2016 Virginia Tech Multicultural Alumni Tailgate!

Thursday, October 20th, 2016

3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Join us for the 2016 Virginia Tech Multicultural Alumni Tailgate!  The party includes fun, food, trivia and drinks before the Virginia Tech football game against The University of Miami. All alumni are encouraged to attend.  Register online today; there is no on-site registration! ...Learn more

InclusiveVT Project 2022

Theme: “Now is the time… To dream big. To act boldly. To give generously. To make dreams come true.”

InclusiveVT Project 2022 is the first of several pilots under an InclusiveVT project related to increasing student diversity. This first pilot is in collaboration with Enrollment Management, Alumni Relations, College Access Collaborative, Advancement, Black Faculty and Staff Caucus, and the Office of Inclusion and Diversity. The overall InclusiveVT objectives relate to increasing student diversity. Future pilots will focus on Native American students, Hispanic/Latino students, and first generation students. This initiative seeks to institutionalize the role of Black Alumni Societies in engagement efforts related to recruitment, in partnership with the Admissions Office, 4H programs, community organizations, the Black Faculty and Staff Caucus and the Office of Inclusion and Diversity...Learn more

Multicultural Alumni Advisory Board


The Virginia Tech Multicultural Alumni Advisory Board (MAAB) is accepting nominations for new board members for the 2015-2018 term. Learn more about the MAAB or how to make a nomination.

All nominations and applications must be submitted via the survey.


Out at Work

Date: Saturday, March 19, 2016

Time: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Ex Lapide Society, oSTEM at Virginia Tech, and the Virginia Tech Alumni Association, invite you to “Out at Work”, a LGBTQ+ student alumni networking event.  Enjoy an afternoon of networking and hors d'Oeuvres.  Christian Matheis, visiting Assistant Professor of Government and International Affairs in the School of Public and International Affairs at Virginia Tech, will present the keynote address. 

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2016 Grapevine Conference for Black and African-American Women in Higher Education


The Grapevine Network's mission is to foster a community of healthy, productive, and balanced Black/African American women engaged or interested in higher education careers. The network will host a conference in Roanoke, Virginia, on Friday, April 1, 2016.

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Black Alumni Reunion


2016 Black Alumni Reunion

A Silver and Gold Celebration:
Treasuring the Legacy of Black Graduates
at Virginia Tech

April 21 - 24, 2016, Blacksburg, VA

The full reunion is sold out!

Please note registrations received after 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, April 19 will not be included on the printed participant’s list. 

A la carte tickets for the Saturday Spring Game Tailgate and the Saturday Black Tie Gala Dance (after awards celebration) will be available until we reach capacity.

Order a la carte Tickets

Video: Kevin Jones invites you to the 2016 Black Alumni Reunion at Virginia Tech


2016 Year Zero Reunion

All LGBTQ graduates, alumni, and allies are invited to join our celebration of this year's graduates!

Thursday, May 12th, 2016

7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.

At the Home of John Gray, Class of 2007

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Strong Together Boston

Monday, May 23, 2015, Time TBA

Darryl's Corner Bar & Kitchen

604 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02118

Register Today


Bruce Carver Giving Challenge

Bruce Carver Giving Challenge

At Virginia Tech, we eagerly incorporate additional points of view. This ensures a stronger university, both for the students we have today and the promising young people we hope to attract in the years to come.

You have the opportunity to help us build upon our established strengths through the Bruce Carver Giving Challenge. Your gift to the Black Cultural Center Alumni Scholarship will provide support to students who enhance the lives of those associated with the BCC and the university community.



Where Do You Fit In?

All Virginia Tech graduates are part of the Virginia Tech Alumni Association. The question is: Are you active? The goal of every Virginia Tech alumni is lifelong service - Ut Prosim (That I May Serve.)


You Are Valued

Multicultural Alumni are a valuable resource to Virginia Tech. The university is committed to building a more diverse and inclusive learning environment to include faculty, students, staff, and alumni (www.inclusive.vt.edu). Your passion and experience is needed as we embark upon a journey that will change the lives of multicultural alumni and students at Virginia Tech. As alumni you have the opportunity to contribute to a student’s growth and success. It is multicultural alumni that have the challenge and fulfillment of relating to today’s prospective and current multicultural students. Please make a difference today by getting involved.


How to Get Involved

The Virginia Tech Alumni Association provides the opportunity to participate in your college homecoming, class reunion or other events. Plan on attending events today and stay connected.

Attend multicultural alumni programs and events.

Become active in your local alumni chapter today.
Connect with fellow Hokies where you live. Chapters are the communication link between alumni and the university and provide many opportunities to participate in events and programs within your local community.

Get involved with other alumni and students today! 
Visit the Programs section to learn more.

Join the Multicultural Alumni Group page on Hokie Nation Network (once you login, you will go directly to the group page)


If you have questions, please contact Latanya Walker at 540-231-8970.






Constituency Alumni

There are about 7,451 living African American and Black Virginia Tech alumni.

There are about 481 living American/Native Indian Virginia Tech alumni.

There are about 16,039 living Asian/Pacific Islander Virginia Tech alumni.

Ex Lapide (Latin for “Out of Stone”) is a free Virginia Tech alumni society for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning and alumni and their allies.

There are about 3,340 living Hispanic and Latino Virginia Tech alumni across the U.S.

The Strong Together Initiative is a new campus-wide effort to promote the values set forth in the Virginia Tech Principles of Community.


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