Though best known as an world-class tourist destination, Williamsburg and neighboring Yorktown and Jamestown offer up plenty of reasons for potential residents to call the Historic Triangle home. More »
Centrally located on the U.S. East Coast, EVMS serves the southeastern region of Virginia known as Hampton Roads. The region comprises nine major cities: Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson and Williamsburg.
Living in the coastal, southeastern region of Virginia means close proximity to most major cities on the U.S. East Coast. Consistently earning high ranks in various “quality of life” surveys, the region offers an affordable cost of living and abounds in cultural, educational and economic opportunities. Seven colleges and universities, as well as two community college systems, offer residents ample educational resources. International trade, shipbuilding, health care, tourism, military facilities and agriculture provide a diverse economic base with a wide range of employment possibilities.
Hampton Roads, also known as the Tidewater Region, boasts a year-round coastal climate, with mild winters and pleasant autumn and spring seasons. Summers are warm, yet tempered by breezes from the Atlantic Ocean, Chesapeake Bay and neighboring waterways.