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Hazing prevention and discipline

Dear students, One of our core values as an institution is promoting a climate of trust, honesty and integrity in which all people are valued and differences are recognized as an asset. We aspire to be a university that welcomes all and excludes none. At VCU, hazing is antithetical to our values and has no […]

Student Tuition and Budget Forum (2022-2023)

On Wednesday, April 27, VCU’s Office of Budget held a forum to discuss the final changes to VCU’s tuition and fees for the 2022-2023 academic year. Watch the recording of the Student Tuition and Budget Forum. On Thursday, March 3, VCU’s Office of Budget held a forum to learn about the upcoming potential changes to VCU’s tuition and fees for the 2022-2023 academic […]

National Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week

VCU wouldn’t be the same without the outstanding contributions of graduate and professional students. This week recognizes and celebrates all VCU graduate and professional students and the significant difference they make for our RAMily. View all the events on RamsConnect. A letter from Dr. Klink, Senior Vice Provost for Student Affairs to graduate and professional […]

Student speaker for May 2022 Commencement

Dear students, Congratulations on your upcoming graduation! Your hard work, persistence and academic commitment are signified by the attainment of this important milestone. As has been the tradition the past two years, VCU will feature a student speaker for the commencement ceremony. The addition of a student speaker provides a unique opportunity for graduates to […]

Expressive Activity at VCU – Spring 2022

Dear students, 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 tremendous asset to our community. Our hope is that you engage in conversations with others who share similar and […]

2022 Noel Levitz Student Satisfaction Survey Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Student Satisfaction Survey?VCU’s Student Satisfaction Survey is an important online tool that helps the administration identify students’ priorities, as well as the university’s strengths and challenges.  The survey covers a range of topics including instruction, advising, safety, registration, financial aid, campus life, etc. Why is it important?The survey is important because it […]

Opportunities, reminders and updates from VCU Student Affairs for the spring 2022 semester

Dear VCU Students, I hope that your spring semester is off to a good start and you returned to campus renewed and refreshed from your winter break. Below are some opportunities, reminders and updates I wanted to share with you as the spring semester is underway. Opportunities for students Student Representatives to the VCU Board […]

Johnson Hall update

Dear members of the VCU community, On Monday, VCU received the results of an air quality assessment of Johnson Hall which found elevated mold spores in 41 of the 228 spaces tested. These included a variety of student rooms and common spaces.  Out of an abundance of caution, we have closed Johnson Hall until further […]

Honor policy update

Dear Students, We hope that your recent university reading day was beneficial and that you successfully navigated midterms. As we approach the end of the semester and the final exam period we want to remind you that academic honesty, truth and integrity are vitally important to advancing knowledge and promoting student success at VCU. Toward […]

Operational impacts for Saturday, Oct. 23

Dear students, As a reminder, this Saturday, Oct. 23, the student organization Young Democrats at VCU, in partnership with one of Virginia’s gubernatorial candidates, former Gov. Terry McAuliffe, will host a rally on VCU’s Monroe Park Campus. This event will be located on the Compass and will include President Barack Obama. This is not a […]

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