Although the University of Virginia provides some graduate housing, space is limited and many Law School students choose to live off-Grounds. At the Blue Ridge Apartment Council's website, you can search for housing by area, rent amount and other options. Monticello Avenue, a Charlottesville-area community website, has an invaluable list of links to realtors, apartments, housing organizations and more. You may also want to check out classifieds at Craigslist, The Daily Progress and C-ville Weekly.
Enrolling students are urged to make living accommodations well in advance of their arrival at the University.
Graduate students, whether single, married, and/or with families, can apply to live in furnished and unfurnished apartments in University Gardens and Copeley Hill. University Gardens is an eight-building complex north of the University that contains one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments. Copeley Hill is a larger complex located near the Law School with one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. For single students, the nearby Faulkner Drive Rooms feature furnished rooms with full private baths and shared living space. Single students may also apply to live on the Range in Thomas Jefferson's Academical Village.
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