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Virginia is a magical place where blue mountains form, unicorns roam, fairies fly overhead, and glitter falls from the clouds instead of rain. In this utopia there could only be one perfect school—The University of Virginia.
Though Virginia might not actually consist of mythical creatures, its natural beauty does make it feel like a veritable heaven on Earth. University students here are given the opportunity to choose between a variety of schools and programs, and with the help of academic guidance counselors, students can narrow their options to find the major that suits them best. Developing a relationship with professors also helps students feel comfortable asking questions and actively engaging with the material. Though lecture halls might be huge and professors might seem inaccessible, by being assertive, going to office hours, and choosing smaller classes students will find that most professors are actually very approachable and willing to help. UVA Cavaliers shine not only in academics, but in athletics as well. There is nothing like the bond that forms over football, and the school’s special traditions surrounding the sport create an atmosphere of pride and fun. Before games, students gather outside of Scott Stadium, girls in pearls and boys in ties, for tailgating parties.
Ooh, Heaven is a Place on Earth
Ooh, baby, do you know what that’s worth? Ooh, heaven is a place on Earth--and it’s called Charlottesville, Virginia. What makes this place so magical and heavenly? It is surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains, rivers, ponds, hiking trails, and green, green grass. In addition to the unparalleled landscape, the town is home to many activities and cultural attractions. The Downtown Mall is a great place to listen to music, see art, find study cafes, and test out good restaurants and bars. Charlottesville is artsy and funky, but still retains that small-town conservative feel. Because the town has something for everyone, 57% of UVA undergrads choose to live in the city. Most tend to rent in areas like Rugby Road or 14th and 15th Street. The farther away from campus, the cheaper the rent, and with a simple meow you can catch the CAT (Charlottesville Area Transit) to class. For more help searching for an affordable and convenient off-campus apartment, visit our apartment search guides!
Bars Just Around The Corner
Virginia isn’t all angelic and innocent. It has a wild side that comes out at night. The Corner is the main area where students frequent bars like Baja Bean, where you can enjoy karaoke and trivia nights. For dancing, try Club 216; for beer pong, check out the Greek scene around campus. House and apartment parties are regular weekend pastimes, so the underage crowd doesn’t ever have to feel left out!
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Charlottesville, Virginia, 22911
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Charlottesville, Virginia, 22911
1 Bedroom$848 - $1,157
2 Bedrooms$1,265 - $1,635
3 Bedrooms$1,456 - $1,569
Charlottesville, Virginia, 22902
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Does Charlottesville have a downtown area where a lot of people walk around?
Yes. Charlottesville's Historic Downtown Mall is maintained by Charlottesville Parks and Recreation Department. This pedestrian mall is home to more than 120 shops and 30 restaurants located on and around old Main Street Charlottesville. The area also includes movie theaters, and indoor skating arena, and various coffee shops. The Virginia Discovery Museum located on the East End encourages hands-on participation in learning with many exhibits that change during the year.
Do most people in Charlottesville rely on public transportation?
Not all, but a lot of people do. In fact, the number of people who take public transportation in Charlottesville is 129 percent greater than the Virginia average and 176 percent greater than the national average. These figures indicate that Charlottesville has an adequate public transit system. Local bus transportation provider Charlottesville Area Transit is augmented by JAUNT, a regional paratransit van service. The Charlottesville Amtrak Station and Greyhound Lines provide intercity service.
Are there museums in Charlottesville or nearby?
Charlottesville is home to a plethora of museums, several of which are located on the University of Virginia campus. These include the University of Virginia Art Museum, and the Leander McCormick Observatory. Other museums in town are Virginia Discovery Museum, the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection, and the Lewis & Clark Exploratory Center. The College of William and Mary is also home to Ash Lawn-Highland, which is a historic house museum, a 535-acre working farm, and performing arts venue.