Like many students, Gomez struggled to find a major he was passionate about. A chance meeting and a mentor in Curry School of Education pushed him in the right direction. more >
The California-based alumni’s latest gift of $43.9 million will support student scholarships and establish the Karsh Center for Law and Democracy. more >
The entering Jefferson Scholars were selected from nearly 2,000 outstanding students nominated across the country. more >
Gibson has served and protected the University community since 1982, working his way up from patrol officer to leadership of the 160-member organization. more >
Nursing student Rebecca Abdul fought for nearly four years to get her mother out of the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo. With just days to spare, her mother was granted a visa and will be in Charlottesville May 20 to see her daughter graduate. more >
Joshua Zabin and Katherine Gasser will study in Tajikistan and Poland, respectively, as Boren Scholars, part of the National Security Education Program. more >
The inside of a Pegasus helicopter. The stacks in Special Collections. The Rotunda roof. Experience some hard-to-reach corners of Grounds via 360-degree video. more >