So much is going on at Virginia Tech every day, but there’s no need to miss out on a single event or opportunity. Students, parents, and alumni can check out these social media accounts to stay up to date on local and campus news.
Find your college on Facebook
Like your college on Facebook to learn about what is happening in your department including faculty news, undergraduate research projects, and new course offerings.
- Architecture and Urban Studies
- Pamplin College of Business
- Graduate School
- Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
- Natural Resources and Environment Science
Include Virginia Tech in your professional digital presence
Follow the official Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University page on LinkedIn to demonstrate your VT affiliation with your LinkedIn connections and read about current events and research projects.
Keep up with President Sands
Follow Dr. Sands, a.k.a. VTSandsman, on Twitter to see what he’s up to and read his endearing, original tweets. President Sands regularly engages with students on Twitter and posts remarkable selfies, which is an added bonus. While you’re at it, also follow the official Hokie Bird Twitter account, @TheHokieBird.
Double-tap Hokie Football on Instagram
Whether or not you have season tickets, follow Hokie Football on Instagram and you will never miss a play. Learn about Coach Fuente and follow the Hokies through another exciting football season!
Follow SGA, DSA, and the Collegiate Times on Twitter
Include Virginia Tech’s Student Government Association, Division of Student Affairs, and the Collegiate Times in your Twitter news feed to stay up to date on changes and updates that impact students. These handles will also post about student services, extracurricular activities, and volunteer opportunities. Learn about ways to round out the Hokie experience and serve in the community, not to mention free food opportunities on campus.
Don’t forget about Tech’s award winning VT Dining Services
Savor Virginia Tech’s nationally-ranked Dining Services by following @HokieDining on Instagram. And check out the newest addition to Virginia Tech’s dining options, the VT Food Truck!
Watch VT Athletics and VT Television online
Subscribe to the Virginia Tech Athletics channel on YouTube to see sports highlights, interviews, and behind-the-scenes footage of the Virginia Tech athletic programs. Also, the Virginia Tech Television channel posts great segments on campus news, like “Weekly What’s Up?” and “Tech Tonight.”
See what’s happening in Downtown Blacksburg
Like Downtown Blacksburg on Facebook to keep up with the town and stay engaged in community events, such as festivals, holiday parades, and the weekly farmer’s market.
And here is our Cheat Sheet for all the essential channels!