This is a difficult time for everyone, and we hope all of you are taking care of yourselves and your families. We’re sorry we won’t be able to meet as many of you in person as we normally would, but the Admissions Office will be back up and running as soon as this is over. Given what everyone is going through, we will also be as flexible as possible. So don’t worry – and please reach out with any questions. Find answers to some of the most common questions.

UVA Cancels Visit Programming

In response to the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19, the University has made the decision to cancel all on Grounds visit programming through mid-April and possibly the remainder of the spring term. This includes information sessions, tours, special group visits, and admitted events. Please note all on Grounds admitted student events have been cancelled at this time.

The University will reevaluate its position on this in early April and we will provide an update at that time. Our admission deans are available to talk by phone (434-982-3200) or email if you have questions about the University or our admission process. We will continue to provide updates on social media (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and the admission blog) and on our institutional coronavirus webpage. This decision was made by University leadership after consulting with leading medical experts. It is our hope that these efforts and this decision will best protect the health of our students, staff, faculty, and visitors and assist in slowing the spread of the virus.

At UVA, we are monitoring developments each day and we are working with global health experts to keep our students and community members informed and healthy.

If you are an admitted student, you may have questions about how the spread of COVID-19 might impact your ability to travel to Charlottesville, obtain a visa, or even enroll at the University in August. To best assist you over the coming months we have developed a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for incoming first-year students that we hope will answer many of your questions. This FAQ will be updated regularly when new information becomes available or new plans are announced.

To learn more about how the University if addressing this situation, please visit the UVA Covid-19 website.