Virginia

We Welcome Transfer Students

Transfer students are a vital part of the Virginia private college community, and contribute substantially to academic and extracurricular life. Virginia’s private colleges welcome qualified applicants.

Qualified students who wish to transfer from accredited two-year and four-year institutions should have complete transcripts forwarded from all colleges previously attended, as well as a secondary school transcript. Certification of good standing at the previous institution should also be provided. In addition, some colleges require the results of the SAT I: Reasoning Test (or the ACT).

Policies related to transfer admission, acceptance of credit, advanced standing, financial aid, and housing vary from college to college – ask your admission counselor lots of questions. To obtain more information regarding transfer policies and procedures, either call the admissions offices or click on the name of each college you are considering below.
 
 
 

 
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Appalachian College of Pharmacy
Appalachian School of Law
Averett University
Bluefield College
Bridgewater College
Eastern Mennonite University
Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
Emory & Henry College
Ferrum College
George Washington University - VA
Hampden-Sydney College
Hampton University
Hollins University
Jefferson College of Health Sciences
Liberty University
Lynchburg College
Mary Baldwin University
Marymount University
Randolph College
Randolph-Macon College
Roanoke College
Shenandoah University.
Southern Virginia University
Sweet Briar College
University of Richmond
Via College of Osteopathic Medicine - VA
Virginia Union University
Virginia Wesleyan University
Washington and Lee University
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