What We Need From You

Whether you apply online or send in the paper application, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions must receive the following supporting materials to ensure your application file is complete:

Application must be postmarked or submitted online by December 1. The supplemental materials listed below may follow at a later date.

  1. Payment of the non-refundable application fee of $60.
  2. SAT Reasoning Test or ACT scores. Tests should be taken by the December test date of the applicant’s senior year. Virginia Tech’s CEEB code is 5859; the ACT code is 4420.
  3. High School Transcript: An official or unofficial copy of your current high school transcript must be sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions within a reasonable time period from the application deadline (Early Decision: November 1; Regular Decision: December 1). Transcripts for Regular Decision freshman applications should be received by January 15.
  4. Mid-Year High School Grades: Applicants should work with their high school counselors to submit their first semester grades to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions as soon as available (no later than February 26). These grades will be accepted electronically or via paper.
  5. Final Grades/High School Transcript: All incoming freshmen must submit their final official high school transcripts to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions no later than August 1.

Letters of recommendation are not requested; however, if an applicant chooses to send one, it must accompany the high school transcript.

Don’t forget to…

  • Provide your U.S. Social Security Number and correct date of birth.
  • Indicate your planned entrance date.
  • Include copies of both sides of your Resident Alien card and visa (if applicable).
  • Select your requested major.
  • Check the Early Decision box and sign the Early Decision statement at the end of the application (if applicable).
  • Agree to and sign the Pledge of Honor.
  • For maximum financial aid consideration, complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. The priority deadline is January 15.
  • Complete the Virginia Tech General Scholarship application by December 1 for all need and non-need based scholarships. (You must complete the FAFSA before you can submit the General Scholarship application.)

Note: It is the responsibility of each applicant to submit all required information and materials as soon as possible. Completed applications will receive priority in the review process. Because of time constraints, it is not always possible for the admissions office to request missing information. When submitting supplemental materials separate from the application, make sure your name, date of birth, and college name are included on all pieces. Also, be sure to include your current name, if different from the name on the materials.

To help us and yourself, please review the above checklist carefully. The university reserves the right to withdraw, without notice, any application that is not complete by the deadline.

What We Need From You

Whether you apply online or send in the paper application, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions must receive the following supporting materials to ensure your application file is complete:

  1. The non-refundable application fee of $60. (Online applicants pay upon submission of the application. Applicants who use the PDF application form should include a check or money order payable to Treasurer of Virginia Tech.)
  2. College Transcripts: An official copy of your current and previous college transcripts.
  3. High School Transcripts: In most cases your application can be reviewed before receipt of your high school transcript, however, a final high school transcript is still required prior to enrollment.
  4. Final College Transcript: Final college transcripts that include your complete spring term grades must be received by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions by the date stated on your offer letter.

Letters of recommendation are not requested; however, if an applicant chooses to send one, it must accompany the college transcript.

Please remember to…

  • Provide your U.S. Social Security Number and correct date of birth.
  • Indicate your planned entrance date.
  • Include copies of both sides of your Resident Alien card and visa (if applicable).
  • Select your requested major.
  • Include a completed list of your current courses.
  • Complete your Personal Statement(s).
  • Agree to and sign the Pledge of Honor.
  • For maximum financial aid consideration, complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. The priority deadline is January 15.
  • Complete the Virginia Tech General Scholarship application by December 1 for all need and non-need based scholarships. (You must complete the FAFSA before you can submit the General Scholarship application.)

Note: It is the responsibility of each applicant to submit all required information and materials as soon as possible. Completed applications will receive priority in the review process. Because of time constraints, it is not always possible for the admissions office to request missing information. When submitting supplemental materials separate from the application, make sure your name, date of birth, and college name are included on all pieces. Also, be sure to include your current name, if different from the name on the materials.

To help us and yourself, please review the above checklist carefully. The university reserves the right to withdraw, without notice, any application that is not complete by the deadline.

What We Need From You

Whether you apply online or send in the paper application, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions must receive the following supporting materials to ensure your application file is complete:

  1. Application Fee: A non-refundable fee of $70 for all international students applying for admission must be submitted. The check must be written on a U.S. bank, a foreign bank with a U.S. correspondent, or a U.S. money order. Your application will not be processed without this fee. Students who apply online are required to pay the application fee electronically with either a debit or credit card (MasterCard or VISA), or an electronic check.
  2. SAT Reasoning Test or ACT Scores (Optional for international applicants): Virginia Tech’s CEEB code is 5859; the ACT code is 4420. For additional details, see the requirements page.
  3. InitialView Interview (Optional for international applicants): You may learn more about InitialView at www.initialview.com. Please arrange to have your interview completed as early as possible. The deadline for completing the interview is February 1, 2018. For additional details, see the requirements page.
  4. TOEFL/IELTS/PTE: Applicants whose native language is not English must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), or the Pearson Test for English (PTE). Scores should be received on or before February 1, 2018. To have your TOEFL score automatically sent to Virginia Tech, please specify Virginia Tech’s CEEB code (5859) on the test form. For additional details, see the requirements page.
  5. Educational Documents: All documents in a language other than English must be accompanied by certified English translations. Notarized translations alone will not be accepted. Translations supplement, but do not replace original documents. Remember to send both.
    • Diplomas/Certificates: Students who have completed secondary school or high school must submit copies of their diplomas or school leaving certificates. Report of scores on school leaving examinations must also be submitted.
    • Transcript/Statement of Marks: This contains the record of courses studied, marks (grades) awarded, length of class periods, and grading scale with minimum passing mark. These must be submitted for upper secondary or high school years and must be complete for applicants who have graduated from school. For those applicants who are still enrolled in school, the transcript, or statement of marks, must show the most current term of grades to date. The transcript must be an original copy, certified by the sending institution.
  6. International Transfer Applicants must submit, in addition to those materials already listed, the following educational documents:
    • Official copy of high school record or transcripts.  If not English, a certified English translation is required.
    • Official copy of college or university transcripts.  If not English, a certified English translation is required.
    • For international students studying outside the United States, a syllabus of each course or subject studied at the university level (including textbook used and author) must be submitted.  Applications without this information cannot be considered.  Graduates of thirteen-year systems must submit syllabi for their final year of study.
    • Evaluation of international college/university transcripts by a professional credential evaluation service.  Having this done will aid the Admissions Committee and the University Registrar.  A list of recommended agencies can be found in the application instructions here.

Receipt of all documents required before credit can be awarded.

Letters of recommendation are not requested; however, if an applicant chooses to send one, it must accompany the high school transcript.

Note: It is the responsibility of each applicant to submit all required information and materials as soon as possible. Completed applications will receive priority in the review process. Because of time constraints, it is not always possible for the admissions office to request missing information. When submitting supplemental materials separate from the application, make sure your name, date of birth, and college name are included on all pieces. Also, be sure to include your current name, if different from the name on the materials.

To help us and yourself, please review the above checklist carefully. The university reserves the right to withdraw, without notice, any application that is not complete by the deadline.

What We Need From You

Whether you apply online or send in the paper application, non-degree applicants must submit the following materials to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, 925 Prices Fork Road, Blacksburg, VA 24061 in order to complete your application file:

  1. A completed application for non-degree undergraduate admission, plus a $60 check or money order (non-refundable application fee) made payable to Treasurer, Virginia Tech.
  2. Virginia In-State Tuition Form (included in both the online and paper Non-Degree Application)- This form must be submitted with your application if you claim entitlement to Virginia in-state tuition rates, even if you are currently a Virginia resident. Failure to complete this form will result in your classification as an out-of-state student. For more information, please see the residency page.
  3. A letter explaining your purpose in attending Virginia Tech as a non-degree student.
  4. Transcripts – An official or unofficial copy of all college transcripts must be received by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions no later than the application deadline. If you have not completed any college coursework, please send an official or unofficial copy of your high school transcript.

Note: It is the responsibility of each applicant to submit all required information and materials as soon as possible. Completed applications will receive priority in the review process. Because of time constraints, it is not always possible for the admissions office to request missing information. When submitting supplemental materials separate from the application, make sure your name, date of birth, and college name are included on all pieces. Also, be sure to include your current name, if different from the name on the materials.

To help us and yourself, please review the above checklist carefully. The university reserves the right to withdraw, without notice, any application that is not complete by the deadline.

Application Checklist

1.      Complete the online application. The $60 application fee will be automatically waived for veterans who apply

2.      Set up your guest account

3.      Check your application status page to make sure we have everything we need from you

If you have specific questions about your application, please contact:

Assistant Director, Colonel (Retired) Christopher St. Jean
Email: astjean@vt.edu
Telephone: (540) 231-6267

To learn more about opportunities and resources for students who are veterans at Virginia Tech, visit www.veterans.vt.edu

Note: It is the responsibility of each applicant to submit all required information and materials as soon as possible. Completed applications will receive priority in the review process. Because of time constraints, it is not always possible for the admissions office to request missing information. When submitting supplemental materials separate from the application, make sure your name, date of birth, and college name are included on all pieces. Also, be sure to include your current name, if different from the name on the materials.

To help us and yourself, please review the above checklist carefully. The university reserves the right to withdraw, without notice, any application that is not complete by the deadline.

Information current as of June 16, 2017