This spring, the University will dedicate the new Everett Tennis Center, built on the foundation of the Penzold Tennis Center.  The new complex is comprised of eight new courts.  This facility will further the University's winning athletic tradition while enhancing the holistic development of our student-athletes.


The most recent renovations of Blocker Hall will allow science majors as well as non-science majors access to modern research facilities and state-of-the-art equipment. These renovations will prepare our students for advanced study and careers in the natural sciences and beyond.


Virginia Wesleyan recently completed its Key to the Future Campaign, generating $53.5 million for several strategic projects.  The renovation of Hofheimer Library, which re-opened in January 2009, is among one of the notable accomplishments from the campaign.  The Hofheimer Library is the academic hub of campus thanks to modern upgrades and additional accessibility.

  • Created 24-hour study hall
  • Created technology classrooms and enlarged computer labs
  • Additional floor space accommodating more students
  • New Neil Britton Art Gallery