How to Protect Your Mental Health During a Quarantine

As the number of coronavirus infections continues to rise, the likelihood more people will need to self-quarantine or self-isolate is becoming evident.

Student Coronavirus Tracking Website Tops Nearly 1.4 Million Views from 193 Countries

TrackCorona, a COVID-19 tracking website developed by two University of Virginia students, James Yun and Soukarya Ghosh, and friends at Virginia Tech and Stanford University, is proving to be a valuable public service for anyone who wants to know more about the development of the pandemic. 

Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

Congratulations Graduates!

Main UVA Virtual Celebration

May 16, 2020 at 1:00pm

Arts & Sciences Virtual Celebration

May 16, 2020 at 1:45pm

COVID-19 Causes Sweeping Changes to University Operations

The University of Virginia is closely monitoring the emergence of COVID-19, and consulting with experts at UVA Health, the Virginia Department of Health, the CDC and other partners. The top priority is the safety of the members of the University community, and UVA will make decisions based on public health guidance and current conditions here and elsewhere. 

Physics Professor Lou Bloomfield Explains the Crucial Math Behind Social Distancing

University of Virginia physicist Lou Bloomfield has a clear message about social distancing to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus. “From a statistical point of view, every time you keep your distance from others during this crisis, you are saving lives,” the popular physics professor said. Bloomfield created a video explaining how social distancing can decrease the exponential growth of the virus.

6 Things UVA Students can do to Prepare for Online Classes

Students and faculty members at the University of Virginia are settling into a new routine of online coursework as UVA joins institutions nationwide making efforts to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. UVA faculty and staff are working hard to make this transition as smooth as possible. Numerous resources are available to help students, from technology checklists and guides to advice about building a routine and connecting with professors and University resources available virtually.

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

Walk-in Advising hours will be held from 2:30-4:00 during the summer and fall 2020 semesters but via Zoom only. Click here for information on how to join a meeting.

Dates & Deadlines

July 13 - August 7

Summer Session III

July 30

Last Day to Apply for Readmission for Fall 2020 Semester (Use eForm in SIS)

August 5 to October 1

Students Apply in SIS for December 2020 Graduation

August 24

Deadline to File for Leave of Absence for Fall 2020 (Use eForm in SIS)

Majors & Minors