Over 1,200 alumni and guests came back together on Grounds this weekend—thank you for making the return of BAW so joyful! We hope you had a memorable weekend with friends and family.
Weekend Photos Saturday Night Photo Booth Photos
We can’t wait to see you back on Grounds at the next BAW in April 2024!
Thank you to our Alumni Association and University partners for their thoughtful collaboration on Black Alumni Weekend 2022.
- The Alumni Association’s Alumni Professional Networks
- The Alumni Association Annual Fund
- The Alumni Association’s College Compass Program
- Black Graduate and Professional Student Organization
- The Black Student Alliance
- Black Student Athletes Offering Service and Support
- The Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies
- The Center for Politics
- College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
- Contemplative Sciences Center
- Darden School of Business
- Descendants of Enslaved Communities at UVA
- Division for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
- The Fralin Museum of Art
- Frank Batten School of Leadership & Public Policy
- IM-Rec Sports
- Maxine Platzer Lynn Women’s Center
- McIntire School of Commerce
- The Memory Project
- Office of African-American Affairs
- Office of the President
- Office of Undergraduate Admission
- The Ricky Keller Memorial Scholarship
- The Ridley Scholarship Program
- School of Education and Human Development
- School of Engineering and Applied Science
- School of Nursing
- University Guide Service
- University of Virginia Library
- UVA Clubs (Office of Engagement)
- UVA Facilities Management
- UVA Medical Alumni Association
- UVA Sustainability
Ways to Give
There are various opportunities to provide financial support to Black students at UVA.
- The Ridley Scholarship Program: Supporting merit-based scholarships for exceptional Black students. To maximize what we can do for our Ridley Scholars and alumni, we are proud to announce a fundraising competition raising money for the Ridley Scholarship Program, lasting until June 30! Join the competition.
- Ravenell “Ricky” Keller III Study Abroad Scholarship: Providing talented Black students with financial support for study abroad experiences.
- Alumni Association Scholarships: Offering a variety of custom scholarships for Black students who demonstrate financial need.
- The Alumni Association Annual Fund: Providing flexibility for the Alumni Association to connect, serve, inform and invest in our community. We want to be responsive to your ideas and interests, and resources from the Annual Fund allow the Alumni Association to pursue new ventures and adapt current ones to benefit alumni, students and the University.