As part of the Virginia Intermont community, you will join a diverse body of students from 30 states and four countries. Our administration, faculty, and staff commit to creating an environment that recognizes and embraces students’ varying backgrounds — in every aspect of the college experience. Virginia Intermont’s student organizations and committees help to further that mission.
Alpha Chi National Honor Society
This society is based on the good character and academic standing of students. Membership is open to all juniors and seniors in the top 10% of the class.
A national leadership and service organization, membership in Cardinal Key is open to juniors and seniors with a 3.0 or better average. In addition to the academic standards, members are selected on the basis of contributions to the campus and community.
Active in equine studies departmental policies, projects and shows, the club contributes to the improvement of the Virginia Intermont Riding Center. Membership is open to any student enrolled in equine studies classes.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The FCA is dedicated to providing students with the opportunity to receive and serve Christian values and also serve in fellowship with others in the community.
The Focus Group
The Focus Group is an arts-based student-run organization at Virginia Intermont College. We feel more is to be gained from our college experience when sharing artistic dialogue and thoughts outside the classroom. This group aims to bring together fresh creative minds who are enthusiastic about their future in photography and want to form a community that benefits themselves and one another.
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Gay Straight Alliance
Members seek to unite all students regardless of gender or sexual orientation.
Virginia Intermont College’s official environmental club. Members are proactively green on campus and in the community.
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International Affairs Club
Members seek to raise awareness of and participate in solutions to global concerns.
Celebrate poetry, “the language of life,” with the Poetry Club. The club meets twice a month for reading, fellowship and music.
This club explores the world of psychology through guest speakers, research, fundraising, and social events. Membership is open to all students.
Social Work Club
This group seeks to promote mutual interaction and exchange between the campus community and the local community through service. Membership is open to all students.
Student Activities Board
A committee of the Virginia Intermont Student Government Association. This group provides leadership opportunities for students in planning programs for the campus community. Membership is open to all students.
Student Government Association
The SGA represents and furthers the interest of the entire student body. All students are members of the SGA. Voting members are elected each spring.
The Theatre Department presents at least five theatrical productions each year. Auditions are open to all VI students and faculty. Performers as well as technical assistants are welcome.