- Housing —Current UVa Students
UVa students who reside in McCormick Road, Alderman Road and Gooch/Dillard residence halls need to submit
a J-Term Housing Application which will be available on November 11, 2012 here: (www.virginia.edu/housing). The deadline for submitting the housing application is December 18, 2012. The residence halls will be accessible for January Term beginning at 12 noon on January 1, 2013.
All upperclass housing residences, including Residential Colleges, will be accessible to assigned residents during the J-Term period, so no application is necessary for students living in upperclass housing. All students should be prepared for reduced services, and must take extra precautions for their personal safety.
Housing - Visiting Students
A single room can be reserved at $50/night plus taxes. A double will cost $25/night plus taxes. Check In: January 1, 2013 and Check Out: January 11, 2013 (the last day of the term). The Cavalier Inn features free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfast, and close proximity to Central Grounds libraries, classrooms, and the Academical Village.
If you wish to reserve housing, please contact the Office of Summer and Special Academic Programs at 434 924-3371 or email@example.com by December 3, 2012 (do not contact the Cavalier Inn directly). Rooms will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Dining Services — A meal plan is available for January Term. The plan provides ten meals for $100 and includes $20 Plus Dollars. West Range Cafe, Alderman Cafe, Shea House, Einstein Brothers Bagels at the Bookstore, and Starbucks in the South Lawn Commons will be accepting the January Term meal plan. Plus Dollars will be accepted. More information is coming soon.
- University Library Hours.
- Parking and Transportation — During the January term, some of the services provided by Parking and Transportation are altered from the services provided during the regular academic term. For example, during the January term, University Transit Service will be running on a Student Holiday Service www.virginia.edu/parking/service/holiday.html. The Central Grounds Parking Garage will be open with regular hourly rates charged. Limited reserved parking may be availble at University Hall, Emmet/Ivy Garage, and Culbreth Garage. To purchase permits and obtain more information, please call Parking & Transportation at 434-924-7231 or go to the Parking & Transportation Web site at www.virginia.edu/parking.
- Office of the Dean of Students — The Office of the Dean of Students helps students work through challenging situations, discuss individual and community issues of concern, and develop programming ideas.
- Student Health — Operational hours are 8:00 am until 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, during January Term.
- University Police — University Police will maintain the same level of support and resources during January Term as they provide during the academic year. The information may be obtained by visiting their website at www.virginia.edu/uvapolice.
SafeRide: SafeRide's purpose is to provide a safe passage for current students with valid UVa student IDs, who would otherwise have to walk alone at night. Hours of Operations: Midnight to 6 a.m. — Seven days a week after the fall break and during the January Term Session. Contact Info: (Contact SafeRide after midnight only) 434-242-1122.
- Intramural Recreational Sports facilities will be available for use during January Term 2013. Facility schedules are available at www.virginia.edu/ims or by calling the Intramural Hot Line at 924-PLAY.
- Newcomb Hall — Newcomb Hall will be open from 8am to 5pm, Monday thru Friday during January Term.
- University Bookstore — The University Bookstore will be opened 10am to 5pm, Monday thru Friday, during January Term 2013.
- ITS — Information Technology and Communication will provide services during January Term. More information is available at its.virginia.edu.