The Bahai Association is devoted to promoting the ideals of the Baha'i Faith around UVA and Charlottesville, fostering unity and providing fellowship and deepening for Baha'is and non-Baha'is at UVA.
This club aims to teach people how to bake and/or provide somewhere for students who share such common interest to utilize their baking skills.
The Ballroom Dance Club at UVA is a contracted independent organization (CIO) and club sport at UVA. The club seeks to promote ballroom dancing on- and off-Grounds, socially and competitively. Membership is open to all students, faculty, and staff.
Barristers United organizes recreational soccer games and represents UVA Law School in the Soccer Organization of Charlottesville-Albemarle (SOCA).
The Batten Student Council represents the needs and interests of Batten School students. It helps to enrich their academic experience by encouraging community outreach, special events and professional development activities.
The Batten Undergraduate Council will facilitate relationships between students, faculty, and administration, foster a sense of community and professionalism among our students, and maintain an active role in the undergraduate major admissions process.
We are Battleground Faith/Princess Club, an organization that aims to uplift the young girls/boys of West Haven, a project neighborhood in Charlottesville through mentoring relationships, teaching about Jesus and the Bible, and involving other UVA CIOs.
Be the Match at the U.Va. works to advocate the registration of potential marrow transplant donors. Be the Match will not only add people the National Marrow Donor Registry, but will also educate the community about the importance of marrow transplants.
The purpose fo the Beach Volleyball Club is to allow people who enjoy playing volleyball, regardless of skill-level, to play volleyball weekly in an environment which has friendly competition.
The Best Buddies chapter at UVA is a branch of the international non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities by providing opportunities for one-to-one friendships with University students.