Drop-In Classes for Fall 2019

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Drop-In Classes for Fall 2019

CSC offers free drop-in classes in CSC's Contemplative Room 220 located on the second floor of Clemons LibraryRoom 220 is also a reservable space for contemplative practices. At times when classes are not in session, it serves as a quiet, drop-in space.

WHEN: All classes meet weekly from September 2 - December 6 and follow the UVA calendar. Clemons Library hours

WHO: All classes are open to all UVA students, faculty, staff, and community members/guests
(unless otherwise noted in the program details.) 

All classes are free to all participants. 

Registration is not required, participation is first come, first served. Participants are encouraged to arrive early to secure a spot. 

GIFT CARD! We'll be giving away gift cards to the Juice Laundry for all those who attend 20 classes from September 2 - December 6. Just fill up a punch card, which are available from class instructors. 

  • Night Owl Yoga is a free drop-in class offered Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday 8-9pm at the Aquatic Fitness Center (AFC IM Rec) Room MP1)
  • Find more CSC yoga classes.
View class descriptions here.
For a larger view of the schedule, click the image below. 
Managed by CSC, Room 220 in Clemons Library is part of the Dathel and John Georges Student Center, a focal point for total advising at UVA, and contains large study areas as well as reservable rooms for groups.
Please visit UVA Library Directions and Maps page for directions to Clemons library.
Individuals and organizations may reserve times for contemplative activities when other programming is not occuring, pending review. At all other times, this room serves as a quiet, drop-in space for contemplative activities.
  • Visit here to request a reservation. 
  • Hours of operation for Clemons Room 220 are the same as Clemons Library. The library schedule is here
Yoga mats, meditation cushions, and other supplies for the room are available for use in the space: please check with the student workers at the second-floor main desk or with Katie Densberger, Director of the Georges Student Center (434-924-1285), to request access to the supplies for Room 220. 
NOTE: All equipment must be used only inside Room 220 and returned to the designated storage closet at the end of use.
Questions about Clemons 220? Email Leslie Hubbard,, Associate Director of Student Initiatives.