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Our mission is to connect Virginia Tech alumni, students, and parents across the New River Valley. The New River Valley Chapter promotes and supports the university's priorities in education, research, public service, and legislative advocacy. Many of our activities help raise money for our scholarship fund, allowing our organization to provide scholarships for incoming Hokies from New River Valley high schools. We also have fun; come out and join us!
2020 Black Alumni Reunion
Friday, April 17

2020 Black Alumni Reunion

Save the date! Our next reunion will be April 17 - 19, 2020. In the meantime, email Latanya Walker if you are interested in volunteering or would like to nominate an alumnus or alumna for a Virginia Tech Influential Black Alumni Award....

Reunion Weekend 2020
Thursday, June 4

Reunion Weekend 2020

  We are excited to welcome our alumni back to campus for Reunion Weekend 2020! We are celebrating milestone class anniversaries from 1975 to 2015, but all Hokies are welcome. Hotel registration blocks will be available soon! Registration will be available in early 2020.

Lance Collins selected to lead Innovation Campus

Lance Collins selected to lead Innovation Campus

Lance R. Collins, the Joseph Silbert Dean of Engineering at Cornell University, has been selected as the inaugural vice president and executive director of Virginia Tech’s new Innovation Campus in Alexandria....

Lance Collins selected to lead Innovation Campus

Lance Collins selected to lead Innovation Campus

Lance R. Collins, the Joseph Silbert Dean of Engineering at Cornell University, has been selected as the inaugural vice president and executive director of Virginia Tech’s new Innovation Campus in Alexandria....

President Tim Sands spotlights Virginia Tech's goals and growth

President Tim Sands spotlights Virginia Tech's goals and growth

Growth is good. And for Virginia Tech, this is not only evident in the record surge of first-year students who landed in Blacksburg last month. In his fourth State of the University address on Friday afternoon, President Tim Sands explained to the campus and community crowd that Virginia Tech’s growth is happening in many ways and in many places....