Learn about requirements and the application process.
Architecture Services & Resources
The School provides a wide range of facilities and services to support current students in their work. Click through to the website for a full list. Below are links to key resources.
Find out if Batten is the right fit for you by connecting with their Admissions team.
Current Batten students can access a variety of career development and other support services.
College of A&S Advising
Learn about Association Deans, faculty advisors, and academic requirements. All students in the College have both a faculty advisor and an Association Dean. Your dean can help you to think about your choice of major, course enrollment, academic struggles, and other challenges. Check on SIS, give us a call, or visit Monroe 101 to learn more.
Counseling at CAPS
Information and Contacts
We are the primary student counseling clinic on Grounds. We are committed to providing a safe and affirming environment for all students seeking to improve their wellbeing. To get started, contact us for a screening appointment.
Contact us to learn about the School of Education and Human Development’s 20+ areas of study, 4 undergraduate majors, 2 undergraduate minors, and graduate programs.
Curry Student Services
Current Curry students can access a variety of career development and other support services.
Contacts and Location
Get in touch to learn about opportunities and requirements for studying abroad!
International Students and Scholars Program
Information and Contacts
Resources and information for international students.
Information and Staff
The LGBTQ Center is both a welcoming physical space and a programming center for the University. Whether you’re questioning, coming out, queer, or an ally, the Center has something for you.
To help students make informed academic decisions, we offer one-on-one academic advising, information sessions, and other events for students interested in the School’s curriculum, programs, and admissions process. Visit our walk-in advising hours or get in touch.
McIntire Student Services
For Current McIntire Students
The McIntire Student Services and Academic Operations Office serves to encourage, empower, and support undergraduate and graduate students toward the successful completion of academic and co-curricular programs in the School of Commerce.
Multicultural Student Center
Multicultural Student Services, a unit within the Office of the Dean of Students, provides programs and services to meet the needs of a diverse student body. Through MSS, students can participate in mentoring programs, leadership development programs, receive individual and group support, cultural organization support, and can engage with both the Multicultural Student Center (MSC) and LGBTQ Center (QC).
The cultural communities we directly serve through the Multicultural Student Services include Asian/Asian Pacific/South Asian/Desi American (A/APA), Middle Eastern & North African, Hispanic/Latinx, Native/Aboriginal, and LGBTQ.
Office of African American Affairs
OAAA is charged with the responsibility of assisting academic and non-academic units in meeting the challenges of service delivery to African-American students. Students can find support and community through a variety of programs and through conversations with dedicated faculty and staff. We also offer a well-developed peer advising program.
ODOS Crisis Response
Dean On Call, Crisis and Incident Response
ODOS provides 24-hour crisis management and incident response/follow-up services to University students.
ODOS Student Support
The deans at ODOS support students facing a wide variety of challenges. They work closely with the academic deans and faculty. Contact ODOS to set up a one-on-one meeting.
Pre-Health and Law Advising
Pre-Health & Pre-Law
Health Professions is the “umbrella term” that contains many healthcare careers and professional school options. Applying to a health professions school may seem daunting, but our Pre-Health Advisors are here to help you through the process. Visit our walk-in hours or make an appointment.
Thinking about pursing a career in the legal professions? Not sure where to start? We’re here to answer your questions and guide you through the exploration, preparation and application process for law school. Visit our walk-in hours or make an appointment.
You bring the motivation, and we’ll bring the intellectual stimuli, opportunities for scholarship, academic rigor and world-class mentors. Our human-centered approach starts with admissions and continues throughout your academic career. Small enough to be supportive of each individual, our program is also large enough to provide an expansive array of resources, perspectives and experiences. We invite you to investigate our degree programs and join us on a journey of lifelong learning and professional advancement.
Get in touch with this office to learn more about admissions requirements and the application process.
Nursing Student Services
The Office of Admissions and Student Services (OASS) provides students with the resources and support for academic and professional success. We work closely with faculty and staff in the School and University to foster student achievement, research, programming, and encourage your enthusiasm and involvement.
Nursing students seeking support for academics or personal challenges are encouraged to reach out to our office.
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Admissions & Support
Student Disability Access Center
The SDAC provides services to two groups of students: those who have been previously diagnosed with a disability; and those who have never been diagnosed, but find themselves struggling academically, and seek advice and support on their difficulties. Get in touch for an appointment or more information.
To reach the staff at the Student Disability Access Center specifically, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a more general question about accessibility or would like to reach the wider team, email email@example.com
Student Financial Services
At Student Financial Services, we understand how complex the world of financial aid and student accounts may appear, especially if this year marks the first year you have attended college or have a student in college. Just about everything you need to know about managing your financial life at UVA can be found in the sections of the SFS website. We suggest you bookmark the homepage, accessible at sfs.virginia.edu or by clicking the “Student Financial Services” banner at the top of any page. On the home page are reminders about important dates, access buttons for both the parent payment and student portals, and the latest SFS news from social media.
University Career Center
General Career Advising
UVA Students who come to us get trustworthy guidance for each stage of their journey – whether it’s figuring out what you really want to do, choosing your major, gaining work experience or prepping for that first interview.
Counseling is offered for both men and women individually, as well as for couples. We offer clients an empowerment-based counseling model through which we integrate evidence-based practice with a person-centered approach.