THE RAM GUIDE ESSENTIALS FOR MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR VCU EXPERIENCE
What is the Ram Guide? The Ram Guide is a living piece of VCU history. It combines the rich history of Virginia Commonwealth University with your personal legacy. Each member of the VCU community will have individual experiences that reflect our diverse makeup. This guide, however, contains meaningful suggestions intended to help you make the most of your time here.
How should I use the Ram Guide? The Ram Guide provides brief – albeit important – information about VCU’s beginning and history. In addition, the Ram Guide offers information about events and traditions that have turned VCU people, books and buildings into a diverse, engaged and thriving community.
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Egyptian Building – now featured in VCU’s seal – becomes home to medical department.
The School of Art is established at the Richmond division of W&M.
1917 Richmond School of Social Economy is founded. Now the School of Social Work, it was the first of its kind in the South.
1956 The Village Café – a longtime favorite – is opened and continues to serve VCU today.
Once the Green Devils, the VCU mascot is official named to be The Ram.
1968 RPI and MCV merge and Virginia Commonwealth University is born.
The men’s basketball times makes it’s first appearance in the NCAA tournament.
1996 VCU-Carver partnership is formed, helping connect the VCU and Richmond communities.
The first Richmond ArtWalk is held, showcasing VCU and local talent.
First Ram Spirit Walk
2006 Summer Reading
Cary Street Gym
Rams Horns Menâ€™s basketball to Final Four
Ram Spirit Walk
Basketball â€˘â€Ż Homecoming
VCU Spirit Gear
Arts and Culture