Virginia State University is an Historically Black College and University in central Virginia and the nation’s first fully state-supported university for African Americans. The VSU campus hosts colleges of Business, Education, Agriculture, Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Engineering which confer bachelor’s degrees in 31 fields of study. In addition to classroom facilities, Virginia State is home to an agricultural research center and 416-acre farm. Additionally, Virginia State features a scenic campus located on a bluff overlooking the Appomattox River.
it's a very amazing place to enjoy. you have wonderful education, great outdoor view, and diverse people.
Angela from Richmond, VA
Virginia State is one of the best H.B.C.U's in the state. The population at Virginia State allows you to get a personal relationship with the professors and the other students. The faculty here is great.