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FAQ’s: Spring Semester Questions Regarding Housing Returner Process, Housing Availability, and Off-Campus Housing

The Division of Student Affairs received some questions this spring centered around changes to returning student housing application process for 2024-25, general availability of on-campus housing for students, health and safety in the residence halls, and navigating the local off-campus housing market. Below are responses to those questions. Responses to Student Questions (1) VCU Housing […]

Division of Student Affairs Named One of Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs

The VCU Division of Student Affairs (DSA) was recently named one of the Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education and in collaboration with the American College Personnel Association (ACPA). This prestigious recognition is given to student affairs divisions in the United States that cultivate a workplace environment […]

Expressive Activity – Spring 2024

Dear Students, As you get settled into the fall semester, we want to share some information regarding expressive activity on campus. VCU is a very diverse community with a host of differing viewpoints reflecting each of our personal lenses through which we see, and experience, the world. This diversity of viewpoint and opinion is a […]

Welcome to the Spring 2024 Semester from VCU Division of Student Affairs

Dear Students, Welcome back! We missed you and are excited to see you back on campus. If you are a new student starting this semester, thank you for joining the Ramily! I am so glad you are here. Below are some opportunities, reminders, and updates I want to share with you now that the spring […]

VCU Students Earn Twenty Awards at National Student Media Conference

VCU student work through the Student Media Center recently earned 20 awards at the National College Media Association and Associated Press Convention in Atlanta. The conference is the largest gathering of collegiate journalists and media students in the nation. Four students from VCU — Jordan Kalafut, Jesse Anderson, Naomi Lilac Gordon and Andrew Kerley — […]

Annual Notification of VCU Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy to Faculty and Staff

Creating a positive environment for learning is essential to the VCU community. The use of alcohol and other drugs has the potential to impact academic success and the safety of our community. At VCU, we proactively address these issues in both our wellness programs and our policy enforcement. The VCU Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy […]

Alcohol and Other Drugs Letter to Students

Dear VCU Community, Creating a positive environment for learning is essential to the VCU community. Alcohol and other drugs can interfere with academic success and campus safety. At VCU, we proactively address these issues in both our well-being programs and our policy enforcement. The VCU Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy provides information about protecting your […]

Student Organization Engagement and Involvement

Dear Students: VCU remains mindful of the importance of the safety of all students who are a part of the VCU community and is committed to raising safety awareness whenever possible. The Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity and Fraternity & Sorority Life have received numerous reports that former members of Pi Kappa Phi […]

Expressive Activity – Fall 2023

Dear Students, As you get settled into the fall semester, we want to share some information regarding expressive activity on campus. VCU is a very diverse community with a host of differing viewpoints reflecting each of our personal lenses through which we see, and experience, the world. This diversity of viewpoint and opinion is a […]

Welcome to the 2023 Fall Semester from VCU Student Affairs

Dear VCU Students, It is my honor to welcome you to VCU for the Fall 2023 Semester. We are delighted to have you as part of our RAMily and look forward to engaging with you this semester. I am excited to share some important resources related to advocacy, well-being, involvement, and safety in this message. […]

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