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How COVID Affected Mental Health at UVA

WUVA reporter Maddie McNamee speaks to UVA students and Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Dr. Nicole Ruzek about the effects of COVID on students' mental health. Produced by Dylan Castagne https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZdsnEhCM70

UVA raises gathering limits to 25 indoors, 75 outdoors

Monday evening, University Dean of Students Allen W. Groves announced gathering limits will be increased to 25 people indoors (up from the previous limit of 6) and 75 people outdoors (up from the previous...

Credit/No Credit Grading Option Opens for Spring 2021

Beginning this Friday, UVA students may select either the traditional grading (A-F) or COVID Credit/General Credit/No Credit (CR/GC/NC) option for their courses this semester. The deadline to confirm this decision is Friday, Apr 30....

UVA freezes tuition for 2021-2022 school year

On Apr 13, the Board of Visitors at the University of Virginia voted unanimously to freeze undergraduate tuition at existing levels for the 2021-2022 school year.  In-state tuition is frozen at $17,518 and out-of-state tuition...

Virginia Pauses Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Distribution

Tuesday morning, Virginia State Vaccination Coordinator Dr. Danny Avula announced the state will pause all Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccinations as federal health officials investigate reports of blood clots in six women who received...

Student Health And Wellness To Start Sending Students Even More Reminders Of Negative COVID...

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA: At least when you test positive all you get is a phone call. At the start of this semester UVA ramped up its prevalence testing system, requiring every  student in Charlottesville to report...