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In light of COVID-19, we anticipate that faculty and staff candidates and their families may be deciding upon UVA job offers and relocation to Charlottesville without the benefit of return trips to secure housing, visit schools, and learn more about our community. Although positions continue to post, we anticipate the hiring cycle for this year will take longer than usual. We hope the resources below will be helpful to you.
Charlottesville area information sessions
The UVA Dual Career Program will be gathering your questions and offering weekly virtual information sessions to assist. These web-based information sessions are designed for incoming UVA faculty and staff planning to relocate to Charlottesville and their spouses/partners. We will provide:
- an overview of housing options (including where to find long and short-term rentals),
- schools, preschools, and daycare,
- employment and networking information for spouses/partners and more.
If you would like to attend this session, use the form below to express interest. A member of the Dual Career Team will follow up to schedule a time after your submission has been received.
Learn more about the community
Charlottesville and Albemarle offer stunning mountain views, a vibrant live music scene, award-winning restaurants, easy to access outdoor and family-friendly activities, and a strong sense of community. Recognized as the "Happiest City in America" by the U.S. National Bureau of Economic Research, discover how you can begin your next adventure here.
University Moving & Relocation Support
Moving to a new location can be exciting, but it can also be challenging, time-consuming, and costly. Our goal is to minimize the stress that comes with planning your move so that you can concentrate on your new exciting position at UVA. We offer many services to support your transition and are always available to answer your questions.
The University of Virginia is closely monitoring the emergence of COVID-19, and consulting with experts at UVA Health, the Virginia Department of Health, the CDC and other partners. The top priority is the safety of the members of the University community, and UVA will make decisions based on public health guidance and current conditions here and elsewhere. This page will be updated regularly and highlight the latest statements or guidance from the University.