Rao delivers his fourth State of the University

January 30, 2017

President Michael Rao urged the VCU community to continue striving for progress, despite challenging times and difficult circumstances during his fourth State of the University address last Thursday. Rao reaffirmed his commitment to students protected Read More

Actions speak louder than words

November 22, 2015

  No justice, no peace: four words that make a statement against the inconsistency of the system. Last week, Black students of VCU commanded respect and tremendous attention when they demanded answers and action from Read More

President’s diversity forum overflows Salons

November 18, 2015

Students, faculty and staff overflowed Richmond Salons 3 and 4 in the Student Commons on Wednesday, during the president’s hour-long diversity forum. President Michael Rao and a group of collective black students, Black VCU Speaks, opened Read More

Administration responds to Black VCU Speaks

November 16, 2015

A typed manuscript, a functional blueprint for the purposes and precedents this university should serve, is in some ways an eerie call to action from inside the James Cabell Branch Library’s Special Collections and Archives. Read More

SAT scores no longer considered in VCU acceptance

January 31, 2015

A press release sent out on Tuesday following President Rao’s State of the University Address revealed that, beginning in the Fall 2015 semester, students seeking admission to the University with a GPA above 3.3 will not be required to submit SAT scores. Read More

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