VCU is a unique school in hundreds of ways, primarily because of its urban-centered campus. While this is a great place for students to become acclimated to city living, it can make the transition from on-campus to off-campus housing a bit more difficult than on other campuses. VCU doesn’t require students to live on-campus, and has a lottery system for upperclassmen housing, so finding off-campus housing is the route many students take.
Creative minds are being put to the test in Richmond by combining art with functionality for a $2,500 prize.
A small guide to VCU living.
With all the buzz surrounding Richmond mayor Dwight Jones’ recent proposal to build a baseball stadium in Shockoe Bottom, you would think a major league team is coming to town.
The Board of Visitors last week approved the construction of two more upperclassmen residence halls on the Monroe Park Campus.