- Ranked 130 THE World University Rankings 2014-2015
- Ranked 141 QS World University Rankings 2014
- Ranked 112 THE World University Rankings 2013-2014
- Ranked 132 QS World University Rankings 2013
- Ranked 172 QS World University Rankings 2015
- Ranked 147 THE World University Rankings 2015-2016
- Ranked 173 QS World University Rankings 2018
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About University of Virginia
The Curry Library Innovation Commons (CLIC) provides spaces for groups to collaborate, quiet study rooms, and a computer lab. CLIC librarians support the research needs of the Curry School of Education as well as any U.Va. student, faculty or visitor who is researching a topic related to education, kinesiology, clinical psychology, or communication disorders. A data consultant provides expertise in social sciences datasets and software. There is a reference collection of 300 handbooks and a circulating collection of 7,000 children’s books. Eminent faculty and UVa students engage in presentations in the CLIC and everyone is welcome to attend. The CLIC is located in Ruffner Hall, room 302.
University of Virginia has 2 different campuses. University of Virginia School of Law: 580 Massie Road Charlottesville, VA 22903, United States University of Virginia: 1001 North Emmet Street Charlottesville, VA 22904, United States.
- The University of Virginia requires all Incoming First Year Undergraduate students to live on-Grounds. First Year students may apply to live in one of the three residential college program.
- The University offers a number of different residence styles and locations for upperclass students. Apartments, traditional hallway-style bedrooms, residential colleges, and language houses provide a wide variety of experiences for student living.
- The University offers a number of different residence styles and locations for new transfer students. Apartments, traditional hallway-style bedrooms, residential colleges, and language houses provide a wide variety of experiences for student living. We encourage transfer students to consider living on-Grounds to ease your transition into the University community.
- The University offers various housing options for graduate students who are single, married, and/or with families.
Courses available 10Applied and Pure Sciences 2 Engineering 6 Humanities & Social Sciences 2
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