• Students peering into an anemone tank
    Students in A Future for Fisheries had an opportunity to go behind the scenes at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.
  • J-Term engineering students visit NASA's Wallops Flight Facility on Virginia's Eastern Shore.
  • In addition to visits to various companies, students in Consumers & Markets in India explored the Agra Red Fort.
  • Students in Virginia Government & Politics had an opportunity to meet Governor McAuliffe after the State of the Commonwealth Address
  • Using Moot Supreme Courts, students explore issues of copyrights and patents for numerous fields of engineering in STS 2160, Intellectual Property, Engineering & Society.

January Term 2017

Domestic J-Term 2017 will include courses in Anthropology, Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Classics, Drama, English, Engineering,  Environmental Sciences, Global Studies, History, Italian, Math, Middle Eastern & South Asian Languages and Culture, Politics, Public Policy, Psychology, Religious Studies, Science, Technology, & Society, Slavic Languages and Literatures, Sociology, Statistics, Systems Engineering, and Women & Gender Studies. Most courses are based in Charlottesville, but many include travel components within the US.  Click on the course subject for detailed descriptions as they become available.

Study Abroad January Term 2017

Elevator Repair Alert

The elevator in Minor Hall is undergoing repair and will be unavailable through January 27th.  If you need to meet with us and are unable to use the stairs, please contact us by phone (434-924-3371) or email (januaryterm@virginia.edu) and someone will arrange to meet you on the first floor.