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	More Architecture students per capita studied abroad last year than students in any other school. One in five Architecture students spent some time abroad in the 2012–13 academic year. On the other end of the spectrum, less than 5 percent of both Engineering and Nursing students participated in a study abroad program.

Study abroad still attracts high participation

As the world becomes increasingly connected and globalized, more and more students are studying abroad each year. A report released by the Institute of International Education puts the number of U.S. students who studied abroad in the last academic year at about 283,000 — a 62 percent increase in the last 10 years.

Bill proposed would give undocumented Virginians in-state tuition

The Higher Education Equity Act, HB 747, would grant eligibility for alien children if he or she has attended a high school in Virginia for at least three years, graduated from a Virginia high school or received a General Education Development certificate in Virginia, enrolled in a Virginia college or University, has been approved for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals by the U.S.

Selection committee announces Lawn residents

The Lawn Selection Committee extended offers Friday to 47 students selected to live on the Lawn for the 2014-2015 academic year. Selections for endowed and reserved rooms have not yet to be decided.

University ranks as No. 3 best value

The Princeton Review ranked the University as the No. 3 Best Value Public University for 2014, trailing only the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the New College of Florida. Though the University‘s ranking is down from the last year’s first place, it has consistently been selected as among the top three best value public universities. “U.Va.

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