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PUBLIC HEALTH ADVISORY: The University of Virginia continues to monitor the Coronavirus. Find UVA's messages and other public health resources and guidance.

Please note: All events on Grounds are cancelled until at least May 15.

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    Emergency Management

    UVA's Office of Emergency Management facilitates preparedness activities, organizes and coordinates the University’s response and recovery efforts, and maintains mitigation strategies based on the hazards that make us most vulnerable.

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UVA Moves Courses Online beginning March 19

In response to the spread of the coronavirus nationally and in Virginia, UVA will not hold classes on Grounds for the foreseeable future. Students should return home or remain at home if they are already there. Online classes will begin Thursday, March 19. 

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LONG BEFORE THE FIRST FLAKE FALLS, WE'RE PREPARED

Long before the first flake falls, a team of University officials begins to monitor developing weather conditions. If forecasted inclement weather moves closer, the team homes in to assess the weather's likely impact on University's infrastructure and accessibility, including parking lots, sidewalks, and streets. This information helps guide institutional decisions regarding operation schedules with personal safety always as the top priority. 

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E-Scooter Safety

Along with their great convenience, e-scooters pose new safety risks on Grounds. The University is committed to the safety and well-being of pedestrians, people with disabilities, bicyclists, and other users of the public rights-of-way in and around University Grounds, including the Medical Center.It's important to review the rules of the road for riding and parking on Grounds. Dean Groves shows you how to ride.

Safe and respectful riding

UVA’s official policy

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Get UVA Alerts

To receive emergency text alerts, students, faculty and staff should add mobile phone numbers to their UVA Alerts account. All members of the University community with a valid UVA email are automatically enrolled to receive emergency emails; they can add emails of family/contacts. UVA members can receive desktop pop-up alerts by installing Alertus.   Everyone can receive alert notifications by downloading the safety app LiveSafe®(set location services always on).              

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