The University of the Virgin Islands entered into five-year memoranda of understanding with Anguilla Community College (ACC) and H. Lavity Stoutt Community College (HLSCC), British Virgin Islands. ...read more
UVI students are encouraged to explore the wide variety of academic and student support services and programs available at the University. They are designed to help students succeed in academics, foster professional growth and development, augment leadership skills, complement classroom instruction, promote wellness, and foster personal and career goals and aspirations.
|Fall 2014||Start Date||End Date|
|Continuing Student Registration||March 20||August 22|
|New Student Registration||August 20||August 20|
|Late Registration||August 21||August 22|
|Add/Drop Period||August 25||August 29|
|Classes||August 25||December 4|
|Final Exams||December 8||December 12|
UVI has begun full enforcement of the new parking program which was implemented in September of 2013. The parking program is designed to enhance campus safety and security through improved accountability of vehicles parked on campus, provide designated/color coded parking lots for campus users and to regulate traffic on the campus during special events among other objectives.
Effective Tuesday April 1, 2014, all vehicles of UVI students and employees parked on campus must have valid parking permits which are visible to security officers. Vehicles must be parked in appropriately designated color coded parking areas, i.e. residential student parking (red lots), commuter student parking (purple lots), faculty and staff parking (green lots), visitor parking (orange lots) or open parking (yellow lots). The Security Department will issue tickets or citations and or immobilize vehicles for lack of properly displayed valid parking permits and other parking violations (e.g. parking in handicap parking spots, etc.)
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to comply with the parking policy by completing the online vehicle registration form in the Employee Information tab of Banner, which is available from the myCampus portal at https://mycampus.uvi.edu.
Fall 2014 Student Government Association (SGA) elections on UVI’s St. Thomas Campus are tentatively scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 4. The elections process begins on Aug. 21, and the deadline for submitting applications is Aug. 28. Students interested in applying for an SGA position can obtain applications at the Student Activities Office. All students who have paid their Student Government Association fee are automatically members of the SGA. The SGA’s governing body, which consists of the Executive and the Legislative Branch, must be elected by the student body. Positions available are president, vice president, treasurer, and freshman, sophomore, junior and senior senators.
Student involvement and participation in the governance of the University are provided through representation of the UVI Board of Trustees, membership on the UVI Senate, election/appointment to the SGA, and membership on UVI standing committees. The SGA/Student Activities Office located between Middle and North Resident Halls.
For more information, contact the St. Thomas Student Activities Supervisor Leon Lafond.