The VMI Summer Session facilitates cadets’ progression toward degree completion by offering courses for academic credit during the summer, consistent with the Academic Program Mission. Specific goals include:
- To enhance cadet retention and optimize graduation rates.
- To provide opportunities for cadets to enrich their education.
- To enable cadets to attend the VMI Summer Session and also attend ROTC summer camps, engage in internships, and earn income.
The primary objectives of the Summer Session are to:
- offer courses of academic rigor consistent with the standards during the regular academic year.
- provide cadets with the opportunity to meet VMI readmission standards, curricular requirements, scholarship requirements, and athletic eligibility requirements by enabling them to earn credit for subjects in which they stand deficient.
- facilitate transfer from one curriculum to another.
- enable VMI cadets to receive credit for courses in advance of their class.
- provide opportunities for cadets to enrich their education by earning multiple majors and/or minors and by participating in undergraduate research, study aboard, and internship experiences.
- offer academic support activities.
- operate the Summer Session in a manner that is fiscally self-sustaining.
Consistent with Federal and State law, the Virginia Military Institute does not discriminate against employees, cadets, or applicants on the basis of race, color, sex, age, veteran status, national origin, ,or disability in its programs and activities.. Every VMI staff member, faculty member and cadet has the right to work and study in an environment free from discrimination and should be treated with dignity and respect. VMI complaint and grievance procedures provide employees and cadets with the means for resolving complaints that this Statement has been violated. VMI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Anyone having questions concerning discrimination or the application of Title IX regulations should contact Title IX Coordinator, 212 Carroll Hall, VMI, Lexington, Va. 24450, (540) 464-7072. Any cadet or prospective cadet having questions about disability services for students should contact the Director of Disability Services, Miller Academic Center, VMI, Lexington, Va. 24450, (540) 464-7765. For employment-related disability services, contact the Employee Disability Services Coordinator in the VMI Human Resources Office, Lexington, Va, 24450, (540) 464-7322.