Nearly 4,000 first-years arrived on Grounds this fall. Dig into some of the numbers that shape latest class of Wahoos.
The raise should better reflect the cost of living.
Ian H. Solomon brings more than 20 years of experience at the local, national and international levels.
The Class of 2020’s student leaders bring big ideas, diverse experiences.
Kevin G. McDonald takes over as UVA’s vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion on Aug. 1.
The executive committee voted in April to maintain current in-state undergraduate tuition, but changes are on the horizon.
Ambitious plans to remake Emmet/Ivy area start with a hotel and conference center.
Attendance costs shift for UVA and UVA at Wise.
Tennis star Danielle Collins (Col ’16) and Super Bowl-winner Chris Long (Col ’08) are making headlines
UVA’s new chief operating officer, Jennifer “J.J.” Wagner Davis, gets going
Dean Dorrie Fontaine prepares to retire in July.
A Jefferson Trust grant sprouted into the new School of Data Science
The President's Commission on Slavery and the University releases its final report and recommends further action after 5 years of research.
Remembering the University's sixth president.
UVA inaugurated its ninth president, James E. Ryan (Law '92), in October.
The famed overhead projector of Elzinga's Econ 201 class did not survive the move to Culbreth Theatre.
New ramps to the Lawn will allow for greater accessibility.
A former official of the Trump administration joins the Miller Center, triggering resignations.
UVA President James E. Ryan gets off to a fast start, taking on tough issues and attracting high-level talent.
An advisory committee formed by the Deans Working Group examines the principles of the University's historical figures and spaces.
More than 3,800 first-years will join the Wahoo family this fall. Dig into some of the numbers that shape the Class of 2022.
The University has tightened its policy for outsiders who want to make a speech, protest, hand out leaflets or otherwise exercise free-speech rights on Grounds.
University Hall, the former home to the basketball programs and the venue of legendary concerts, will be demolished to make room for additional sports fields.
President-elect Jim Ryan has begun the process of filling top leadership positions at the University.