American Indian & Indigenous Community Center: (AIICC) serves as a community gathering area and study space. You’ll find the AIICC in room 122 of the Squires Student Center, just to the left of the Welcome Center on the first floor. More information here.
Asian Cultural Engagement Center: (ACEC) is a division of the Cultural and Community Centers under the Virginia Tech Office for Inclusion and Diversity. The ACEC’s mission is to advocate for the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) communities, including Virginia Tech faculty, staff, students, and alumni. We also aim to educate the campus community on issues centered around or related to our communities. More information here.
Black Cultural Center: (BCC) opened in 1991 in 126 Squires Student Center. The BCC is an important component of Virginia Tech’s efforts to create a welcoming and inclusive campus. It is utilized by the campus community for educational programs, exhibits, meetings, and receptions. The BCC includes comfortable space for community building and for studying. More information here.
El Centro- Hispanic Latinx Cultural Center: El Centro is the Cultural and Community Center for the Latinx community at Virginia Tech. This is a support space for all the people that identify themselves as Latinos or Hispanos, for the people interested in our culture, and for all our allies. More information here.
LGBTQ+ Resource Center: The LGBTQ+ Resource Center aims to advance, through education and advocacy, the rights and well-being of all Virginia Tech LGBTQ+ communities locally, across the Commonwealth of Virginia, and around the globe. We work to provide space, acknowledge and celebrate intersectionality, cultivate leadership, and engage in activism in the spirit of Ut Prosim. More information here.
Intercultural Engagement Center: (IEC) is an important component of Virginia Tech’s efforts to create a welcoming and inclusive campus community. The IEC helps to create this environment by providing students, faculty, and staff opportunities to come together across difference in order to deepen understanding, develop the capacity for difficult dialogue, and create community. More information here.