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We are a Christian study center at Virginia Tech, helping students and faculty explore the rich intellectual traditions of the Christian faith and dedicated to a thoughtful Christian presence in the university.

LOCATION

104 Faculty Street
Blacksburg, VA 24060

(right off Main Street behind PKs)

OPEN STUDY HOURS

Monday – 9am-5pm
Tuesday – 9am-5pm
Wednesday – 9am-5pm
Thursday – 9am-5pm
Friday – 9am-3pm

What does your faith in Christ mean for your education and your life calling?

Join us for a hort course, dive deep with our core Fellows program, or join the student email list to be in the know about study snacks and other events!

What does being salt and light look like as Christian faculty in the home of the Hokies?

Connect with fellow Christian faculty, grow your own passion for your faith and your field, and find opportunities to mentor students.

Need a study spot?

Located downtown right off campus, the Bradley Study Center is a hub for studying and connecting with people. Come for the coffee and wifi, check out the library, or book the space for your own campus ministry events after hours.

UPCOMING EVENTS…

Pop-up Breakfast

February 28 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Free bagels make the mid-semester hump better. Come by 104 Faculty Street for a pop-up bagel bar 9:00-11:00am Wednesday morning this week! — it's also a great place to do some studying after/during your snack.

The Veritas Forum 2024

March 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Science has answered so many questions about how the universe works and how we can work for the betterment of humanity. Faced with such scientific advances, many conclude there is no longer any need for religion and belief systems to understand the mysteries of our universe. But do the limits of science as a way [...]

In 2013, astrophysicist (and atheist) Nahum Arav and chemist (and Christian) Paul Carlier met as participants on a forum on science and religion. Thanks to gift cards from the forum organizers, Nahum and Paul began meeting for lunch at the Cellar to better understand their different perspectives on religion, the meaning and purpose of life, [...]

UPCOMING EVENTS…

Pop-up Breakfast

February 28 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Free bagels make the mid-semester hump better. Come by 104 Faculty Street for a pop-up bagel bar 9:00-11:00am Wednesday morning this week! — it's also a great place to do some studying after/during your snack.

The Veritas Forum 2024

March 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Science has answered so many questions about how the universe works and how we can work for the betterment of humanity. Faced with such scientific advances, many conclude there is no longer any need for religion and belief systems to understand the mysteries of our universe. But do the limits of science as a way [...]