Applied Research Center (ARC) - an advanced materials engineering and laser technology research center staffed with industry/university teams utilizing Jefferson Lab technologies and providing commercial product-related research in the areas of thin film technology, laser and plasma processing of materials, materials analysis, and devices and sensor fabrication.
Career Management Center - providing the Career Advantage Program to students, the Alumni Advantage Program for graduates, and the Recruiting Advantage Partnership to employers; offers a full array of career programs and services.
Center for Advanced Engineering Environments (CAEE) - a focal point for the diverse research activities pertaining to distributed collaborative synthesis and learning technologies and their application to future aerospace systems, including the synergistic coupling of modeling, visual simulations, intelligent agents, multimedia and synthetic environments, human-computer interactions, computational intelligence, computational, information and collaboration technologies in the multidisciplinary analysis, sensitivity studies optimization, design and operation of future aerospace systems.
Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics - performs cutting edge interdisciplinary and multi-institutional research, recruit top faculty and exceptional graduate students, support regional, national, and international programs, and increase external funding and institutional visibility.
Langley Full-Scale Wind Tunnel (LFST) - a full-scale facility for aerodynamic testing of ground, air, and sea vessel structures. LFST is the largest university-operated wind tunnel in the world.
Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) - a full-service, FAA-licensed spaceport located on the NASA Wallops Flight Facility on Virginia's Eastern Shore; ideal for access to the International Space Station. MARS provides low-cost access to mid-inclination and sun synchronous orbits for small- to medium-class expendable launch vehicles with payloads up to 12,000 pounds.
Virginia Applied Technology and Professional Development Center (VATPDC) - identifies and focuses university resources on engineering practice, management, and training, with activities including prototyping, customized testing, manufacturing process improvements, product development, sales and marketing, strategic planning, and performance benchmarking. Training subject areas include engineering management, Lean principles, Six Sigma, network administration and engineering, and information technology