University of Virginia
In 1819, Thomas Jefferson founded the University of Virginia, a bold experiment in public higher education aimed at advancing human knowledge, educating leaders, and cultivating a well-informed citizenry.
This vision is still alive and well after more than two centuries. UVA students, faculty, staff, and alumni defy tradition, break down walls, and pursue the greater good.
The University is a nationally ranked public institution of higher education with a diverse and respected faculty, a major academic medical center, and a proud reputation as a renowned research university. Successful student self-governance, a long-term dedication to the arts, and a strong NCAA Division I athletics program enrich the University’s community and culture.
Full Time Tuition: $52,957 per year (out-of-state); $18,878 (in-state)
UVA is one of the nation’s premier public universities. Combining rigorous academics, world-class faculty and leading research, we are dedicated to advancing knowledge and producing leaders for Virginia, the nation and the world. Check out this link for more information on degrees offered.