University releases detailed plan for fall semester.
President Ryan outlines what to expect for the coming semester.
From the spring quarantine to the fall quandary, how UVA is confronting the coronavirus.
President James E. Ryan shares a reflection on the early days of UVA’s response to the coronavirus crisis.
A Supreme Court justice and a media mogul were among the recipients.
Our interview with UVA’s president and provost—from a distance.
President James E. Ryan discusses the University’s dedication to supporting students’ personal, intellectual and professional development.
University commits to shrinking its carbon footprint while expanding its physical one.
A UVA landmark comes back to life following a rich history and a $14M renovation
The admissions office has seen a record number of applications this year.
A columnist and a former congresswoman will bring varying perspectives to the center.
Tuition increases will affect in-state and out-of-state students.
Dr. Craig Kent takes the helm after serving as a dean and vice president at Ohio State.
After more than 40 years at UVA, the student affairs chief plans to step down in August.
Decades of musings and drawings adorn Alderman carrels. How UVA is making sure some of it survives.
President Ryan looks at how UVA hopes to represent the best in higher education.
The University fell from No. 25 to No. 28 after losing ground on the new category “social mobility.”
The Health System vows indigent relief, less litigation.
Two Tony Bennetts launched the campaign, which has already raised more than half of its goal.
The program received approval from the State Council of Higher Education in September.
President Ryan presents a brief overview of the goals and strategies of his strategic plan, approved in August.
There’s a lot more to UVA’s just-approved 2030 strategy than the list of 10 “key initiatives.” A lot more.
The former Stanford Law dean, called a “complete partner” by Jim Ryan, will focus on faculty and research as the team implements the 2030 Strategic Plan.
New funding is expected to help the school expand its mission and physical footprint.
The binding option returns after a hiatus due to demand but won’t replace early action.