We are the student organization for the American Association of University Women located at Virginia Tech. We advocate and educate on policies, leadership training, and education opportunities that benefit women.
The mission of AASU is to serve the Asian/Pacific Islander American (APIA) community within Virginia Tech.
Mission Statement: To bring diverse groups of people together in order to engage in meaningful conversation.
Act as a responsible voice and facilitate communication between the graduate students and BSE faculty.
The Black Organizations Council (BOC) is the umbrella organization for the predominately African American organizations at Virginia Tech. The council serves as a liaison between the university administration, constituent organizations and the community.
An Africana student magazine focused on the issues and culture of Black students, and other students of color, at Virginia Tech. Bloom Magazine is a collaboration between undergraduate, graduate students and community members in Blacksburg.
We want to create a relevant organization that is an integral part of the CNRE culture. In order to provide students with the opportunity to empower themselves and be involved with the entirety of the whole CNRE.
The purpose of the Dean’s Leadership Council is to serve as ambassadors for the College of Science and to improve communication throughout the college through coordination and increased awareness.
The charge of the Commission on Student Affairs is to study, formulate, and recommend to University Council policies and procedures which affect graduate and undergraduate student life and morale.
The VT CGSA provides educational, networking, and funding opportunities for graduate student members in the Communication Department at Virginia Tech.