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Parents and Alumni

Additional Resources
UVa Parents Committee

Membership in the UVa Parents Committee is a great way to become more involved and make a difference.

The committee holds two annual meetings, which all members are encouraged to attend. During the fall meeting, held over Family Weekend, grant recipients are announced. The spring meeting, usually held in April, offers an opportunity to visit selected projects funded by the committee that year. These meetings also provide members with the opportunity to hear updates on current issues directly from key University administrators.

In addition, members have opportunities to work with UVaClubs to host or attend parent events in their hometowns, meet and work with other UV. parents from around the world, and provide input on issues that are important to parents, students and the University community.

Office of African American Affairs

The office develops and sustains programs that provide opportunities and support systems for African-American students at the University of Virginia. www.virginia.edu/oaaa

Contact Information
Home Page


Parent Handbook


Housing & Residence Life

Phone: 434.924.3736
Email: housing@virginia.edu

Student Financial Services:

Phone: 434.982.6000 866.391.0063
Email: faid@virginia.edu

Admission Sessions and Tours

Phone: 434.982.3200 Fax: 434.924.3587

Dean of Student Affairs and Dean of Students

Phone: 434.924.7133
Fax: 434.924.3889
Email: odos@virginia.edu

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Information for Alumni

Alumni Career Services
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Student Programs

The Alumni Association administers many scholarships for UVa students, including the Legacy Scholarship that goes to children of alumni each year.

The Alumni Association provides financial support to many self governing student organizations on Grounds.

Student life membership is an opportunity for current UVa students to support the programs and services provided by the Alumni Association and enjoy free membership privileges before graduating.

Lifetime Learning through the Office of Engagement

The Office of Engagement programs strengthen lifelong connections between the University of Virginia and its alumni, parents and friends in communities where stakeholders live.

Created in 2005 as a result of the Alumni Relations Task Force, the Office of Engagement is a department of Development and Public Affairs and works in partnership with the Alumni Association, schools and units to deliver high quality, comprehensive and diverse alumni and parent engagement programming.

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