Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 2001
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U.Va. one of top 10 most wired
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U.Va. one of top 10 most wired

U.Va. gets an “A” from Yahoo! Internet Life magazine as the ninth most-wired campus this year. U.Va. was rated A in three categories: infrastructure, student services and e-learning. It received an A- for Web portal.

In addition to those four most heavily weighted categories, U.Va. got a B for tech support and a C+ for wireless capacity.

The magazine noted that “interactive campus maps, a superior financial aid site, and outstanding student Web services help U.Va. stand out — but the school’s tech support isn’t available on weekends.”

Those rated ahead of U.Va., in order, are: Carnegie Mellon, Stanford, Georgia Tech, Dartmouth, MIT, Drexel, Indiana and Delaware. Virginia Tech also was graded A overall and ranked 14th.


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