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    An aerial view of New Residence Hall East, Peddrew-Yates and Payne halls.

With most buildings constructed in the neo-Gothic (or Gothic Revival) architectural style using Hokie Stone — a native limestone throughout Southwest Virginia — the Virginia Tech campus is both dramatic and beautiful. But you needn’t take our word for it: See for yourself! 

Getting around campus couldn’t be easier; and if handheld maps aren’t your thing, we have the technology and the mobile apps to guide your exploration virtually.

  • View our interactive campus map, including performing arts venues, athletics facilities, and campus landmarks.
  • Download and print campus maps in PDF format.
  • Request printed maps from the Marketing and Publications office by emailing
  • Browse all buildings on campus, including images, descriptions, histories, and unique facts.
  • Download the “Visit Virginia Tech” mobile app available from iTunes. Featuring an electronic map, driving directions, a self-guided walking tour, admissions information, restaurant and hotel information, historical sites, and more, this app is available free of charge.  
  • Take a virtual tour of campus.
  • Schedule an undergraduate admissions information session as part of your visit. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions offers sessions daily when the university is open, as well as on many Saturday mornings.
  • Blacksburg Transit, which provides town-wide public transportation at a reasonable cost, also furnishes a game-day shuttle for football and basketball games.

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About Blacksburg

Home to about 41,700 local residents, Blacksburg is considered small by most any standard, but don’t let its size or location fool you. Because of the town’s award-winning services, reasonable cost of living, safety, moderate climate, and abundant leisure activities, Blacksburg is consistently ranked among the country’s best places to live.

Blacksburg lies within Montgomery County. Bordered by the Blue Ridge Parkway to the east and the Appalachian Trail to the west, Montgomery County is the heart of the New River Valley, encompassing Floyd, Giles, Montgomery, and Pulaski counties and the city of Radford.


Virginia Tech has a robust social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram, just to name a few.

Looking for something specific? Find a list of the university's social networks here.