The 236-acre campus is located in Virginia’s historic Chesterfield County, on a bluff overlooking the Appomattox River.
On-campus facilities include a fully wired, 280,000-volume library, a new science and engineering center, a computer technology center and a campus radio station. VSU also owns and operates a 416-acre farm and agricultural research center.
The best way to learn about Virginia State University is to visit our beautiful campus. We can arrange both individual and group tours. We're sure you'll be favorably impressed with the many exciting things happening on our campus.