College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Opponents on the field,
Virginia Tech and Purdue University researchers work together to find real solutions for industry and homeowners to common turfgrass management issues.
Center for Advanced Innovation in Agriculture
In the farm of the future, drones will fly over forests and crops to communicate with robots embedded in harvesting equipment on the ground. Virginia Tech is leading the charge to help local communities thrive and spark a new agricultural and natural resources economy.
Our shared future
Every day, in every corner of the world, the college, Extension, and 4-H are helping communities thrive and grow the next generations of leaders. With your support, there is no limit to the impact we can make in our world.
Join us making a difference in our shared future.
We have the Commonwealth covered!
With 107 local Extension offices, eleven Agricultural Research and Extension Centers, and six 4-H educational centers, we are always within reach. Use the map to locate the office or center in your community.
250 Drillfield Drive (0402)
Blacksburg, Virginia 24061
Dean's office: (540) 231-3724
Academic dean: (540) 231-6503
- Alumna changes the perception of agricultural and applied economics Patricia Chou has used the agricultural economics principles she learned at Virginia Tech across multiple industries and disciplines.
- Michael Goatley receives gold medal for his work with industry Goatley, a Virginia Cooperative Extension turfgrass specialist, was honored for his contributions to the green industry and mentorship of future leaders at an annual Professional Grounds Management Society conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
- Virginia Tech opens world’s first fully automated AI and cyberbiosecurity water lab In response to the ongoing threats to the world’s water utilities, Virginia Tech opened the AI and Cyber for Water and Ag lab, combining cyberbiosecurity and artificial intelligence automation to research water security.
- College of Agriculture and Life Sciences facility upgrades put the land-grant mission into action The new construction projects include a high tunnel installation at the Hampton Roads Agricultural Research and Extension Center and upgrades to the Hahn Horticulture Garden on Virginia Tech’s Blacksburg campus.