University of Virginia Women's Club



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Evening at the Theatre: April 23, 2015

Spring Luncheon: May 12, 2015

Photos of Recent Events and Trips:

Mount Vernon Trip

2014 Honoraries' High Tea

Philanthropy: Women's Center Breathing Room





The University of Virginia Women's Club was founded in the 1948-1949 academic year as the Faculty Wives Club “to promote sociability.” In 1991, the name was changed to Women’s Club and member eligibility was expanded to include non-faculty employees, as well. Today, Women’s Club welcomes all university women. 
Women’s Club offers a full year of events including annual meetings with interesting speakers, gatherings for new members, special events and trips, philanthropy projects, and interest groups.  It gives university women the opportunity to meet other women and families from all schools and departments across Grounds.
Browse the website to learn more about the various opportunities to participate.  We welcome new members, so if you are interested in joining, see our Membership page. You can contact me personally by phone or email.
Gale McCartney, President 2014-2015

Upcoming Events

Thursday, April 23, 2015
Evening at the Theatres

An evening performance of UVa Drama Department’s Wonderful Town at the Culbreth Theatre. The Women’s Club’s Socia/Decorating Committee is planning a reception in the Helms Theatre at 7:00, and the performance begins at 8:00.  The ticket price of $18 per person includes the reception.  The deadline for purchasing tickets is April 15.  Contact: Gale McCartney.

Tuesday, May 12, 201
Spring Luncheon

Our closing event for the year is a luncheon at Greencroft Club with 2008 UVa graduate, and now travel writer and sketch artist, Candace Rose Rardon as our speaker.  The cost is $30.  Contact: Gale McCartney or Grace Giras.

Contact information for Gale and Grace is found in our handbook.


Click for a list the current officers, Executive Board members, and committee chairs.

The Constitution and By-laws of the UVa Women's Club can be found by clicking the link.


Photograph by James Marshall. All rights reserved. Used with permission.




Last updated: March 20, 2015