April 13-19, 2001
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U.Va.'s Class of '05 gets the mail call
Turning 100 in Top 100
State of the University

Board of Visitors balks at athletics recommendations
Award winners' ideas challenge their students
Q&A -- Holt explores strategies for fostering diversity at U.Va.

Extending Jefferson's vision

Clarifications
Hot Links -- undergraduate report
Faculty Actions
Boomerang experts to throw at U.Va. April 21
Faculty Senate focuses on grad student funding, ensuring intellectual diversity

U.Va.'s Class of '05 gets the mail call

The University has mailed admission offers to 5,374 high-school seniors.

The University received 15,012 applications. Dean of Admission John A. Blackburn expects an entering class of 2,985 students, about 55 more than in last year.

U.Va. received 5,741 applications from Virginia residents and extended 2,971 offers to in-state students. It made offers to 2,401 of 9,271 non-Virginia residents who applied.

Of the entering class, 2,335 students will go into arts and sciences, 510 into engineering and applied science, 92 into architecture and 48 into nursing.


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