Virginia Tech - Student Life - Residential Life

Residential Life

More than 9,000 Virginia Tech students reside on campus. A majority of the residential halls are located on the southwestern side of the Drillfield. Currently, there are twenty-nine residential halls housing undergraduate and graduate students.

The university has on-campus housing for graduate and professional students who are single; the housing may not accommodate families and spouses.

Campus residence halls
  • East Ambler Johnston
  • West Ambler Johnston
  • Barringer
  • Brodie
  • East Campbell
  • Main Campbell
  • Cochrane
  • Main Eggleston
  • West Eggleston
  • Harper
  • Hillcrest
  • Johnson
  • Lee
  • Miles
  • Montheith
  • Newman
  • New Hall West
  • New Residence Hall East
  • O'Shaughnessy
  • Payne
  • Peddrew-Yates
  • Pritchard
  • Rasche
  • Slusher Tower
  • Slusher Wing
  • Thomas
  • Vawter
  • Graduate Life Center at Donaldson Brown
  • Oak Lane Community

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