- CS Student Mailing Lists
- CS Department Contacts
- SEAS Student Support Team
- SDAC and Other Special Circumstances
- Religious Accommodations
- Community and Identity
- Statement on Violence
All Undergrad CS Students Department List (firstname.lastname@example.org): A list called email@example.com is used to send important messages to all our undergraduate computing majors (BSCS, BACS, and BSCpE majors). At least once a year, we update these lists and add all our majors.
- General questions and help: firstname.lastname@example.org
- BSCS Director: email@example.com
- BACS Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
- CS Minor Director: email@example.com
You have many resources available to you when you experience academic or personal stresses. In addition to your professor, the School of Engineering and Applied Science has staff members located in Thornton Hall who you can contact to help manage academic or personal challenges. Please do not wait until the end of the semester to ask for help!
NOTE: These resources are available for BACS majors as well! You are still a part of our department!
- Lisa Lampe, Director of Undergraduate Education
- Georgiana Nembhard, Director of Undergraduate Success
- Courtney MacMasters, Accessibility Specialist
- Free tutoring is available for most classes
- Assistant Dean of Students, Student Safety and Support
- Elizabeth Ramirez-Weaver, CAPS counselor
- Katie Fowler, CAPS counselor
You may schedule time with the CAPS counselors through Student Health. When scheduling, be sure to specify that you are an Engineering student or College student. You are also urged to use TimelyCare for either scheduled or on-demand 24/7 mental health care.
Students with disabilities may wish to work with the Student Disability Access Center (SDAC) to discuss a range of options to removing barriers, including official accommodations. We are fortunate to have an SDAC advisor, Courtney MacMasters, physically located in Engineering. You may email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment. For general questions please visit the SDAC website: sdac.studenthealth.virginia.edu.
It is the University’s long-standing policy and practice to reasonably accommodate students so that they do not experience an adverse academic consequence when sincerely held religious beliefs or observances conflict with academic requirements.
Students who wish to request academic accommodation for a religious observance should submit their request to their instructor by email as far in advance as possible. Students who have questions or concerns about academic accommodations for religious observance or religious beliefs may contact the University’s Office for Equal Opportunity and Civil Rights (EOCR) at UVAEOCR@virginia.edu or 434-924-3200.
Accommodations do not relieve you of the responsibility for completion of any part of the coursework missed as the result of a religious observance.
The Center for Diversity in Engineering (CDE) is a student space dedicated to advocating for underrepresented groups in STEM. It exists to connect students with the academic, financial, health, and community resources they need to thrive both at UVA and in the world. The CDE includes an open study area, event space, and staff members on site. Through this space, we affirm and empower equitable participation toward intercultural fluency and provide the resources necessary for students to be successful during their academic journey and future careers.
The University of Virginia is dedicated to providing a safe and equitable learning environment for all students. If you or someone you know has been affected by power-based personal violence, more information can be found on the UVA Sexual Violence website that describes reporting options and resources available.
The same resources and options for individuals who experience sexual misconduct are available for discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. UVA prohibits discrimination and harassment based on age, color, disability, family medical or genetic information, gender identity or expression, marital status, military status, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, pregnancy (including childbirth and related conditions), race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status. UVA policy also prohibits retaliation for reporting such behavior.
If you witness or are aware of someone who has experienced prohibited conduct, you are encouraged to submit a report to Just Report It (justreportit.virginia.edu) or contact EOCR, the office of Equal Opportunity and Civil Rights.
If you would prefer to disclose such conduct to a confidential resource where what you share is not reported to the University, you can turn to Counseling & Psychological Services (“CAPS”) and Women’s Center Counseling Staff and Confidential Advocates (for students of all genders).