The U.S. News rankings report also revealed that UVA has the best six-year graduation rate of any public national university overall and the best rate for Pell Grant recipients.
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September 05, 2019
Do you have a required, mouth-watering dish? A permanent spot for your tailgate? Or maybe you need the right tunes and some cornhole to make your site sing? Read on to get hyped for the game and discover some tips that may enliven your own tailgating fun.
August 27, 2019
From Kiplinger to Money Magazine, publications roll out their assessments of colleges and universities just as students descend upon campuses around the country. Here’s how UVA has stacked up so far.
August 23, 2019
Families pulled packed cars into parking spaces all along Alderman and McCormick roads, where UVA “Greeters” waited with strong arms ready to be filled with stuffed Ikea bags, microwaves and mini refrigerators.
August 19, 2019
Adriana Allen and Nick Smith, co-chairs of the residence staff program through Housing and Residence Life, offer tips and tricks to make students’ move-in days flawless.
August 12, 2019
Money ranked UVA the 10th-best-value school for the third year in a row, and No. 7 in the magazine’s ranking of public universities. UVA is the only public university in Money’s top 10 to meet 100% of students’ demonstrated financial need.
August 02, 2019
Supported by UVA’s formidable Conferences@UVA office, UVA is host to about 70 different programs and more than 120 camp and conference sessions throughout the summer season.
July 25, 2019
The new distinction comes after the Princeton Review ranked UVA as America’s “best value” public college in 2018 and U.S News and World Report ranked UVA the No. 2 best-value public university in the country this year.
July 23, 2019
Want to check out the Rotunda to scope out cool study spaces? This tour has it. How about touring the Alderman Road residence halls and learning about all the amenities, as well as the two grassy quads where you can grill or play Frisbee? It’s all there.
July 22, 2019
We talked with psychology professor Daniel Willingham about his recent New York Times piece, “The High Price of Multitasking.” Here, he lays out the huge risks and offers tips to lessen the threats that come with doing more than one thing at a time.