Oak Lane seeks to provide opportunities to grow, lead, and develop relationships through the implementation of a learning-centered curriculum that's rooted in the interfratneral community values of Engage, Lead, Learn, Inspire, and Serve.
Oak Lane strives to build unity within the interfraternal community by creating an environment that values scholarship, leadership, and inclusion where individuals can live out through their unique chapter experiences.
What is Oak Lane?
At Virginia Tech, our Greek organizations have a home at Oak Lane. Located behind the golf course, Oak Lane is comprised of 19 buildings that house fraternities and sororities on campus. Oak Lane features recreational fields, volleyball courts, basketball courts, and a pavillion that may be reserved by on-campus groups. Rooms are suite-style with a shared bath. Amenities and room size/setup vary by house. Students living at Oak Lane should be famliar with the Oak Lane Community Guide.
Assistant Director: Aliana Harrison
Area Office Manager: Diwana Chapman
Residential Learning Coordinator - Oaklane: Stephen Henninger
Assistant Residential Learning Coordinator - Oaklane: Megan Lorincz
Housekeeping Supervisor: Lorette Amos
Area Office: Go to your area office to take advantage of a wide range of services including key loans, lost keys, room changes, and group space reservations.
Newman Area Office
A27 Newman Hall
- Mail Room: Each building has its own mailroom.
- Go to Residential Mail Services for more information on mail distribution, address format, package pick-up, and updating your address.
- Each building at Oak Lane contains a laundry room.
- Use Laundry Web to reserve a washer or dryer, tell you how many machines are in use, or send you a text when your laundry is done. All machines accept coins or Hokie Passport debit.