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Campus operations

University offices are operating on a normal schedule.

 

Offices and locations are operating on a normal schedule.

All campus locations are operating on normal schedules today.

 

The Reynolds Homestead is operating on a normal schedule.

The Steger Center in Switzerland is operating on a normal schedule.

 

The Virginia Tech Richmond Center is operating on a normal schedule.

The Newport News and Virginia Beach centers are operating on normal schedules.

The Virginia Tech Southwest Center is operating on a normal schedule.

VT Alerts

When a situation arises in which the university determines that immediate action is required, a campus-wide VT Alert is issued. VT Alerts allow students, faculty, and staff who subscribe to the system to receive urgent notifications by a phone message, text message, and/or desktop alert.

In addition to the subscription methods listed above, VT Alerts are also shared via:


In situations that occur that do not require immediate action the information may be relayed to the campus community via this webpage, email, on the Virginia Tech website, and through official Virginia Tech social media channels (see list above).

Note: As a public service, information will be sent to local media outlets as needed, such as in the case of an authorized closing or delayed opening during inclement weather; however, Virginia Tech is not responsible for inaccurate reporting of information on local media outlets.

About this page

The safety of the our community is the top priority of Virginia Tech. In times of inclement weather or other situations, it may be necessary for the university to close or delay the opening the Blacksburg campus or other university locations across the state. 

Decisions to alter the university’s normal schedule or operations are made with considerable consultation from many university units and off campus agencies. As decisions are made, the university will communicate them to students, faculty, staff, and others immediately using VT Alerts, the university homepage, this status page, and on official social media channels.

Depending on the nature of an event that affects university operations, Virginia Tech will strive to provide students, faculty, and staff a clear timeline for decisions to assist in planning and when to expect future decisions and/or updates.

Emergency
911

Non-Emergency
540-382-4343
Online Report Form

General Information
540-231-6411

Safe Ride
540-231-7233 (SAFE)

Website
police.www.naziml.com

Follow
Facebook
Twitter

Emergency
911

Non-Emergency
540-231-3600

Website
ehss.www.naziml.com

Emergency
911

Non-emergency
540-231-7138

Email
vtrescue-g@www.naziml.com

Website
rescue.www.naziml.com

Follow
Facebook

Phone
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
540-231-6557

After hours/weekends
540-231-6557

Suicide prevention
540-231-6557

Website
ucc.www.naziml.com

Phone
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
540-231-3787

After hours/weekends
Call Virginia Tech Police service center, 540-231-6411, press 1 and request the Dean of Students on-call administrator

Website
dos.www.naziml.com

Phone
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
540-231-5313

After hours/weekends
540-231-6444

Website
healthcenter.www.naziml.com

Technicians are available on most shifts to respond to emergency calls until midnight Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Phone
Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
540-231-4300

After hours emergency
540-382-4343 (via Virginia Tech Police)

Website
facilities.www.naziml.com

Phone
540-231-7806

24-hour crisis hotline
Operated by the Women's Resource Center of the New River Valley
540-639-1123

Website
womenscenter.www.naziml.com

Live campus weather

View live video, weather data, and forecasts from Virginia Tech's WeatherSTEM units below. Learn more about WeatherSTEM at Virginia Tech.