Extended Campus Locations

Virginia Tech has satellite campuses and research stations throughout Virginia and the world.

Map of Virginia Tech Campuses within Virginia.
The Powell River Project Education Center in Wise County, Va., conducts research and education programs to enhance restoration of mined lands and to benefit communities and businesses in southwestern Virginia's coalfield region.
Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center in Abingdon, which responds to the needs of Southwest Virginia businesses for a skilled and educated work force, makes courses available from Virginia Tech and nine other Virginia colleges and universities.
The historical Reynolds Homestead in Critz, Va., features the birthplace and boyhood home of R.J. Reynolds, a continuing education center, and a forest resources research center.
The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center attracts national and international conferences to Roanoke, expands training opportunities for residents and businesses in the area, and aids in the economic development of the region
Virginia Tech Roanoke Center is a joint venture with 11 other higher-education institutions. It provides master's degree programs from several of Virginia Tech's colleges through interactive television, the Web, and traditional on-site instruction.
WVTF Radio provides listeners with classical, jazz, and National Public Radio programs broadcast from its Roanoke studio. The station covers western Virginia and also has a studio and office in Charlottesville and an antenna in Richmond.
Virginia Tech Richmond Center provides working professionals with complete graduate degree programs and classes from nationally ranked programs based at Virginia Tech's main campus in Blacksburg. Programs include business administration, education, engineering, public administration and policy, and information technology.
Virginia Tech Hampton Roads Center in Virginia Beach offers graduate and professional development programs to part-time adult students.
Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center in Leesburg deals exclusively with equine health. The complex provides around-the-clock care and treats more than 2,000 horses annually. It also serves as an important training center for students in the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.
Virginia Tech Northern Virginia Center is the home of several research and academic departments for the university in the National Capital Region.
Virginia Tech Research Center — Arlington is a modern facility that helps the university expand its research portfolio in the National Capital Region. The seven-floor, 144,000-square-foot building is U.S. Green Council LEED-certified and is among the best-connected research facilities in the world, incorporating nextgeneration Internet with direct fiber access to National LambdaRail, Internet 2, and multiple federal networks.
Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center, located in Old Town Alexandria, combines Virginia Tech resources with those from other American and European universities to focus on the architectural issues of urbanization and development.
The Institute for Advanced Learning and Research in Danville is a catalyst for economic and community transformation using strategic research, advanced learning programs, advanced networking and technology, and community outreach. Central to this goal of transformation is research and education. Four strategic research centers, ranging from motorsports engineering to unmanned systems and robotics, are located at the institute.
The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute (VTC) is a public-private partnership that leverages Virginia Tech's world-class strength in basic sciences, bioinformatics, and engineering with Carilion Clinic's highly experienced medical staff and rich history in medical education. VTC improves human health and quality of life by providing leadership in medical education and biomedical and clinical research.
Whitethorne-Kentland Research Farm in Montgomery County provides resources and assistance to research, teaching, and Extension programs that focus on many of Virginia's major agricultural crop and livestock species. Support is also provided to programs related to environmental concerns, sustainable agriculture, natural resources, alternative crops, and improved agricultural efficiencies.
Virginia Cooperative Extension (with Virginia State University) operates 107 local offices.
4-H Educational Centers serve youth and adults from six locations across the commonwealth.
Cooperative Extension District Offices (with Virginia State University) are located in Abingdon, Danville, Harrisonburg, and Petersburg.
Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station has 11 Agricultural Research and Extension Centers throughout the state, each dealing with agricultural research unique to its area. The facilities are Eastern Shore, Eastern Virginia, Hampton Roads, Middleburg, Shenandoah Valley, Southern Piedmont, Southwest Virginia, Tidewater, Virginia Seafood, the Alson H. Smith Jr. Research and Extension Center, and the Reynolds Homestead Forest Resources Research Center.