Peabody is the building, Jack is the dog, and I'm Dean J (she/her, btw).

Three notes:
1. There's over a decade of posts here, so the search box can help find an answer to common questions.

2. The comment box doesn't show up when viewing the blog optimized for mobile. Click the "view full site" link at the bottom of the page and the site will reload with comment boxes.

3. Pick a name, real or otherwise, if posting a comment.

Welcome to the blog and thanks for reading!

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Days on the Lawn Travel Notes

I have a few travel notes for those of you who are making plans to visit us this month for Days on the Lawn. Two days before the DOTL date for which you registered, you'll be getting an email with this information and more in it. Make sure to share it with your parent(s) if they'll be coming with you.

If you've visited UVa before, you probably parked in the hourly Central Grounds Parking Garage. For DOTL, you'll be parking in the garage at the intersection of Emmet and Ivy Roads. The UVa tennis courts and the Cavalier Inn are at this intersection.You can access this garage from either road.

There will signs and staff members to get you onto the shuttles to the amphitheater.

We'll be starting the day in the UVa amphitheater with the welcome addresses at 9 AM. You can check in any time after 8:15 AM and get a schedule for the day. If we have to use the rain plan, we'll have people in place to direct you to Old Cabell Hall. If you arrive after the welcome address, you can register in Peabody Hall.

Any student in an orange Days on the Lawn shirt is here to answer any questions you have. Don't hesitate to ask them anything at all! There will be faculty and staff members from different departments and offices at the various sessions to answer your questions as well. If you need anything else, come see us in Peabody Hall.

If you have questions, feel free to post them in the comments.