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LONG BEFORE THE FIRST FLAKE FALLS, WE'RE PREPARED
Before the first flake falls, a team of University officials closely monitors developing weather conditions. Although many of UVA's services are currently delivered remotely and many employees work off-site, the team is working as usual this winter to determine when changes to operations on the Grounds are necessary.More...
Read the new student safety guide.
New Student Safety Guide
The University provides many resources to empower students to take responsibility for their own safety. From late night transportation; to confidential tools to report crimes, harassment, or intimidation; to training classes in fire safety and self defense, UVA helps students look out for themselves and each other.
The University does not take disciplinary action against students who shelp others get medical attention for emergencies like alcohol poisoning or drug overdose. For signs of alcohol poisoning and other safety tips read the new student safety guide.More...
10 Tips to Stay Safe in a Demonstration
Many students, faculty, staff, and members of the community want to exercise their freedom of expression regarding current events at rallies and demonstrations. Although many of these events are safe, crowds can be targets for violence or create opportunity for violence. The following tips are offered for personal awareness and not to discourage participation.More...
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).