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.
The Echols Scholars Program is predicated upon the Jeffersonian ideal of freedom of inquiry and the development of critical thought. It offers special opportunities to those undergraduates in the College of Arts & Sciences who are its most avid learners. These opportunities include- freedom from the usual area requirements in the College, <br />- priority registration times in... More.
The Economics Club exists to foster communication among Economics majors; to advance their interests, broadly conceived; to enhance departmental esprit de corpes; to work with the economics DUP to improve the major program; and to encourage informal interaction with the Economics faculty.
The Education Club strives to generate energy, passion, appreciation and focus around the education industry by presenting career pathways for business students interested in education, raising awareness of education issues among future business leaders, and promoting cross-curricular opportunities with the Curry School of Education.
The Education Council represents the student body of the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia. The Education Council serves to satisfy the needs of Curry students by providing a voice to the Curry administration and faculty as well as the general public. The mission of the Education Council is to improve the experience of Curry students through initiatives that enrich the... More.
Ektaal is the premier South Asian A Cappella group at UVA, performing a fusion of popular Bollywood and English tunes for a truly unique blend of culture, music, and entertainment.
Board created to stimulate connections between the art scene in the School of Architecture and the larger University community. EGB creates and markets for receptions in the School of Architecture, as well as working on outreach initiatives.
EMTV is a student-run organization that functions similar to a venture capital group but instead of investing money, the group invests time. This organization specifically focuses on creating teams of Biomedical Engineering (BME) students and Commerce students to adopt BME-focused projects and develop a business strategy to secure funding. The end objective of this organization is to secure... More.
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Engineering Students Without Borders is an organization that promotes the application of engineering to community development by providing resources to its membership. The members of ESWB share a common interest in finding feasible and sustainable ways to implement development strategies and engineering design methodologies to meet basic human needs. The organization is... More.
Come collect, identify, and discuss insects around Charlottesville with first year MD/PhD students. Anyone with interest in biology would be welcome in this club. I can provide nets/jars/and various equipment for collecting and teach you how to pin and preserve butterflies and other insects.
The mission of the Entrepreneurship & Venture Capital Club (EVC) is to develop the entrepreneurial and venture capital passion and capability of Darden students and alumni, and to present them with opportunities to realize their goals of participating in, owning and/or starting businesses through further education, networking and support.
The primary purpose of this organization is to educate students about the field of entrepreneurship. The Entrepreneurship Group at McIntire aims to create an atmosphere allowing students to cultivate their entrepreneurial plans through interaction with like-minded peers, professors, and established entrepreneurs. Members are provided guidance into the entrepreneurial field through group... More.
The Environmental Sciences Organization (ESO) provides a link between the Environmental Sciences Department and the students of the University. While the organization is mainly geared toward undergraduate majors and minors in the department, it has its share of members from many different disciplines of the University. However, all members have one thing in common--an interest in the... More.
Etcetera Winterguard is a competitive performance group. We dance and spin flags, rifles and sabres. We compete in the Independent A1 category as a part of the Atlantic Indoor Association. No experience is necessary and it's a great way to meet new people, travel locally, and compete in a very unique sport.
The Ethiopian Student Union will strive to achieve but will not be limited to the following objectives:1. To increase the number of Ethiopian students at UVA by actively recruiting and serving as a resource during the application process.2. To bring together Ethiopian... More.
<p style="text-align: left;"><strong>Eunoia </em></strong>is a community of creative and artistic Christian students at the University of Virginia. We are pursuing Jesus together in the areas of worship, artistic excellence and service to UVA’s art’s community. We gather weekly for teaching and worship, create in community, and serve... More.
The purpose of the European Society is to develop, foster and maintain communication between students from Europe and bond them with the members of the university community whom are affiliated, interested or involved in matters related to Europe. Our activities revolve around promoting European culture, history and politics as well as highlighting the countries from Europe that are represented... More.
The European Society at the Darden School of Business is a group of European students, as well as other international and American students, which organizes and carries out social and academic events aiming to introduce the European culture to both the UVa community and to Charlottesville. We also aim to form and strengthen the ties between international students and local students because we... More.