Updated information for 2021 will be posted by December 1.
In addition to student services, co-curricular activities continue strong into the summer at the University of Virginia, with lectures, concerts, art exhibits, plays, and films on Grounds.
Visiting Student Resource Fair:
Learn how to get the most out of your time as a UVA student! Attend an information session for visiting students the day before second and third Summer Session classes begin.
- Session II: Sunday, June 7, 3:00 - 4:00 PM in Clark Hall 108 (Cancelled)
- Session III: Sunday, July 5, 3:00 - 4:00 PM in Clark Hall 108
Representatives from the following offices will share information about the resources they offer.
Information Technology Services
University Transit Services & Parking
Located in Observatory Hill Dining Hall at 525 McCormick Road, the ID office, will be open for limited hours of 12:00 to 3:00 PM on June 7th (Cancelled) and July 5th for you to obtain your University of Virginia ID card. To expedite the ID process, submit your photo online in advance of arriving on-Grounds. A confirmation email (to your UVA email account) will communicate acceptance of the photo or further actions. You’ll need your UVA ID card for library services, fitness centers and Charlottesville buses. Be sure to take your government issued photo ID with you (drivers license, passport, etc.).
Admission to the Summer Session does not constitute admission to the University, nor does it allow students to register for the subsequent fall and spring semesters.
The City of Charlottesville sponsors Municipal Band concerts at 8:00 p.m. in the Pavilion on the downtown mall on Tuesday nights as well as the popular Fridays After Five concert series. Beyond the city lie the homes of Thomas Jefferson (Monticello), James Monroe (Ash Lawn), and James Madison (Montpelier), all open to visitors. The Blue Ridge Parkway is twenty miles west of Charlottesville.
- Dining Services - Meal Plans
- Housing (Remote instruction only for sessions I and II. No housing is available.)
- Financial Aid
- Student Health and Wellness
- Parking and Transportation
- Intramural-Recreational Sports
- University Bookstore
- Newcomb Hall
- Division of Student Affairs
- Office of the Dean of Students
- Office of African-American Affairs
- International Center
- Student Legal Services
- Madison House (Student Volunteers)
- University Programs Council
- Heritage Theatre Festival
- Fralin Museum of Art
- Ombudsman Services
- Writing Center