InclusiveVT: Committed to Ut Prosim (that I may serve) in the spirit of community, diversity, and excellence.


As Vice President for Strategic Affairs and Vice Provost for Inclusion and Diversity, I am grateful for the amazing opportunity to work at Virginia Tech.  I have found Tech to be a phenomenal institution, deeply committed to Ut Prosim (that I may serve) and committed to change, to sustainable transformation, and to actualizing its potential as a public land-grant institution.  As a land grant, we have an obligation and responsibility to actualize the vision of providing access and education to our country’s most vulnerable populations, and to students with the potential and ability to transform the world through their talents, ideas, and voices. 

We recognize that we cannot meet the mandate of preparing students for service without equipping them with the tools and strategies they will need to work, live, and learn In a diverse and complex world.  Today’s world is a world of many ideas, thoughts, perspectives, backgrounds, experiences, philosophies, and beliefs.  It is a world of individuals with multiple identities – race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender identity, language, and ability.  It is a world where some are privileged to serve and others are in positions to be in need of service, services, assistance, and support.  It is a world that needs courageous and compassionate leaders who are committed to Ut Prosim (that I may serve), in the spirit of community, diversity, and excellence.  With InclusiveVT and the Principles of Community as our core values, Virginia Tech is preparing leaders for the world.

- Menah Pratt-Clarke, J.D., Ph.D.
Vice President for Strategic Affairs and Vice Provost for Inclusion and Diversity


Upcoming Events

Unfinished Conversation w. Master Diversity Trainer,

Lee Mun Wah

Wednesday, Nov. 16th  Owes Hall (Venue Change*)

Unfinished Conversation w. Master Diversity Trainer, Lee Mun Wah

Wednesday, Nov. 16th  Owes Hall (Venue Change*)







American Indian and Indigenous Heritage Month 

“Seven Generations: Honoring Our Elders, Past, Present and Emerging”


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LGBTQ+ History Month

In recognition of LGBTQ+ History Month, the LGBTQ+ Center at Virginia Tech is proud to present its calendar of events for the month of October. Join sponsoring offices, departments, and student organizations for events, programs, and socials through October 31, 2016. LGBTQ+ History Month to bring together the LGBTQ+ community as well as educate and inform the Virginia Tech campus about the LGBTQ+ community.







School of Performing Arts Clybourne Park Play - Studio Theatre, Squires  Sept 27th - Oct  6th at 7:30pm.    

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5th Hispanic Film Series at Virginia Tech - Fralin  Auditorium: 

3 Bellezas (VENEZUELA) - 9/27, 7pm 

Aquí  y allá (MEXICO) - 10/4, 7pm 

El país del miedo (SPAIN) - 10/11, 7pm 

Ixcanul (GUATEMALA) - 10/18, 7pm

Pequeñas mentiras piadosas (CUBA, SPAIN) - 10/25, 7pm

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Students participate in an InclusiveVT workshop in March 2015