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Student Reviews of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

4.4
based on 217 reviews
  • Kathryn from Springfield, VA

    The dorms are great. Dorm life in general, is not. One of the perks at VT is that all the rooms have sinks in them. This is something serious to consider. If you're the type that eats cereal late at night (or in the morning) you're going to be so… more read full review

    The dorms are great. Dorm life in general, is not. One of the perks at VT is that all the rooms have sinks in them. This is something serious to consider. If you're the type that eats cereal late at night (or in the morning) you're going to be so glad you have a sink in your room where you can wash your dishes, instead of having to go down the hall to the public bathroom! It always makes morning and night time activities, such as brushing your teeth, really easy, as well. Most colleges don't have sinks... Something to consider. Most of the dorms are large and co-ed, but some are not. You can request what you want. If you want a bigger sense of community, you should definitely request a living and learning community! read full review

  • Elise from Virginia Beach, VA

    There's literally a club for everything, and if you can't find one, you can make your own. At the beginning of the year there are a lot of activities that make it exceptionally easy to bond with your new friends: Gobblerfest, Kick-Off, and the… more read full review

    There's literally a club for everything, and if you can't find one, you can make your own. At the beginning of the year there are a lot of activities that make it exceptionally easy to bond with your new friends: Gobblerfest, Kick-Off, and the Hokie Hi Picnic, to name a few. And if you didn't come with a hundred maroon and orange t-shirts, you'll end up with a closet full just from all the free stuff you get. During football season there are tailgates all over town, and our Relay for Life is the biggest in the country. There's also the Big Event for the community service-oriented. If you're outdoorsy, there are hiking and caving clubs and plenty of opportunities to see Appalachia. I have also seen video game tournaments and cosplay conventions. The Greeks are always putting on philanthropy events that are pretty fun to attend. read full review

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