Programs & Projects
The $3 billion goal for the University includes the carefully selected needs of every school and program on Grounds as well as larger institutional priorities, including instructional and research spaces. The buildings and landscapes the University constructs will foster interaction among students and faculty, contain areas for study and leisure, and inspire excellent work.
Learn about the University’s twelve schools and their goals for the second half of the campaign—ranging from endowment for professorships and fellowships to funds for financial aid, research, and public service.
Find out more about the aspirations of the University’s centers and programs—the Alumni Association, the Miller Center, and the Center for Politics, among them. Each provides valuable support for teaching, research, service, and outreach.
The first half of the campaign focused on building state-of-the-art facilities, including John Paul Jones Arena, Robertson Hall, the South Lawn Project, Wilsdorf Hall, and medical research buildings. Such spaces allow the University to take its place among the first rank of universities.
Through the Project on Women in Leadership and Philanthropy (WLP), the University is identifying and cultivating alumnae and women friends as University supporters and volunteer leaders.
AccessUVA is the University of Virginia’s financial aid program designed to keep a higher education affordable for all admitted students regardless of economic circumstance. Because access for every academically eligible student is a priority at the University of Virginia, the University has made an annual commitment of $20 million in need-based grants to undergraduates.