challenge he signed up for to help others.

VMI Board of Visitors sets tuition and fees, elects new officers, approves name changes

In its first two-day, in-person meeting since the pandemic, the Virginia Military Institute Board of Visitors took action on a number of important items including setting tuition and fees for the 2021-22 academic year, electing new officers, and contextualizing a number of features on post.

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