Students talking on the Lawn

Engage with Us

Even though students do not apply to the McIntire School until their second year, prospective students are encouraged to learn as much as possible about the School, business industries, career possibilities, and the application process before they apply. There are many ways to get involved at McIntire:

Keeping Up with Comm: Newsletter and Blog

Prospective students at all stages in their academic career are encouraged to sign up for the Keeping Up with Comm: B.S. in Commerce newsletter for information on admission, the application process, events of interest, and career development opportunities. 

Visit the Keeping Up with Comm: B.S. in Commerce blog to get a student's perspective and advice from the Undergraduate Admission team.

General Information Sessions: Fridays at 1 p.m.

For general information about the  B.S. in Commerce curriculum, McIntire resources, and admissions information, attend an information session Fridays at 1 p.m., followed by a McIntire Ambassador-led tour 1:45-2:30 p.m. Prospective and current students are welcome to attend.

General information sessions have concluded for fall 2017 and will commence Jan. 26, 2018, for the spring 2018 semester.

Registration is required.

Student-Led Tours of McIntire: Mondays at 1 p.m. and Fridays at 1:45 p.m.

Each Monday and Friday, the McIntire School of Commerce offers 30-minute guided tours to prospective students and their families. We invite current UVA students as well as prospective transfer and high school students interested in business to join the tours and learn more about our curriculum and life at the Commerce School. Registration is required.

Student Organizations: Open to Prospective Students

Prospective Commerce students can join a number of Commerce-related student organizations. Involvement helps build teamwork and communication skills as well as helps students learn more about what business means and how they can make an impact in business as a UVA student. Commerce-related student organizations offer an exciting and hands-on experience in a wide variety of industries, including accounting, advertising, marketing, investment management, and consulting,

During the 2016-2017 school year, 59.3% of Commerce students reported they were involved in a Commerce-related student organization. Nearly 700 students on Grounds are involved in a Commerce-related student organization, and 80% of these students are either McIntire students or prospective Commerce students. Get involved today to learn about the School, commerce, and a variety of business opportunities and industries.