Class of 2019 Teams with Researchers and Scholars

The University of Virginia’s Class of 2019 contains a wide array of graduates who have received scholarships and research awards during their time at UVA.

6 Students Tell Their 2019 Summer Education Abroad Stories

This summer, 997 undergraduate students from UVA traveled abroad for educational purposes, participating in 75 unique programs across 58 different countries.

Landmark Vote by College Faculty to Approve, Expand New Curriculum

 

The University of Virginia’s Arts & Sciences faculty voted on Friday to fully adopt its New College Curriculum for students to fulfill their General Education requirements. The new model represents the first significant, comprehensive changes to the College’s undergraduate student curriculum in more than 40 years.

Here's Why First-Year Students Should Not Wait to Visit the Career Center

It’s not too soon for even the newest Wahoos to drop in. Here’s why: Not only can career advisers provide in-depth knowledge about employers, they can get students up and running with basics like packaging résumés, doing mock interviews, connecting them with internships and jobs and helping students envision their futures.

UVA Selects 41 Advisers to Help High School Students Navigate College Admissions

Guiding the next generation toward higher education is the mission of the Virginia College Advising Corps. The corps is made up of 41 recent graduates of the University of Virginia, UVA’s College at Wise and several other schools, will spend the next year helping low-income, underrepresented and first-generation high school students navigate the college admissions process. 

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UVA Global First: Begin your UVA Experience in a New and Exciting Way

With programs in London, Shanghai, or Valencia, first-year A&S students have the opportunity to combine a compelling classroom experience with deep exploration of local history, cultures, politics, and architecture. Click here to learn more and apply!

Student-Created Mental Health Forum Erases Stigma of Depression, One Post at a Time

At the University of Virginia, students are taking the issue into their own hands, sharing their struggles publicly to not only heal, but to erase the stigma that comes with anxiety and depression by lifting up one another. Graduate student Alexandra Pentel founded If You’re Reading This – an interactive, online forum addressing mental health issues. 

Walk-In Advising with the
“Dean of the Day” 

Walk-in Advising hours are held daily from 2:30-4:00 in Monroe Hall during the summer, fall and spring terms when classes are in session.

Dates & Deadlines

January 27

Last Day to: Drop a Class, Add a Class, Select AU (Audit) Option, Change to or from "Credit/No Credit" Option


March 1

Application for Readmission for Summer and/or Fall 2020 Opens (Use SIS eForm)


March 7 - 15

Spring Recess


March 16

Last Day to Withdraw from a Class (use SIS; paper forms due by 5 PM)

Degree Programs