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President’s Message Welcome to Virginia State University, where we encourage you to Dream. Explore. Succeed. The faculty and staff at VSU are committed to helping students enjoy a rewarding and memorable experience. Challenges will be many, but these will serve as a means by which you will attain your professional and personal goals. Every day I am excited about meeting and talking with our students, because we learn so much from each other. Virginia State University has made many changes and improvements over recent years. The renovation of existing facilities and the construction of new buildings are indications of our commitment to students’ needs. We employ a student-centered approach to education and support services. Virginia State University believes in educating the whole student. Educational, cultural, social, wellness, service, support -- it’s all here. It’s for you. It’s the road map to help you make your dream a reality. The University’s mission is to promote and sustain academic programs that integrate instruction, research and extension/public service in a design most responsive to the needs and endeavors of individuals and groups within its scope of influence

and we provide a myriad of support services that contribute to ensuring that our graduates become productive citizens and proud alumni. We are staffed with trained, professional and caring personnel who embrace the University’s ideals of quality student support. These people students, faculty and staff - make you feel good about your VSU experience. We invite our students to dream big. To explore one of our 52 degree programs and to allow our talented faculty to help them find success, whether that would be in continuing their education in graduate school or joining the workforce as productive, well-qualified employees. Together, the administration, faculty and staff of Virginia State University are committed to building a better world by educating our students, partnering with our neighboring communities and advancing the economic interests of the Commonwealth. Sincerely, Dr. Keith T. Miller President

Virginia state university profile Looking for a university where the faculty and staff turn dreams into reality? Look no further than Virginia State University. A 2011 student population of over 5,600 enjoys personal attention by the faculty and staff not typically found at larger institutions. Since 2008, U.S. News & World Report has twice acknowledged VSU’s excellence by naming the University the top, public, master’s level HBCU in America. Virginia State University was founded in 1882 as the Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute, making it the first fully state supported, fouryear institution of higher learning for Blacks in America. Today, Virginia State University is one of Virginia’s two land-grant institutions. The campus sits atop a rolling landscape overlooking the Appomattox River in the Chesterfield County village of Ettrick. It is accessible by Interstates 95 and 85, which intersect in adjacent Petersburg, as well as U.S. Routes 1, 301 and 460. The University is centrally located about two

hours away from Washington, DC to the north, the North Carolina Triangle area to the south, the Blue Ridge Mountains to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. VSU students live and learn on a 236-acre main campus, with more than 50 buildings, including 16 dormitories and 17 classroom buildings, and a 416-acre agricultural research facility. Led by its13th President, Dr. Keith T. Miller, the University boasts healthy fiscal management and growth, with a 2010-11 operating budget of over $150 million. The University’s academic programs include the “Bridges to Baccalaureate” program

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for students transferring from two-year colleges who want to major in the sciences, the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge and the Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program for students planning to pursue doctoral degrees in their chosen field of study. Honors scholarships are also available to entering freshmen, including the Presidential and Provost Scholarships. In 2006, VSU inaugurated the Low Income Families With Talented Students (LIFTS) financial aid program, the first of its kind among HBCUs. LIFTS promises to meet 100 percent of a qualifying student’s financial need by providing 75 percent of a student’s need through scholarships and grants and limiting debt through student loans to 25 percent of VSU’s in-state cost of attendance over four years, regardless of state residency. Admissions and academic information is available at the University’s Web site, www.vsu. edu or by calling (800) 871-7611.

Virginia State University offers 52 baccalaureate and master’s degree programs and a Certificate of Advanced Study within five schools: The School of Agriculture; The School of Business; The School of Engineering, Science and Technology; The School of Liberal Arts and Education; and The School of Graduate Studies, Research and Outreach. In 2008, Virginia State University began its first Ph.D. program, in Health Psychology, the only program of its type in Virginia. VSU offers a bachelor of individualized studies degree program, a non-traditional baccalaureate program primarily for working adults. Students can pursue the degree on a full-time or part-time basis. Through a challenging academic program, diverse student organizations and exciting extracurricular activities, Virginia State University encourages students to dream, explore and succeed.

Registered student organizations 2010-2011 Name of Organization

Type of Organization

A Movement Walking AbstraKt Entertainment Adopt Haiti Project Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Alpha Mu Gamma American Marketing Association Auset Society, Inc. Beta Gamma Sigma Biology Society Breaking the Silence Caribbean Students Association Council for Exceptional Children Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Diversified Virtue Entertainment English Club Financial Management Association Future American Millionaires Global Association of Risk Professionals Golden Key International Honor Society Graduate Student Association G-Squared HPERD/Sports Management Majors Club Hospitality Management Program Student Association Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers International Students Association Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Kappa Psi National Honorary Band Fraternity

Other/Social Creative/Media/Performing Arts Cultural/Ethnic Fraternity/Sorority/Social Fraternity/Sorority/Social Academic/Professional Academic/Professional Cultural/Ethnic Academic/Professional Academic/Professional Other/Social Cultural/Ethnic Academic/Professional Fraternity/Sorority Creative/Media/Performing Arts Academic/Professional Academic/Professional Other/Social Academic/Professional Honor Society Service Other/Social Athletic/Recreation Academic/Professional Academic/Professional International Fraternity/Sorority/Social Academic/Professional Fraternity/Sorority/Social

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Kerojo Modeling Agency, Ltd Kiwanis Circle K International Male Teachers Molding Minds Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Science National Pan-Hellenic Council National Association of Black Accountants National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice National Society of Pershing Angels National Society of Pershing Ries National Student Nursing Association Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America People Against Negativity Inspiring Creativity 2000 Pre-Medical Pre-Dental Society Psi Chi Psychology Club Public Administration Club Richmond Pre-Alumni Sankofa Dance Theatre Selected One’s Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society Sista 2 Sista Student Education Association Students in Free Enterprise

Creative/Media/Performing Arts Service/Volunteer Social/Other Academic/Professional Fraternity/Sorority/Social Academic/Professional Academic/Professional Military Science/Fraternity/Sorority Military Science/Fraternity/Sorority Academic/Professional Fraternity/Sorority/Social Academic/Professional Creative/Media/Performing Arts Academic/Professional Academic/Professional Academic/Professional Academic/Professional Other/Social Creative/Media/Performing Arts Other/Social Fraternity/Sorority/Social Academic/Professional Other/Social Academic Professional Other/Social

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Student Liaison Outreach Team Tau Beta Sigma National Honorary Band Sorority Textile Apparel Merchandising Management The Association of Political Science The Betterment of Brothers and Sisters The Mass Communications Club The Men of New Water The Pre-Law Society The Social Work Club The T.R.U.E. Foundation The Virginia State University Gospel Chorale Virginia State Colony of Sigma Alpha Iota University Concert Choir VSU-National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) VSU Residence Hall Association VSU Student Ambassadors Walter Johnson Math & Computer Science Club

Service/Volunteer Fraternity/Sorority/Social Academic Professional Political Social/Other/Service/Volunteer Creative/Media/Performing Arts Other/Social Academic/Professional Academic/Professional Other/Social Creative/Media/Performing Arts Academic/Professional Creative/Media/Performing Arts Political Student Governance Service/Volunteer Academic/Professional

notable achievements Virginia State University’s Board of Visitors selected Dr. Keith T. Miller, former President of Lock Haven University in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education serve as VSU’s 13th. Dr. Miller succeeded President Eddie N. Moore, Jr., who retired in June 2010, after 17 years of successful service to Virginia State University. Virginia State University’s Drumline performed at the White House in February 2010 at an event honoring Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Virginia State University opened$20 million, 458-bed residence hall. The Quad – Phase I is the first of two projects consisting of four, L-shaped residence halls that will eventually cover the area now occupied by Howard Hall. The Tom Joyner Foundation, a major driving force in raising money for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) since 1998, named Virginia State University its School of the Month for May 2010 in honor of President Eddie N. Moore, Jr.’s retirement after 17 years at the helm of the University. To date, over $43,000 has been raised through this effort. The School of Engineering, Science and Technology faculty were awarded over $3.37 million dollars in new grants and contracts beginning in Fall2010. Awards were received from highly competitive funding agencies, including the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Aeronautics

and Space Administration (NASA), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Health and Resources Services Administration (HRSA) and Dominion. The grants will be used for equipment/instrumentation, curriculum development, service learning, research and education. The U.S. Agency for International Development awarded Virginia State University a five-year $524,970 research grant to develop an integrated weed management system in Africa to reduce the adverse impact of the pervasive weed, parthenium. Virginia State University is the lead institution for the project titled, “Abating the Weed Parthenium Damage in Eastern Africa Using Integrated Cultural and Biological Control Methods.” Research efforts will be concentrated in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. Dr. Wondi Mersie, Interim Dean of VSU’s School of Agriculture and the project’s principal investigator, is collaborating with more than 15 scientists from six countries to establish and implement methodologies for biological control and quarantine facility management. Virginia State University received the $3 million U.S. Department of Education’s Historically Black College or University (HBCU) Master’s Degree Program Award. The total will be paid in $500,000 increments over a six-year period and will fund the VSU School of Engineering, Science and Technology’s biology, computer science and

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mathematics Master’s programs. The goal of VSU’s HBCU Master’s Degree Program is to strengthen each graduate program and enhance the educational opportunities of graduate students, particularly African American and low income students. Virginia State University’s School of Business has developed a new, integrated business curriculum that will focus heavily on technological participation and digital content. The initiative makes VSU the first HBCU (Historically Black College and Universities) in the country to develop a system to deliver an integrated core curriculum to students and the first university in the country to deliver the core curriculum in a predominantly digital format. Diana S. Perdue, Virginia State University professor of mathematics and computer science, was chosen as a 2009 – 2010 Fulbright Scholar and worked in Kigali, Rwanda, conducting research and teaching at two major universities. Perdue served as a college instructor at the Kigali Institute of Education (KIE) and the Kigali Institute of Science & Technology (KIST). Her duties included assisting the Mathematics Department at KIE in developing its Mathematics Education program, and teaching a senior-level mathematics education course.

Virginia State University’s Agricultural Research Station was awarded two grants totaling approximately $500,000 by the Virginia Tobacco Commission to research potentially-profitable alternative crops for former tobacco and other small farmers in Southside Virginia. The Agricultural Research Station received $238,750 to study the capability of oilseed crops—mustard and canola— to produce biodiesel for use in diesel engines, and ethanol for use in gasoline engines. Dr. Tadesse Mebrahtu, VSU research professor/agronomist received $226,281 to research and promote Edamame, an edible soybean, as a feasible, practical alternative to tobacco. The Virginia State University Board of Visitors renamed the Gateway Residence Hall in honor of retiring President Eddie N. Moore, Jr. and his wife, Elisia. Elisia A. and Eddie N. Moore, Jr. Hall provides housing for more than 500 students. When Moore Hall opened in August 2008, the facility represented VSU’s first new, oncampus student housing in more than 30 years. Virginia State University, in partnership with the Hispanic College Fund, hosted the 2010 Hispanic Youth Symposium, becoming the first Historically Black College and University (HBCU) to host the summer, college empowerment program

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for Hispanic students. The Hispanic Youth Symposium prepares Hispanic high school students to attend college and pursue professional careers in areas such as business, science, technology, health care, engineering and math. The Reginald F. Lewis Foundation, Inc. committed a grant of $1.5 million to Virginia State University. The grant will fund an endowment from which earnings will be used to support student scholarships; student travel related to academic pursuits; faculty travel and supplemental sabbatical support; and a prize to be given to a student who, upon graduation, demonstrates the highest level of academic achievement from sophomore through senior year. In recognition of the largest gift in the University’s history, VSU named its business school the Reginald F. Lewis School of Business. Through federal matching funds, and additional fund raising over the next three to five years, led by President Emeritus Eddie N. Moore, Jr., who is retiring on June 30, the total value of the endowment initiated by the Lewis grant will be in excess of $3 million. Reginald F. Lewis graduated from Virginia State in 1965. He came to the school on an athletic scholarship and was a quarterback on the football team, until an injury ended his athletic career. He was also a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Four Virginia State University students spent part of their summer in Rabat, Morocco, participating in a global service learning education program. The initiative is a partnership between VSU and Cross Cultural Solutions (CCS), a non-profit international volunteer service provider which operates programs in 12 countries throughout Asia, Africa, and Central and South America. The VSU students, from various majors, worked in an orphanage, a children’s hospital and non-profit organizations offering Moroccan children and young adults English language enrichment programs. In addition to performing volunteer service, the students attended lectures and Moroccan Arabic language sessions and participated in excursions to cultural and historical sites. Three researchers and an extension specialist in Virginia State University’s School of Agriculture have collectively amassed nearly $1.4 million in funding from USDA for research projects aimed at enhancing profits for farmers, improving quality of life for citizens and protecting the environment. Dr. Asmare Atalay, professor and research soil scientist, received a three-year, $564,000 USDA grant to establish a Center for Water

Programs. Utilizing the professional expertise of 1890 land-grant universities, the project seeks to enhance integrated water programs, investigate water-related issues affecting rural and underserved communities and archive a database that can be used for decision making. Dr. Laban Rutto, agronomist and lead scientist, received two USDA grants. The first, a three-year, $299,000 grant, backs research on stinging nettle, a native Virginia plant with potential uses as medicine, food and fiber. The second, a two-year, $48,000 award under auspices of USDA’s Forest Service, supports research on ramps (a wild relative of onions/garlic served in gourmet restaurants) and black cohosh (a medicinal plant). Dr. John Parry, assistant professor, was awarded $287,415 by USDA to examine the blood glucose-lowering properties of fruit pomace (pulpy residue) for its potential to reduce the onset and control of type 2 diabetes, and possibly decrease insulin requirements for type 1 diabetics. Dr. Reza Rafie, horticulture extension specialist, received a three-year $179,168 grant from USDA to help Virginia growers produce and market fresh raspberries grown in high tunnel structures (unheated greenhouses). Dr. Billy Taylor and the estate of Civil Rights lawyer Oliver W. Hill, Sr. collections of historical documents to the VSU archives. The university has amassed a large collection of materials on the culture and history of African-Americans in Virginia, especially Southside Virginia. These include , reports and photographs that document the Prince Edward County Free School, created during the period of Massive Resistance that protested Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka. VSU alumnae Dr. Dorothy Cotton, one of the highest ranking women in the Southern Christian Leadership Conference during the civil rights movement, received the 2010 National Freedom Award from the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, TN. A $106,365 grant from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), allowed VSU to hire a museum administrator and a project archivist as it expands its on-campus gallery into a larger space in historic Old Towne Petersburg, VA. The capacity-building project will include the development of a strategic plan for the museum, a program of public exhibits, services and outreach, as well as catalog the papers of the late Civil Rights attorney, Oliver W. Hill, Sr., which were donated to VSU’s archives.

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The Dominion Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Dominion Resources, awarded VSU’s School of Engineering, Science and Technology two grants totaling $140,000. The first grant of $100,000 will provide financial support for students interested in STEM disciplines. Another $40,000 will provide VSU students with a structured work experience through service learning. In partnership with Elder Homes and Rebuilding Together Petersburg, students will perform energy audits by incorporating competencies, methodologies and theories learned in class. The Tidewater Chapter of the VSU Alumni Association surpassed the $100,000 mark for the chapter’s endowment, making it VSU’s largest local chapter endowment. Virginia State University’s John Bivens was drafted in the 12th Round of the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft. Bivens was the 369thpick overall by the Milwaukee Brewers. Bivens batted .293 with 5 triples, 5 home runs, 33 RBIs, and made 16 of 20 attempted stolen bases for VSU in 2010. Virginia State University’s golf team took home the 2010 CIAA Team Golf Championship after firing a final-round 307 to defeat Fayetteville State University by nine strokes at Ft. Lee, Virginia. Virginia State University’s golf team participated in the 24th Annual PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship in Port St. Lucia, FL, finishing in second place.

Virginia State University’s Hoova Taylor (Tappahannock, VA) set his sights on winning a National Championship. He accomplished that feat at Johnson C. Smith University’s Irwin Belk Track Complex. In the men’s high jump competition, Taylor overcame poor weather conditions and cleared 2.19 meters (7’ 2.25”) to win the event after a marathon of jump offs. Taylor is VSU’s eighth individual outdoor track and field national champion. He also becomes Virginia State’s first national high jump champion and is the most recent national champion since VSU alumni David McFadden won the triple jump in 1983. Taylor has won the last three major events in the outdoor track and field season: CIAA Championships, Penn Relays and NCAA Division II Nationals. The Virginia State University women’s basketball team received a bid to the NCAA tournament and advanced to the semifinals of the CIAA tournament. The 2010 VSU football team won the CIAA Northern Division and played in the CIAA championship game. This marked the school’s first division title since 1996. Virginia State University’s Linda Person, Jeff Hamilton and James Hill were honored as Coach of the Year at the CIAA Coaches Seminar in Raleigh, NC. Athletic Director Peggy Davis received the Janette A. Lee Athletic Administration Achievement Award and Athletic Director of the Year Award.

Athletic home events Football: Sept. 24 vs. Chowan University @ 6:00 pm Military, Faculty, & Staff Appreciation Day Oct. 1 vs. Bowie State University @ 6:00 pm Take a Kid to the Game Day Oct. 29 vs. Virginia Union University @ 1:30 pm Homecoming

Volleyball: Sept. 7 vs. Davis & Elkins College @ 6:00 pm Sept. 27 vs. University of District of Columbia @ 6:00pm Sept. 30 vs. Virginia University of Lynchburg @ @ 6:00pm Oct. 1 vs. Claflin University @ 6:00 pm Oct. 4 vs. Elizabeth City State University @ 6:00 pm Oct. 7 vs. Lincoln University @ 6:00pm Oct. 8 vs. Bowie State University @ 1:00 pm Oct. 11 vs. Chowan University @ 6:00 pm Oct. 14 vs. Virginia Union University @ 6:00 pm Senior Night

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Mr. and ms. vsu Ms. Ta’Keisha Martin has been named Miss Virginia State University for the 2011-2012 academic year. Ms. Martin is an accounting major with a minor in finance from Geneva, NY. She enjoys singing, poetry, watching Ms. Ta’Keisha Martin comedy movies, and attending church. Ms. Martin is a member of University’s Honors Program, Delta Sigma Theta, the VSU Gospel Chorale, National Association of Black Accountants, Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society, and the Students for Barack Obama Campaign. Upon graduating college, she will accept a position with Abbott Laboratories, located in North Chicago, IL (a position which she was offered at the end of last summer). She will work in their finance department and with team “Mission Africa”, where she’ll

help provide funding and medicine to those struggling with sickness in Africa. Mr. Devin Praylow has been named Mr. Virginia State University for the 2011-2012 academic year. Mr. Praylow is a junior business Mr. Devin Praylow management major with a human resources minor from Alexandria, VA by way of New Orleans, LA. Mr. Praylow is a member of the Reginald F. Lewis School of Business Club, VSU Gospel Chorale, Students in Free Enterprise, and the Louisiana Network (DC Chapter). He enjoys working on cars, spoken word, spending time with family and friends, and playing sports. Upon graduating college, he plans to attend George Mason University or Virginia Commonwealth University to obtain his master’s in business administration.

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student activities calendar August 13

November 29

Sign-up Begins for Freshmen Class Officers

Tree Lighting Ceremony, Foster Hall Lobby

August 25

December 5

Trojan Activities Week

Midnight Breakfast

September 10

January 28

Battle of the Bands, Daniel Gymnasium

Battle of the Bands, Atlanta, GA

September 11

January 31

Freshmen Showcase, Anderson-Turner Auditorium, Virginia Hall

Volunteer Fair

September 13

Spring Fling Week

Volunteer Fair, Foster Hall, Room 300

April 11

September 13

Debates for Student Body Elections

Speeches/Debates for Fall Elections, Harris Hall-Colson Auditorium, 6 p.m.

April 12

September 14

April 13

Elections, Foster Hall Lobby, 10 – 3 p.m.

September 17 Platinum Street Ballin’, Daniel Gymnasium

September 28 Department of Student Activities Pool Party

April 9 – 14

Student Body Elections Campus and Community Clean-up Day

April 14 Mr. and Miss Virginia State University Pageant

April 14 Special Olympics, Rogers Stadium

November 16 Thanksgiving Dinner, Jones Dining Hall

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