Student Organizations Directory
The student organizations listed here are involved in service through local, national, and international community service activities, fundraising, and activism. Students self-select the public service category through the student organization registration process, and staff assign this category to administrative organizations.
This organization pays for extracurricular activities primarily for the Air Force ROTC and its guests.
Camp Kesem is a free weeklong summer camp for kids whose parents have or have had cancer. Throughout the year, student volunteers fundraise, attend camper reunions, participate in PR events, and more. Camp Kesem self-sustaining through the work of dedicated volunteers! The goal of Camp Kesem is to bring magic to families in Virginia that are affected by cancer and to provide a week of support... More.
Campus Girl Scouts is an organization comprised of University students who want to stay involved with Girl Scouting, but don't necessarily have the time to devote to leading a troop. Our primary activities are planning events for local Girl Scouts and volunteering in our community. Past events have included Father Daughter Dance, Mother Daughter Tea and Badge Workshops.
We play poker. All proceeds are donated in support of our local and international community.
Our mission is to publish a magazine that provides students with clear, unbiased information about various crises facing our generation. Using this information, we hope to provide students with resources and encouragement to intelligently take action to improve society and solve problems.We publish two issues per semester.
CSM serves to further the mission of St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish as an integral part of its undergraduate campus ministry. CSM is a community of faith in which each person is challenged to grow closer to God through Jesus Christ and to live out the Catholic Faith in daily life. Through CSM, we engage in spiritual, intellectual, social, and service-oriented activities that both express... More.
Cavalier Christian Fellowship is a Christian group on grounds, welcoming of Christians and non-Christians. We seek to honor God in all we do, and recognize Christ as our Lord Savior. Our main focuses are fellowship, evangelism, and discipleship for University of Virginia students. We have weekly small group Bible studies, weekly large group activities, and monthly community... More.
The student newspaper at the University of Virginia.
Cavalier Judo Club promotes the practice and study of judo, a sport derived from jujutsu. The word "judo" means "the gentle way," referring to the way that judo uses an opponent's motion to throw them rather than overpowering them with force. Judo has two mottos: "maximum efficiency" and "mutual welfare." The practice of judo emphasizes breaking your opponent's balance in order to throw him... More.
CPC envisions developing a team of young, vibrant and creative students of different ages, from different schools and countries, working to making the web channel a success. Cavalier Production Company believes in community involvement and will dedicate a portion of its profits to established non-profit organizations that share our interest in community-based educational and social outreach.... More.
The Cavalier Weather Service seeks to provide a meaningful and accurate daily weather forecast for the University community published by University students. The CWS further strives to give students an interactive experience in meteorology and offer educational opportunities with the guidance of environmental science department graduate students and faculty members.
<p class="x_x_p1">Cavalier XFit is the University of Virginia's first fun functional fitness organization. By championing the principles and methodology of<strong>CrossFit Inc.</strong>, Cavalier XFit will help students achieve elite fitness levels and healthy living by utilizing evidence-based programming and nutrition. This organization will serve as a... More.
Cavs & Panthers is a program that pairs university students with students at Red Hill Elementary in need of academic help for weekly tutoring and mentoring. The program also incorporates enrichment activities at Red Hill Elementary and field trips around the Charlottesville area to further develop realtionships between Red Hill students and UVa mentors.
In a conversation with the city market manager, Ms. Anderegg-Maloy, she voiced the concern that the city market fails to attract the amount of students it should. The market serves as a center where the Charlottesville community gathers every week and supports local commerce, and we feel that students at the University (especially first years) have developed a sort of bubble, the horizons of... More.
The Chabad Jewish Heritage Student Association provides Jewish educational, cultural, social, and spiritual programs and resources for the students and community of the University of Virginia with the goal of creating an awareness of and appreciation for Jewish Heritage.
Challah for Hunger is a national organization that<span style="font-size: small;"> raises money and awareness for hunger and disaster relief through the production and sale of challah bread by students on college campuses. We are creating a chapter at UVa through the Brody Jewish Center. Next year, a group of students will bake the challah at the BJC every Wednesday night and... More.