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Attend one of our college-hosted opportunities to expand your network and learn more about our innovative programs and research. Our university also provides opportunities for all Hokies and friends to attend broader events and reunions, and you're never too far from another Hokie when you connect to your local chapter.

Structural Technology

Part One: Saturday, Oct. 7, and Sunday, Oct. 8
General Structures reviews the necessary knowledge of structural theory and behavior of different building components in steel, concrete, and wood.

Part Two: Saturday, Oct. 14, and Sunday, Oct. 15
Lateral Forces emphasizes the effects of lateral forces on buildings and structural framing layout.

These courses provide an overview of the fundamentals of structural technology topics in preparation for the structural portions of the Architect Registration Examination (ARE5.0) offered by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). They also provide up to 32 hours of continuing education learning units approved by the American Institute of Architects.

Part One qualifies for 20 Learning Unit (LU), and Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) hours approved by the American Institute of Architects. Part Two qualifies for 12 LU and HSW hours.

Register and learn more.


Service is who we are as Hokies, and we offer several ways to volunteer at Virginia Tech. 


We provide several resources to help you build your network and explore new career opportunities.

Young Women Alumni Social
Career Fair Laughing
Tailgate Woman and Kids
Young Alumni at Social in DC

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