Hokie Sports

This is Home... On-Campus Housing


Welcome to Virginia Tech... your home for the next 4 (maybe 5) years! Living on campus is not only convenient, it offers an exceptional and immediate opportunity for making important connections as you start college life. With more than 40 residence halls, you'll want to fully consider the variety of options for where you can live, learn, laugh, and launch your Virginia Tech experience. In fact, we strongly encourage you to check out our AMAZING living-learning communities -- more than a dozen unique communities guaranteed to offer a truly unique Hokie experience.

Click “Living Here” in the grey navigation bar above to explore all of our on-campus housing, as well as other tips and hints for life on campus and in Blacksburg. Completing your housing and dining contract is one of the most important tasks on your "I'm a New Hokie" checklist. Welcome home!

Did you know that Lane Stadium is consistently ranked as one of the loudest college football stadiums in America? Hokies know how to make some noise.

Whether we’re jumping to “Enter Sandman” as the football team runs onto Worsham Field, celebrating a dunk in Cassell Coliseum, or supporting any of the other Tech teams, sporting events are where we gather to show our Hokie Spirit!

Students Playing Volleyball

The Hokies have been on top of the ACC in many sports, including NCAA appearances by the soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, baseball, volleyball, and wrestling teams.

For students, admission to most Hokie sporting events is free; football and men’s basketball require tickets for admission. The only way to be sure you have a ticket to these games is with student season tickets—it’s an incredible value, so make sure you purchase them! For all things student ticket-related, visit the ticket website.

If you decide against purchasing student tickets, sign up for single-game lottery tickets. These are free, but they’re not guaranteed!

Students playing lacrosse

Other ways to stay connected and rewarded at home athletic events: