University of Virginia

Charlottesville, Virginia 1827 University Avenue, Charlottesville, VA, 22903
A+ Overall Grade
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  • A+ Athletics
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  • A+ Party Scene

University of Virginia Admissions

Acceptance Rate 23.94%
Acceptance Deadline January 1
Students Receiving Financial Aid 56.53%

University of Virginia Cost

Net Price* $17,579
Average Total Aid Awarded $4,975
Students Receiving Financial Aid 56.53%
*Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.

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University of Virginia Academics

Student Faculty Ratio 15:1

University of Virginia Majors

Most Popular Majors
  • Liberal Arts and Humanities
  • Economics
  • Business
  • Biology
  • International Relations
  • Psychology
  • English
  • History
  • Political Science and Government
  • Information Science

University of Virginia Online

Offers Online Courses Yes

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University of Virginia Students

Full-Time Undergrad Enrollment 15,990
Part-Time Undergraduates 787

University of Virginia Advisors

Kevin Kim
Northwestern University
Hi everyone! My name's Kevin, and I plan on double majoring in political science and economics at Northwestern University. Even without super unique extracurriculars or experiences (finding the cure to cancer or starting a million dollar business at the age of two), I know that each applicant has the potential to present a unique story to the admission officers! As your advisor, I will work to help highlight the unique parts of your application in your essays. I'm excited to share the tips and tricks of the college process that I learned while applying for colleges and advising other students. I can't wait to help make these polar opposite terms (fun and the college process) seem like synonyms :)

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Andrew Worrell
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
Hello! My name is Andrew and I am a graduate student pursuing my Master's of Public Policy and Juris Doctorate. I have a bachelor’s degree in Global Economic Studies with a concentration in Latin American studies and a minor in P.P.E from UNC-Chapel Hill. After graduating with my B.A. in 2014, I accepted a position with the College Advising Corps where I spent four years working with students as they navigated the transition from high school to life after graduation. Afterwards, I worked at financial services firm before returning to graduate school. In my spare time you can find me working on my jump shot, hiking, exploring new food, or trying to convince myself to run a marathon.

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Abdalla Osman
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Hello! I am Abdalla and I am a recent MIT grad. I studied mechanical engineering and energy studies and currently work in the renewable energy field. On campus I was a lead engineer in the MIT Solar Electric Vehicle Team and an undergraduate researcher in the Nuclear Science and Engineering department. In my free time I enjoy practicing Judo, playing soccer, and being in nature. I look forward to working with you through your college application journey!

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Caroline Marapese
University of Notre Dame
Hello! I graduated from Notre Dame with my Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. In undergrad, I switched my major several times, engaged in a variety of activities on campus from club boxing to orchestra, and study abroad in Rome. I am currently pursuing my Master of Education also from Notre Dame. Currently, I teach middle school math in Philadelphia during the academic years as part of my teaching fellowship. I look forward to helping you apply to a college where you will learn and thrive. For the past four years, I have helped high school students and their families navigate the college applications process, and I am looking forward to working with you!

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Chi Chan
University of Virginia
Chi (he/him) is a first-generation college graduate from the University of Virginia, and holds a Master's in Higher Education from the University of Pennsylvania. With 4+ years of experience in higher education, his work in student affairs and admissions seeks to support students from marginalized backgrounds excel in post-secondary education. Chi calls West Virginia home, and enjoys seeking new food sites, hikes, and anything sports.

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Jesper Ke
Nice to meet you! Growing up in a Midwestern town of 10,000 people and not having any national awards in high school, I've been in a position where I felt like I couldn't stand out in my college application. Despite this, I was able to receive full-tuition merit scholarships from University of Michigan and Vanderbilt University, in addition to an acceptance from Harvard. My experience showed me that how you craft your personal narrative in applications is key to success. I'd love to draw on my experience helping students gain acceptance to schools like University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Swarthmore, Wellesley and more to help you craft your personal story and stand out. And as an incoming medical student, I'm also happy to talk to you about what it's like to be a pre-medical student should that interest you!

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Deven Upadhyay
University of Virginia
Deven is a junior at the University of Virginia studying Global Studies with a Middle East and South Asia Concentration on a pre-law track. He prides himself on his holistic approach to the college admissions process and looks forward to helping you reach your goals! He has helped students gain admission into several top 20 universities, the Ivy League, and Stanford University.

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Anya Ranganathan
Duke University
I'm a New York City entrepreneur passionate about building sustainable food systems, diversity / inclusion work, and leadership development. As a mentor, I focus on the power of storytelling to convey a unique perspective and elevate your brand. In my free time, I'm chipping away at a goal of visiting as many UNESCO World Heritage Sites as possible!

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Shruthi Bharadwaj
Princeton University
I'm a currently undecided student at Princeton University, thinking of majoring in Public Policy/Health or Neuroscience! I have years of English tutoring experience, love to write, and love working with college applicants. I want to help you tell your story in a way that's authentic, stress-free for you, and in a way that will make admissions officers want you on campus ASAP! In my free time, I love TV, cooking, stand-up comedy and a good book.

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