Summer Studies: There’s still time to register!

Looking to earn extra credits to graduate early? Want to take a class this summer while in RVA? Register for Summer Studies from now up until the first day of your summer class!

To register as degree-seeking (VCU students):

Register for classes in eServices under Summer 2018. Each summer course is designed to give one semester’s worth of work. With careful scheduling, students can earn as many as 15 credits during the summer if coursework extends over the full Summer Studies calendar.

Click here to view all information about degree-seeking registration.

To register as non degree-seeking:

Nondegree-seeking students may register for up to 11 credit hours at Virginia Commonwealth University during Summer Studies. Read more about nondegree-seeking admissions.

Students currently seeking a baccalaureate degree at another college or university can register as a transient student if they:

Click here to view all summer session dates.
Click here to view all summer 2018 courses.
Click here to view tuition, billing & payment information.

Hope to see you this summer!

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VCU Graduate School Fair 2018

Come join VCU’s Spring Graduate and Professional School Fair, hosted by the Office of Admissions. Meet graduate school representatives from VCU’s academic units and learn about the graduate admissions application process.

At the fair, you can:

  • Explore the possibilities of graduate and professional education
  • Meet with admissions representatives and learn about requirements for each program
  • Gather brochures, forms and information to take with youDate: Wednesday, April 25, 2018
    Time: Noon to 3 p.m.
    Location: University Student Commons, Virginia Rooms A-D
    Registration: Click here to sign up online

Registration is not required; you can check-in at the registration desk when you arrive. For more information, contact the Office of Admissions at (804) 828-6916 or admrecruit@vcu.edu.

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VCU Closed for 10K April 14

Due to the impact of the Monument Ave. 10K around the Monroe Park Campus, the VCU Welcome Center will be closed on this Saturday, April 14. Information sessions and campus tours will not be offered. We will resume our regular office hours on Monday, April 16.

The Ukrop’s Monument Avenue 10K will be held from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. The starting line for the race is at the corner of West Broad and Harrison street, directly in front of the Welcome Center, and it is anticipated that over 30,000 people will participate. Traffic patterns on and around VCU’s Monroe Park Campus will be significantly altered during race day.

For more information about the 10K please visit: https://www.sportsbackers.org/events/monument-ave-10k/

 

How to Register for New Student Orientation

Orientation is the time for you to meet other students in your major, schedule classes, and pick up your VCU ID! Don’t put orientation off to the last minute, it is a first come first serve basis on classes! To ensure you get the times and classes you want, come to the earliest orientation you can attend.

Before you register for New Student Orientation, you must accept your VCU admissions offer. You have until May 1 to accept the offer.

Once you are ready to register for NSO, check the NSO checklist. Following the checklist will allow students to register and prepare for orientation making the registration process smooth.

The checklist will guide students to take any necessary placement tests, prepare them to register for courses, get any accommodations prepared (such as hotels), etc.

Accept your offer and get ready to become a ram!

Do you know where to go for Preview Day?

Heading to campus for Preview Day and not sure where to go? Don’t worry, all of our faculty, staff and students are here to help you navigate through the day!

Check-in locations are located in multiple locations across campus and divided by school/college. There are also a number of parking options that are centrally located to all of our check-in locations.

School of the Arts
W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts, Sonia Vlahcevic Concert Hall
922 Park Avenue
Guests going to the Singleton Center should park in the W. Broad Street Parking Deck, located at 1111 W. Broad Street.

School of Business
Snead Hall, Atrium
301 West Main Street
Guests going to Snead Hall should park in the Jefferson Street Deck, located at 100 S. Jefferson Street.

School of Engineering
School of Engineering East Hall, Atrium
401 West Main Street
Guests going to East Hall should park in the Jefferson Street Deck, located at 100 S. Jefferson Street.

School of Education, College of Humanities and Sciences, and VCU Life Sciences
Altria Theater
6 North Laurel Street
Guests going to the Altria Theater should park in the W. Main Street Deck, located at 801 W. Main Street.

L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs and School of Social Work
Academic Learning Commons, Lobby
1000 Floyd Avenue
Guests going to the Academic Learning Commons should park in the W. Main Street Deck, located at 801 W. Main Street.

If you have any questions throughout the day, look for any of our staff members with black and gold “Ask Me” buttons or our Student Admissions Ambassadors and we’ll be happy to help you. We look forward to seeing more of #VCU22 and our new transfer students on campus soon!

Waitlist – Frequently Asked Questions

If you have been waitlisted for admission to VCU and have some questions about your status, here is some information that you may find helpful.

Q: What is my rank on VCU’s waitlist? Is there a way to tell where I am on the waitlist?
A: VCU’s waitlist is not ranked.

Q: What are my chances of getting off the waitlist? How quickly does VCU move through the waiting list?
A: Each year is different depending on the number of spaces we have available.

Q: Why was I put on the waitlist? What does it mean?
A: VCU received over 18,000 applications for the incoming freshman of the fall 2018 semester. The waiting list was determined based on the academic competitiveness of the applicant pool.

Q: When will I hear whether I have been moved off of the waitlist or been admitted?
A: Applicants who have notified VCU in writing of their wish to remain on the waitlist will receive word of their admission by June 1st. Depending on space available, you may hear back from us sooner.

Q: May I submit additional material for review of my admission?
A: You may submit additional academic material including updated transcripts and test scores. This academic information may be sent to our admissions office at Box 842526, Richmond, VA 23284-2526.

IMPORTANT: Applicants who wish to remain on VCU’s waiting list must notify the Office of Admissions of this by emailing ugradwaitlist@vcu.edu by May 1st. Please include your full name, address and birth date in your email so that we can identify your application. If we do not hear from you by May 1st, your name will be removed from the waiting list and you will no longer be considered for admission for the fall 2018 semester.

If you have any other questions about the waiting list, please contact us at ugradwaitlist@vcu.edu, or call (804) 828-1222 or (800) 841-3638 and ask to speak with an admissions counselor.

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