If it has been more than three years since you attended Virginia Western, you must complete a new application.
There are three ways to apply to Virginia Western:
You may also download the Application for In-State Tuition in PDF format.
Students must initiate a formal request to have transcripts from other institutions evaluated for credit. A Request for Transcript Evaluation form can be submitted in the Admissions, Records, or Counseling offices. Only official transcripts will be evaluated.
Placement testing is required of:
Placement tests are given in the college's Learning Technology Center (LTC) and no appointment is necessary. Refer to the LTC web site for hours of operation.
For more information and practice questions, see our Placement Testing page.
Advisors are available in Chapman Hall Rm 105 to help individuals on a first-come, first-served basis.
New students are highly encouraged to see an Academic Advisor in the Advising & Retention Office while currently enrolled students should see their faculty advisor.
For more information on advising and registration, please see the Advising & Retention web site.
It is important to select a program of study early if you intend to graduate from Virginia Western. In addition, all financial aid recipients are required to be placed in a curriculum to receive aid.
Counselors are available to assist you in Chapman Hall Rm 105.
The Bookstore is located on South Campus in Craig Hall, at the entrance of Duncan Hall. You can also purchase your books online through the Bookstore web site.
We use VW Alert to immediately contact you during a major crisis or emergency.