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VCU Votes: On social media, students encourage voter participation on campus and beyond

“The main idea is to convince our peers of their own importance in every election if they want to see the change that they talk about all year round.”

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Director of student health discusses testing, contact tracing and VCU’s other COVID-19 efforts

Margaret Roberson answers questions about protocols at Student Health Services, what students should do if they start to experience symptoms and how to stay safe as we move into the fall.

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Science On a Sphere, now at VCU, offers a world of possibilities

The global display system, on long-term loan from NASA, adds an element of awe to VCU’s Trani Center for Life Sciences.

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Students’ plan for at-home COVID-19 testing kit recognized by Clinton Foundation

A team of VCU undergraduates was one of 38 recognized out of 1,400 entries in the COVID-19 Student Action Fund.

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‘Designed to open doors’: How VCU GREAT is guiding underrepresented students in research

The program helps undergrads build a resume and work with VCU researchers in substance use and behavioral health.

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An image collage of social media posts from V C U Votes. [View Image]

VCU Votes: On social media, students encourage voter participation on campus and beyond

“The main idea is to convince our peers of their own importance in every election if they want to see the change that they talk about all year round.”

The university sports medicine and student health building. [View Image]

Director of student health discusses testing, contact tracing and VCU’s other COVID-19 efforts

Margaret Roberson answers questions about protocols at Student Health Services, what students should do if they start to experience symptoms and how to stay safe as we move into the fall.

New "VCU" letters at Franklin and Shafer streets. [View Image]

What’s new at VCU for 2020-21

From new programs and leadership to a shifted semester and COVID-19 precautions, there’s plenty of changes that mark this unique academic year.

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COVID-19 has sparked a 12-fold increase in the remote delivery of mental health care across the U.S.

Prior to the pandemic, psychologists reported performing 7.07% of their clinical work with telepsychology. During the pandemic, that number has soared to 85.53%.

Science On a Sphere, hanging in the Trani Center foyer at VCU. [View Image]

Science On a Sphere, now at VCU, offers a world of possibilities

The global display system, on long-term loan from NASA, adds an element of awe to VCU’s Trani Center for Life Sciences.

Jihad Aziz, executive director of University Counseling Services, standing in front of the student commons [View Image]

‘Support and care for students’: University Counseling Services poised to help in a stressful time

Developing a routine and connecting with people where you can are important steps to mental well-being.

Person in car receiving mouth swab. [View Image]

Students’ plan for at-home COVID-19 testing kit recognized by Clinton Foundation

A team of VCU undergraduates was one of 38 recognized out of 1,400 entries in the COVID-19 Student Action Fund.

A person points at a laptop computer screen being held by another person. [View Image]

‘Designed to open doors’: How VCU GREAT is guiding underrepresented students in research

The program helps undergrads build a resume and work with VCU researchers in substance use and behavioral health.

View more »