Virginia Commonwealth University has been awarded the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification for the second time.
Where we learn and where we are educated are not always the same place.
Pursuing a higher education is a dream for many. Students from all around the world step onto VCU’s campus in hopes of finding not only their passion, but themselves.
When executive director of VCU ASPiRE, Mary Slade received a call saying ASPiRE won the 2014 Governor’s Volunteer and Community Service Award, she was both excited and surprised to find out they had even been nominated.
The Board of Visitors last week approved the construction of two more upperclassmen residence halls on the Monroe Park Campus.