UVA School of Law

The UVA School of Law is a prestigious institution that has been consistently ranked among the top law schools in the United States. Located in Charlottesville, Virginia, the UVA School of Law offers a comprehensive legal education that prepares its students for successful careers in the legal field. With a strong emphasis on critical thinking, […]

Darden School of Business

The UVA Darden Business School is one of the top-tier business schools in the United States. As part of the University of Virginia, the UVA Business School offers a rigorous and comprehensive curriculum that prepares students for success in the business world. The school is known for its emphasis on experiential learning and collaboration, providing […]


 The Rotunda originally served as a library and classroom space upon its completion in 1828. However, a devastating fire in 1895 destroyed much of the building. The rebuilding process was entrusted to the prominent New York firm of McKim, Mead, and White. During the remodeling, architect Stanford White made significant changes to the Rotunda’s design, […]

Peabody Hall

Peabody was a prominent supporter of public education in the South during the 19th century and is often referred to as the “father of modern philanthropy.” The building was named in his honor. Nowadays, Peabody Hall is home to the office of the Dean of Students, Orentation and New Student Programs and the Office of […]

Newcomb Hall (Student Center)

Newcomb Hall is an ever-evolving facility as the building’s physical layout and amenities are constantly improving. Currently, they include Pavillion XI (a food court), the Newcomb Theater, a post office, a bank, a food pantry, an LGBTQ Student Center, a Latinx Student Center, an Interfaith Student Center, Student Legal Services, a ballroom, meeting rooms which […]

The Lawn and Pavilion

The Pavilion XI resides in the middle of Central Grounds on the first floor of Newcomb Hall and houses various fast-food restaurants.  Each of the ten Pavilions has a unique design intended to serve as an example of a specific architectural style with eight of them still serving as homes for faculty and their families. […]

Edgar Allan Poe Room

A glass door allows visitors to peer inside Poe’s room which is furnished as a student room would have been in the early 19th century. Visitors can press a button to hear a recording about Poe’s time at UVA. The Raven Society has provided furniture for the room, although not directly connected to Poe, it […]

University Chapel

The Chapel was built between 1885-89, well after Thomas Jefferson’s death as Jefferson intentionally chose not to include a chapel in the design of his university. It is notable that the Chapel’s design contrasts with the secular classicism of the surrounding buildings on the Lawn. Outside adjacent to the steeple which houses the automated Chapel […]

UVA Bookstore

The UVA Bookstore is the biggest provider of “Everything UVA”, with a whopping 45,000 square feet (about half the area of a Manhattan city block) of space and six locations. They offer a diverse range of UVA-branded clothing, books and magazines, computers, jewelry, holiday items, school and dormitory supplies, and the finest UVA gifts, making […]

Alumni Hall

Host an event at Alumni Hall with the historic University grounds serving as a backdrop. In addition to on-site parking and its proximity to the University, the atmosphere is relaxing and friendly, making it ideal for: weddings, dinners, conferences, galas, meetings, banquets, and cocktail receptions. There are several catering and set-up options to fit your […]