Central Office, Division of Student Affairs
Student Affairs is comprised of departments promoting the intellectual, personal, social, moral, financial, physical, and psychological development of VCU students.
901 Floyd Ave.
Disability Support Services
Welcomes and serves VCU students with documented disabilities who are registered for classes on the Monroe Park Campus.
907 Floyd Ave., room 102
Office of Multicultural Student Affairs
Features cultural programs, discussion groups, student organizations, scholarship opportunities, and much more in an effort to strengthen the University's sense of community through cultural appreciation.
907 Floyd Ave., room 215
Office of Student Conduct & Academic Integrity
Supports the educational mission of the University by educating students about appropriate behavior and fostering a community supporting academic success.
Offers a diversity of programmed and informal recreational, fitness and sports activities for VCU students and faculty/staff/alumni/plus one members.
101 S. Linden St.
Residential Life & Housing
Provides safe, inclusive, and well-maintained facilities where we build intentional communities to empower residents in their academic excellence, citizenship and personal growth.
301 W. Cary St.
Student Media Center
Dedicated to the support and encouragement of responsible, independent student media to connect, explore and enrich the lives of the university’s many constituencies.
817 W. Broad St.
Technology Support Services
Technology Support Services provide technical support and services to the Division of Student Affairs staff through the DSA Help Desk and VCU students through the Resnet Help Desk.
809 W. Broad St.
University Counseling Services
Creates an environment that fosters student growth, development, and psychological well being through direct clinical service, education, and prevention.
907 Floyd Ave., room 238
University Student Health Services
Provides quality outpatient medical care and public health services, which includes health education programming that empowers students to become full participants in their health care.
1300 W. Broad St.
University Student Commons and Activities
The facilities, services, and programs bring together all members of the VCU community and contributes to the intellectual, emotional, and social growth through informal interaction.
907 Floyd Ave., room 104
The Wellness Resource Center
Maximizes student success by fostering a healthy campus environment. The Wellness Resource Center is the public health outreach branch of University Student Health Services.
815 S. Cathedral Pl.
VCU Career Services
Committed to providing support to VCU students and recent alumni (one year or less) in the life-long career development process.
907 Floyd Ave., room 143
Living-Learning Program for undergraduate students of sophomore status or above, focused on developing graduates who can successfully lead professional and civic organizations within their respective fields.
1000 W. Grace St.