Hey Seniors! Show us your Jumbotron Face! We need your photos to play on the JUMBOTRON during May Commencement.
Here are the details: 
1. Submit a favorite photo of your time at VCU to 175events@vcu.edu2. Be sure to include with your photo your full name, school/department and if you plan to attend Commencement at the Coliseum
3. Send your photos by April 15!


Hey Seniors! Show us your Jumbotron Face! We need your photos to play on the JUMBOTRON during May Commencement.

Here are the details: 

1. Submit a favorite photo of your time at VCU to 175events@vcu.edu

2. Be sure to include with your photo your full name, school/department and if you plan to attend Commencement at the Coliseum

3. Send your photos by April 15!

Graduating in May? We need your photos to play on the JUMBOTRON during the processional! Here are the details: 
1. Submit a favorite photo of your time at VCU to 175events@vcu.edu2. Be sure to include with your photo your full name, school/department and if you plan to attend Commencement at the Coliseum
3. Send your photos by April 15!

Graduating in May? We need your photos to play on the JUMBOTRON during the processional! Here are the details: 

1. Submit a favorite photo of your time at VCU to 175events@vcu.edu

2. Be sure to include with your photo your full name, school/department and if you plan to attend Commencement at the Coliseum

3. Send your photos by April 15!

Team “Defenders of the Multiverse,” from Hanover High School in Mechanicsville, Va., compete at the FIRST Robotics Competition Virginia Refional at VCU’s Siegel Center. -photo by Lindy Rodman (admin note: I love this photo soooo much!)

Team “Defenders of the Multiverse,” from Hanover High School in Mechanicsville, Va., compete at the FIRST Robotics Competition Virginia Refional at VCU’s Siegel Center. -photo by Lindy Rodman (admin note: I love this photo soooo much!)

Cool Geek Alert: VCU’s Virtual Creation Laboratory has been using 3-D scanners and printing technology to create chess sets, with each piece a 3-D-printed replica of historical artifacts found at archeological digs at Jamestown, Mount Vernon, Montpelier, Thomas Jeffersons’s Poplar Forest and elsewhere. I know, right? Check out the story on VCU’s homepage.

Cool Geek Alert: VCU’s Virtual Creation Laboratory has been using 3-D scanners and printing technology to create chess sets, with each piece a 3-D-printed replica of historical artifacts found at archeological digs at Jamestown, Mount Vernon, Montpelier, Thomas Jeffersons’s Poplar Forest and elsewhere. I know, right? Check out the story on VCU’s homepage.

April 1: Moving On, Moving Out

On Tuesday, April 1, from 7 to 8 p.m., Off-Campus Housing Services presents “Moving On, Moving Out” in the University Student Commons, Forum Room. A panel of representatives will share advice and guidance on making an informed decision on where to live off-campus. For more information, contact the Office of Residential Life & House at vcuhousing@vcu.edu or (804) 828-7666.