January Wellness Toolkit
Live programming and content to jumpstart your 2021 wellness habits January 2021 is the perfect time to push the reset button and focus on making wellness a new habit for the new year. The VCU Alumni Wellness Toolkit provides tips, inspiration and events to help you stay well in seven key areas: career/financial, emotional, environmental, […]
Spread holiday cheer by supporting alumni-owned businesses
The VCU Office of Alumni Relations is proud to support small businesses near and far this weekend for Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. The alumni-owned business directory lists more than 250 businesses from around the country. Use the directory to find the perfect gifts for your family and friends this year. Spotlights Read about […]
VCU Alumni and MCVAA welcome new leaders
New presidents took office this month for both VCU Alumni and the MCV Alumni Association of VCU. Michael D. Whitlow (B.S.’74/MC) leads VCU Alumni’s board of governors, and Bronwyn Burnham (B.S.’89/P), sits at the helm of MCVAA’s board of trustees. Both bring deep connections to VCU and a strong passion to serve their alma mater […]
Meet Rams (virtually) in your city
COVID-19 has changed the landscape of alumni events, and we are adapting daily. We originally planned to hold in-person events in eight cities but now will hold two virtual Social in the City events Oct. 14 and Oct. 15. Even online, Social in the City is a great opportunity to connect with alumni and the […]
VCU programs retain top U.S. News & World Report rankings
The VCU School of the Arts ranked in the top 5 of the 2021 U.S. News & World Report rankings, and its Sculpture program retained its No. 1 spot.
Alumni A-10 tournament events canceled
Amid growing concern about the spread of COVID-19 (also called novel coronavirus), VCU’s priority is the health and safety of each member of our Ram family. To that end, VCU events in New York City around the A-10 tournament are canceled. This includes: – Thursday’s pregame reception at Barclays Center– Thursday’s Ram Fan Fest at […]
Adulting 101 Series: Adulting doesn’t have to be hard
The end of college is also the start of life as a VCU graduate. With the wide world of opportunities (and challenges) ahead, you can use a few life hacks to get your post-college journey off to a good start.
Jennifer Malat named dean of VCU College of Humanities and Sciences
Jennifer Malat, Ph.D., has been named dean of the Virginia Commonwealth University College of Humanities and Sciences effective July 1.