The University Guide Service is a student-run, volunteer organization which gives daily historical tours of the Rotunda and the Academical Village, as well as daily admissions tours for prospective undergraduates.
The Rotunda was designed by Thomas Jefferson as the architectural and academic heart of the University’s community of scholars. Find out more about daily historical tours, hours of operation, and more.
Office of the Architect
The Office of the Architect for the University provides an integrated methodology for planning and design excellence by creating and improving a model academic environment consistent with UVA’s status as one of the world’s leading public universities.
Facilities Management Gift Planning
Together with the Academical Village, Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s home, is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Poplar Forest, Thomas Jefferson’s private retreat, is a National Landmark and U.S. candidate for nomination as a World Heritage Site.
Lawn and Range Directory
The Lawn Resident Directory (1895-2016) lists Lawn and Range residents by year and by room number.
A cultural landscape report is an essential tool for managing historical significant landscapes. Here are a range of documents, including maps, surveys, photograph, sketches, records and correspondence.