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Eligible Schools for Spring Admission
Remember that in the spring, we only take a limited number of students to a limited number of schools. We only admit for the College of Arts and Sciences, Architectural History and Urban and Environmental Planning. If you plan to study other fields like nursing or engineering, etc, please hold off and apply for fall 2016 admission. http://www.admission.virginia.edu/transfer/admissions
The GAA does not work for the spring admission
The Guaranteed Admission Agreement is only available for fall applicants, and only applies to VCCS applicants wanting to study in the College of Arts and Sciences, Engineering and the RN-BSN program. But again, this is not available for spring transfer. No need to click the button now.
Good luck with those last-minute applications!
Hopefully, we're getting new viewers to the blog. I want to draw your attention to the information on the right side of the blog. This is information pertaining to the most common questions we receive. We fear that not everyone reads it and felt it would be a good time to talk about the Common App forms. Some of your other transfer institutions will require these. We do not. Unfortunately, because the Common App is common, we cannot take these down from your application. Here are the guidelines:
1) The College Report is NOT REQUIRED
2) The Secondary School Final Report is NOT REQUIRED
That said, ALL college and ALL high school transcripts are required.
3) The Mid-Term Report is RECOMMENDED. If you decide to send it, send it after mid-terms which will likely be after the deadline, and that's just fine.
4) The Academic Evaluator Recommendation is RECOMMENDED.
As you can tell, our spring application deadline is just around the corner. Many of you have already done so, but if not, you should start gathering your required materials (transcripts, test scores) and your optional materials (recommendations) now. It can take weeks to get your transcripts, so the sooner you get them, the better. Remember to list ALL of your previous institutions and all of your current courses.
Seeing that you all are the first students applying this cycle, what questions do you have from the common app? It can be a little confusing and checking in here can help many others like you.
Well, it appears that we have a little over a month until applications for spring admission are due. We just wanted to post a reminder for you when completing the common application.
It is a requirement for you to list EVERY SINGLE institution you have attended on the common application. That's high school (if you were home-schooled, list it) and each and every college or University you've attended. Do not skip over these sections. Even if you first went to college ten or twenty years ago, we will need the transcript and we'll need you to write it on your application. For better or worse, we have access to a database which tells us what colleges/universities you attended, and if you make an omission, we could consider it a violation of our honor code. I think many students mistakenly skip over this part, but we urge you to move slowly through the application so it doesn't happen to you.