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11.Campus Food: There are lots of places and options so it makes getting food very convenient. However, the quality of the food and the variety isn't always the best. There are days where it can be really good though. It just depends on the day.
12.Campus Food: The food is often greasy and the fist and other mystery meat are frequently pinker than they ought to be. It is hard to find food that it both healthy and doesn't taste like cardboard. There is an abundance of unwashed fruit that is sometimes edible.
13.Campus Housing: New dorms are clean, green, and have many amenities but for me, it was a little less than a mile away from my classes at the Architecture school, it's a lot better for students in other schools. There are study rooms and living rooms on each floor. I have friends in Gooch/Dillard and they complain of an even longer commute.
14.Campus Housing: The overall experience depends on where you end up. Its random so you can't influence it at all. There are 3 main 1st year options and they each have their perks, new dorms, old dorms and gooch dillard. G-D doesn't have any perks in my opinion. Upperclass man housing is okay, and some are further than others.
15.Health & Safety: I generally feel safe walking around grounds by myself at night, however, I do get a little nervous if I'm walking by myself and a large group of guys walks by or if I leave grounds by myself.
16.Health & Safety: Ultimately, very safe. Mostly because the students are encouraged to care for one another and they encourage one another to do things safely. There's always a lot of drinking, but mostly drinkers hurt themselves and not others. Theft is very low due to the Honor Code. There are a lot of unlit or sketchy areas off-grounds.
17.Transportation: The bus system isn't really that great, and getting to the airport is difficult (except around Thanksgiving, when the University provides shuttles). We use a smartphone app to see where buses are, however, which is pretty nifty. Getting to the Amtrak station or downtown Charlottesville is pretty easy - and students can ride any bus for free.
交通：公交系统是不是真的那么大，而且去机场是越来越困难（除了在感恩节，当大学提供班车）。我们使用智能手机应用程序，来查看公交车在哪里，这是非常漂亮的。前往Amtrak车站或市中心夏洛茨维尔是很容易 - 学生可以乘坐任何免费巴士。
18.Transportation: School bus lines run pretty frequently and are free. City busses aren't great but students ride for free. Taxi availability is good except on weekends.
19.Local Area: UVA is located in Charlottesville, Virginia which is a mid-sized town with more attractions and far more populated than other in-state schools like James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia and Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. If you enjoy hikes and seeing nature there are many areas around UVA where you can go. It is located about 2 hours from Washington, DC and 1 Hour from Richmond so UVA students have convenient access to big cities as well.
20.Off-Campus Dining: The food in Charlottesville is amazing. It can be a little expensive at times, but it is totally worth it to treat yourself to nice meal every once in awhile to break the habit of eating dining food all the time.