These are other helpful resources around Grounds that students may be interested in. Visit the one-stop shop for all student resources at UVA.
Just Report It
Just Report It is the University's online system for reporting. For a list of confidential resources and information for anonymous reporting, please visit the Office of Equal Opportunities and Civil Rights. Examples of behaviors to report through the Just Report It portal include the following:
- Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Violence
- Bias and Discrimination/Harassment
- Clery Act Compliance (by CSAs)
- Interference with Speech Rights
- Youth Protection
- Preventing and Addressing Threats or Acts of Violence
Student Disability Access Center
Students are encouraged to contact the Student Disability Access Center at the time of their admittance to discuss procedures and guidelines for obtaining learning accommodations.
Office of African American Affairs
The Office of African American Affairs was established in 1976 as an integral part of the Division of Student Affairs at the University of Virginia. It is charged with the responsibility of assisting academic and non-academic units in meeting the challenges of service delivery to African American students.
Veterans & Military Student Support
We're here to serve those who serve the world! Veteran and military students arrive on Grounds with such diverse and dynamic experiences — we want to help you incorporate and leverage them into your time at UVA and beyond. Find resources and community at UVA for veteran and military students.
Asian American Student Center
The Asian American Student Center is committed to honoring and increasing awareness around the vibrant and complex cultures, histories, experiences, and issues of the Asian diaspora.
Students with Families
The School of Data Science welcomes the partners, spouses, and children of our students as a part of our community.
Multicultural Student Services
Multicultural Student Services (MSS) provides programs and services to promote the holistic success and well-being of historically marginalized students while also providing educational and engagement opportunities for all. MSS empowers students in their identity, builds community, and helps a diverse group of students find their individual and collective voices.
The Women’s Center is a vital hub of resources and opportunities on Grounds that provides free counseling, internships and scholarships programs, community mentorship programs, workshops, study spaces, and more.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Center seeks to foster the development of LGBTQ+ students, faculty, staff, alumni, and allies.
Peer Support Programs
Learn about various peer support and mentoring programs available to UVA students.