Total Enrollment: 24,650
Institution Size: 20,000 and above
Campus Setting: Suburban
Religious Affiliation: Not applicable
Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral and first-professional
School Calendar Type: Semester
Total Undergrad Enrollment: 15,700
Total Grad Enrollment: 8,950
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Academics, professors, caliber of students, atmosphere, and reputation. It is a place that will ask you which opportunity you would like to pursue and, as the proverbial southern gent would, opens...
Pricey for out-of-state students - with continued pressure to lower in-state tuition and increase the number of in-state students.
The best thing about this school I would say is the students. Although a cheesy response, it is the best answer to the question. Everyone can become involved in some organization whether it is...
The worst thing about this school is the work load and the safety issues. In high school, I was very lucky that school work came naturally to me and I did not have to study as much as other...
Living in Charlottesville offers a lot to a twenty-something student. There's hiking and camping 15-20 minutes outside of city limits; the nightlife varies from wild, rambunctious undergrads on...
The fraternity/sorority can be a bit much sometimes - bowties to football games? - but they're easily ignored.
Every student at this school needs http://bit.ly/tyingabowtie
Another awesome thing is The spirit
Every student at this school needs Every student needs a laptop to take notes on during Lecture classes. Usually professors talk very quickly and it's easier to type what they lecture and you'll record more of it than if you wrote. Also - every student needs a fan for their dorm...the 'historic' Old Dorms mean no air conditioning and Virginia stays hot until October so a fan is a must.
Every student at this school needs Drive. Students here are brilliant, but their passion is to change the world with that knowledge.