The University of Virginia’s museums, schools and health center offer a variety of free-to-low-cost programs that enrich the public through the arts, humanities, education, medical and legal clinics, and business development and consulting.
Connects UVA doctors to patients virtually anywhere.
Specially trained to work with adolescents and help young adults.
A place dedicated to serving children with special needs.
Providing evidence-based, high-quality education and training focusing on diabetes prevention and self-management.
Weekly public forum on medicine and society.
Facilitating improvements in clinical care, education and interprofessional communication.
Promotes excellence in patient care and safety through accredited educational activities for medical practitioners.
An abridged version of medical school for community members.
Improving patient care through more cohesive healthcare teams.
UVA Arts and Humanities Programs
Listing of UVA Arts and related events.
A unique blend of professional musicians.
The State Humanities Council, telling stories of all Virginians.
The study, care, and celebration of art.
Professional summer theatre hosted at UVA by the UVA Department of Drama.
One of America’s leading regional film festivals.
Enriches the culture of Virginia through exceptional music and conversation.
Community Assistance Programming
Marketing, operational and strategic evaluation and planning services to non-profit organizations and small businesses.
Develops projects and opportunities for students to engage in pro bono.
A University-wide initiative for entrepreneurship and innovation education.
Strength, power, endurance, education, and development.
Welcomes visitors to Library buildings for research and study during regular operating hours.
A pro-bono policy and strategy consulting group.
A student-run organization that provides both pro-bono and paid consulting work.
Works exclusively with nonprofits in the Charlottesville area to develop innovative, practical, and sustainable solutions to the challenges nonprofits face.
Stopping cycles of incarceration by improving employment and reentry through education.
Brings volunteers with skills in programming, project management, data science and design together to work on community service projects with local nonprofit and governmental organizations.
Connects undergraduate students with customized professional internships.
Impact projects include data analysis and visualization, UX research and recommendations, new marketing campaigns, custom software solutions, and more.
Students in this yearlong clinic advise and work directly with local nonprofit boards on a "legal health checkup" and other matters.