Does my child need to be the president of the class, play three varsity sports, walk dogs at the SPCA and spend part of her summer at a leadership conference in Amsterdam to be competitive at UVA?
UVaExpress provides bus rides, greetings for international students
The bus ride from Dulles to Charlottesville helps with that adjustment, giving students a chance to bond and ask questions. “One girl was very interested in seeing cows,” Kirtland says. “Another was surprised at the number of churches.”
Annual ceremony honors award-winning students, faculty, alumni and staff
How does the University regard transfer students, particularly those from community colleges?
Put a positive spin on a downturn with solid planning
Lifelong learning is still the focus
Jefferson Scholars' center will provide common ground for various disciplines
The center, located on two acres on Maury Avenue, is scheduled for completion by the beginning of the 2009 fall semester.
The International Media Wall displays news, sports and cultural programs from other countries on four screens in Alderman Library.
Class ring, ID card find their way home
Straight Talk: Demystifying the admission process
Grant has unexpected payoff in African project
Weather and football victory make Homecomings sparkle
Painting wins contest, in the nick of time
Well-planned interview key to landing job offer
UVA, Virginia Tech alumni join forces in Habitat for Humanity challenge in Richmond
Transitioning from staff member to manager
Former WTJU deejays get behind the mic
The admission process gets personal
Fund helps future nurses, doctors and lawyers pursue public good
Depending on when they were born, today’s workers can be vastly different
Black alumni celebrate old ties, new links