UVA is home to over 700 student organizations - and this is where they all started! If you've got an idea for a student group, activity, or event, our team is ready with the resources you need to turn your dreams into a reality.
Cavalier Fund: For Taking Part in Student Activities
Don't let your finances stop you from getting involved. The Cavalier Fund is an endowment dedicated to ensuring that all students can have a full and fulfilling undergraduate experience, regardless of their means.
The Public Service Pathways program is designed to help students connect to public service as a personal commitment, a lifelong practice, or even a career. Pathways is designed to help students get the knowledge, experiences, and career guidance they need to make positive change in the lives of others.
During the first weeks of school, Wahoo Welcome is a University-wide program that helps to prepare you for life at UVA, acclimates you to Grounds, helps you to find connections with your peers, and helps you find your place at the University.
Students transferring to the University of Virginia come from more than 200 other institutions of higher learning across the United States and around the world, bringing a wealth of experiences and backgrounds with them. We're delighted that you've chosen UVA as the place where you'll learn, explore, and achieve.
Trustees and Class Council members are charged with identifying and programming events to serve the unique needs of their respective classes. Alumni Association staff advise and support the First-Year, Second-Year and Third-Year Class Councils and Fourth-Year Trustees in selecting Council members, organizing the class gift, and planning events such as Lighting of the Lawn, Dinner Series and First Year Formal.
We're here to support students participating in recognized chapters of fraternity and sorority life! Our goal is to serve as a primary point of contact - liaising with alumni and chapter headquarters - while empowering student leaders to pursue the principles of scholarship, leadership, service, diversity, honor, and self-governance.
Madison House is the independent volunteer center for students at the University of Virginia. We coordinate volunteers, develop leaders, build community partnerships, and promote a lifelong commitment to service.
The McIntire School of Commerce is regarded as one of the nation’s finest business schools, offering world-class programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and certificate levels. Students may choose to concentrate in Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Management, or Information Technology.