Living in Hampton Roads
Home to EVMS' main campus, Norfolk is the second-largest city in Virginia and is considered to be region's cultural, historical, educational, financial, and medical centerpiece.
From sundrenched beaches to bustling metropolitan backdrops, Hampton Roads offers something for everyone. Living in the coastal, southeastern region of Virginia means close proximity most major cities on the U.S. East Coast and a year-round mild climate. With an affordable cost of living and high ranks in various “quality of life” surveys, the Hampton Roads region abounds in cultural, educational and economic opportunities.
Hampton Roads has a combined population of 1.7 million, and residents of seven cities call the region home.