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We are a community of Virginia Tech students and faculty exploring 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 HOURS

 

**Re-opening Jan 17.**

Regular Semester 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 discussion group or a grad student roundtable, or dive deep with our core Fellows program!

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…

Join us as Virginia Tech professors Mark Embree and Sylvester Johnson explore some of the challenges facing today’s universities , engaging the perspectives of Wendell Berry and Jacques Maritain in their essay “The Loss of the University”. Light refreshments will be followed by an interactive discussion with the audience. RSVP by February 26 will receive a digital copy [...]

Join us for an interactive discussion with two scholars – author Kaitlyn Schiess and VT prof Matthew Gabriele – exploring the role of the Bible in American politics, and how we might respond to the tribalism, distrust of institutions, and widespread feeling of anxiety in America’s political and cultural life. Is there hope?  

Passages Trip to Israel

June 4 - June 14

The Bradley Study Center is thrilled to be partnering with Passages Israel to sponsor a trip to Israel for Virginia Tech students in June 2023!  If you’ve wanted to walk in the steps of Jesus and see early Christian history come to life, this is the trip for you! Learn more and apply here.

UPCOMING EVENTS…

Join us as Virginia Tech professors Mark Embree and Sylvester Johnson explore some of the challenges facing today’s universities , engaging the perspectives of Wendell Berry and Jacques Maritain in their essay “The Loss of the University”. Light refreshments will be followed by an interactive discussion with the audience. RSVP by February 26 will receive a digital copy [...]

Join us for an interactive discussion with two scholars – author Kaitlyn Schiess and VT prof Matthew Gabriele – exploring the role of the Bible in American politics, and how we might respond to the tribalism, distrust of institutions, and widespread feeling of anxiety in America’s political and cultural life. Is there hope?