Receive U.Va. News Automatically
UVA TO GO: U.Va.'s RSS Feed
Receive automatic RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds of U.Va. news, announcements and events. The feeds are part of UVA TO GO a feature offered by the Office of University Relations. Only two things are required: a connection to the Internet and a small application called a news reader, some new browsers have this application built in.
Subscribe with a Web-Based RSS Reader
Subscribe Using Other Software
Follow the links below for more information about these news readers.
Supply the following URL to your news reader:
Your news reader will then automatically check our site for updates every time you run it.
Subscribe with a Web Browser
An RSS news reader is built into two of the new browsers available, Firefox, Safari 2 and Up, and in Internet Explorer 7. This browser feature allows you to view news headlines and events in your bookmarks toolbar. When the RSS feed updates, your bookmark automatically updates at increments set by the browser, no need to ever refresh.
Want to read a story? Just click the bookmark to go straight to that item saving you time and mouse clicks.
A site offers an RSS feed if it shows in the address bar a in Firefox and Internet Explorer or in Safari. When you click on the icon, your browser will display the feed and give you the option to subscribe. Once on this page, subscribing involves clicking on the link and choosing where you want the feed to be stored, such as in your bookmark toolbar.
UVA TO GO: Mobile
Where ever you go, you can take U.Va. with you. On your PDA, Blackberry or mobile phone you can keep up with the news, athletics and events all from the University of Virginia. Also available on the mobile site is weather, important phone numbers, bus information, and a special miniature version of the Week in Photos.
Learn more about the mobile site UVA TO GO, the way to get U.Va. news and events where ever you are.
Other U.Va. RSS Feeds
Headlines @ U.Va.
Upcoming events and activities from the University Calendar.