The Alumni Association offers three distinctive admission programs for alumni and their families.
The Admission Liaison Program (ALP) provides a point of contact and a source of information for alumni families who have children applying as a first-year or transfer applicants to one of U.Va.’s five undergraduate schools. Offering legacy information sessions as well as individual planning meetings, the services of the ALP seek to complement—not replicate or replace—the Office of Undergraduate Admission. The ALP is simply a source of information—not influence.
June 19-20, 2015
Alumni Family Weekend is an annual event for alumni and their high school-aged children. Co-hosted by the Office of Admission and the Alumni Association, the program lasts a day and a half and gives students and parents a chance to learn more about the admission process. Participation in the program has no bearing on a candidate’s admission to the University. For more information, click here.
VAAN is a specifically trained group of alumni volunteers in 11 domestic cities (Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New England, New York, Northern New Jersey, St. Louis, and Philadelphia). These African American and Hispanic/Latino alumni volunteers seek to augment the work of the Outreach Office of the Undergraduate Office of Admission through person to person interaction with prospective students. VAAN volunteers attend college fairs, meet with students individually, and speak on alumni panels.