In response to concerns about student safety after a weekend of violence in Charlottesville, the University is reminding all UVA community members of the resources available to them. more >
Even as chaos and violence continued to unfold in Charlottesville on Saturday, UVA alumni were coming together in the city and online to talk about how they could help. more >
See some of the online responses from the UVA community as Charlottesville recovers from this weekend’s violence with the world watching. more >
UVA’s president mourns the loss of life, and says the University community must stay committed to its core values to reject the hatred of white supremacists that sparked violence on Grounds and in Charlottesville. more >
This open letter to the Class of 2021 was written as a unified effort of the University's Black Alumni and developed after over 200 alumni, led by Gregory Jackson and Cameron Webb, took action "to support the efforts in Charlottesville in order to strengthen the community that helped to shape our individual characters over the years." more >
The University of Virginia strongly condemns the hateful and violent activities in Charlottesville and on Grounds this weekend. For a list of University statements, see below. more >
Fourth-Year Class President Malcolm Stewart had a brush with fame Thursday when alumna and journalist Katie Couric dropped by to reminisce about her days as a Lawn resident in the room he now calls home. more >
The University of Virginia is deploying 24 recent graduates, members of the Virginia College Advising Corps, into high school guidance departments around the state to work with students who might not otherwise consider higher education. more >