People tend to check in during these times:
Burruss Hall is the main administration building on campus. It contains a 3,003-seat auditorium, a venue where major events such as commencement, presidential speeches, concerts, and arts shows are held.
Listen up: Seven times a day on weekdays and five times on Saturdays and Sundays, the Burruss Hall carillon covers the Drillfield with the chiming of bells.
Find a public access defibrillator on the second floor, east of the auditorium.
Take a good look at the flagpole outside. It was installed to lean 4.5 degrees north-northwest.
Wave hello! The Burruss Hall webcam points at the sidewalk in front of the main entrance and toward the Drillfield. Here's the link for viewing: http://www.vtnews.vt.edu/webcams/burruss.html
The admissions office is located here. Campus tours start in Burruss.
Burruss Hall is the main administration building on campus. It also houses interior design and landscape architecture offices, studios,and classrooms for the College of Architecture and Urban Studies.