U.Va. Student Housing

Distance from Darden: ~5 minute walk

University Housing: Single Student

Copeley III consists of 43 University owned two-bedroom apartments available to single students. The University expects four people to occupy each two-bedroom apartment. In the past, non-Darden roommates have caused some Darden students to consider this option less than desirable. You may want to request a Darden roommate if deciding to look into Copeley III. Heat, electricity, water and basic cable TV are included in the rental price. You can receive more detailed information on Copeley III by writing:

The University Housing Office, Graduate Housing
Page House, Station 1, University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA 22904
(434) 924-6873
www.virginia.edu/housing/

University Housing: Married Students

The University has two married-student housing complexes. These are Copeley Hill (254 units, 1, 2, or 3 bedrooms) and University Gardens (69 units, 1 or 2 bedrooms). It offers a five-minute walk to Darden and is serviced by the UVa bus line. The very economical price makes for great demand and a waiting list. The two-bedroom apartments are available only to students with children. The one-bedroom apartments are rather small and have no den or study. In the past, some unfilled two bedroom apartments have been rented to childless couples, but you cannot count on this. Absolutely no pets are allowed in either complex. You can receive more detailed information on Copeley Hill and University Gardens by writing:

The University Housing Office, Family and Faculty Housing
Page House, Station 1, University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA 22904
www.virginia.edu/housing/
Fax: (434) 924-3758
Phone: (434) 924-7030

The Family Housing Coordinator will be glad to answer any questions. The number of children allowed in University apartments is as follows:

  • 2 Bedroom No official limit, but recommend no more than 2
  • 3 Bedroom No official limit, but recommend no more than 4

Rates are established annually by July 1 for the following academic year. The rates include heat, electricity, water, and basic cable TV (additional cable channels may be purchased by contacting cable television companies). You may improve your chances for one of these apartments by indicating your willingness to take an apartment one to three months earlier than you will need it.

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