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Virginia Tech
222 Burruss Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061
(540) 231.6000
WWW.VT.EDU

Contact Admissions
www.admiss.vt.edu

Virginia Tech is consistently recognized for its quality of education, with nationally ranked programs, excellent graduate career statistics, and its breadth of undergraduate research opportunities. The university was ranked 15th in the 2008 edition of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance list of 100 Best Values in Public Colleges.

Application Deadline: Jan. 15, 2014

 

 

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Information Session Details
Admissions information sessions every day the university is open.

Tours and information sessions originate from the new Visitor and Undergraduate Admissions Center which opened July 5, 2011.

The new building provides a central location for University visitors to attend Undergraduate Admissions information sessions, campus tours, receive their visitor's parking permit as well as gather other information relative to their visit.

Visitors do not need parking permits on weekends in most lots. Be sure to check signs before parking for any 24-hour faculty-staff notations.

College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Location: 238 Wallace Hall Details
By appointment, call 540-231-6770 to schedule.


College of Natural Resources and Environment Details
Monday and Friday, 11:15 am – 12:15 pm (appointment required), please call 540-231-5482

Location: 138 Cheatham Hall
Note: If you are interested in the Geography or Meteorology major and want more information or want to schedule an information session, please call Maureen Deisinger at 540-231-6886.

College of Architecture & Urban Studies: School of Architecture + Design Details
Monday and Friday, 12:00–1:00 pm, fall and spring semester only (appointment required).

Location: 201 Cowgill Hall
Architecture, Industrial Design, Interior Design, and Landscape Architecture sessions offered: Monday and Friday, 12:00–1:00 pm, fall and spring semester only (appointment required).

Summer Session Schedule: Information sessions will only be held on Fridays at 12 noon during the First and Second Summer Sessions. An appointment is required.

Call to schedule an appointment: (540) 231-5383

University Honors Details
Monday and Friday, 1:15 pm walk-in information session

Location: 1st Floor, Hillcrest Hall

Corps of Cadets Details
Monday through Friday, 10:00 – 11:00 am (no appointment required)

Corps of Cadets
Location: Commandant’s Office,
143 Brodie Hall

Other times by appointment only.
For further information, or to make an appointment, please call 540-231-6858.

Pamplin College of Business Details
Monday through Friday, 11:00 am – noon (no appointment required)

Pamplin College of Business
Location: 1046 Pamplin Hall
For further information, please call 540-231-6602

Department of Computer Science Details
Monday through Friday, 1:15 – 2:00 pm (appointment required)

Department of Computer Science

Location: 114 McBryde
For an appointment, please call 540-231-6931

University Studies Program Details
Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, 1:00 – 2:00 pm

Location: University Academic Advising Center, 117 Femoyer Hall
For further information, please call 540-231-8440

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Details
Mondays and Fridays, 2:00 – 3:00 pm (appointment required)

Location: 340 Whittemore Hall
Please call 540-231-2163 to schedule an appointment

Campus Tours Details
Student-led walking tours are held when classes are in session.

Tours and information sessions originate from the new Visitor and Undergraduate Admissions Center which opened July 5, 2011.

The new building provides a central location for University visitors to attend Undergraduate Admissions information sessions, campus tours, receive their visitor's parking permit as well as gather other information relative to their visit.

Visitors do not need parking permits on weekends in most lots. Be sure to check signs before parking for any 24-hour faculty-staff notations.

Air Force ROTC Details
Weekday sessions offered Monday through Friday

Location: 228 Military Building
Times offered: Weekday sessions offered Monday through Friday. For session times and contact information, please call (540) 231 6404.

Visit Programs

College of Architecture & Urban Studies: School of Public and International Affairs Details
Available upon request: Contact Diane Zahm or call 540-231-5485 for tour/info session

Public and Urban Affairs/Environmental Policy and Planning tours/info available upon request: Contact Diane Zahm or call 540-231-5485 for tour/info session

Construction Engineering & Management tours/information session Details
Available upon request; call 540-231-6777

Location: 430 Bishop Favrao Hall
Construction Engineering & Management tours/info available upon request: Contact Chris Fiori (cfiori@vt.edu) or call 540-231-6777
Department of Building Construction tours/info available upon request: Contact Renee Ryan (renee.ryan@vt.edu) or call 540-231-7428

College of Architecture & Urban Studies: School of Visual Arts Details
Tours & information sessions are available upon request. Call 540-231-5547 to schedule.

Studio Art, Art History, Visual Communication Design tours/info available upon request: Contact Besty Bannan or call 540-231-5547 for tour/info session

College of Architecture & Urban Studies: Department of Building Construction Details
Tours/info session are available upon request: Contact Renee Ryan (renee.ryan@vt.edu) or call 540-231-7428

Contact Renee Ryan (renee.ryan@vt.edu) or call 540-231-7428

Parking Information

The new Visitor and Undergraduate Admissions Center is located at 965 Prices Fork Road, near the intersection of Prices Fork and University City Boulevard next to the Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center.

For questions, please call 540/231-3548.

On weekdays you'll need a visitor's parking permit from the Visitor's Center.

On weekends visitors do not need parking permits for most lots.

Be sure to check signs for any 24-hour faculty-staff notations before parking.

 
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Early Decision: Nov. 1, 2013 Notified by: Dec. 15, 2013
Regular Admission: Jan. 15, 2014 Notified by: April 1, 2014
Sector Public, 4-year
Size Category 20,000 or above
Carnegie Classification 2010 Research Universities (very high research activity)
Athletic Affiliations NCAA
ROTC Offered Army Navy Air Force
Study Abroad Offered Yes
Highest Degree Offered Doctor's degree
Academic Calendar Semester


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Contact Admissions
www.admiss.vt.edu

Dates and Deadlines
Early Decision: Nov. 1, 2013 Notified by: Dec. 15, 2013
Regular Admission: Jan. 15, 2014 Notified by: April 1, 2014

Application Information
Open Admissions No
Common Application
Application Fee $60
Application Website www.admiss.vt.edu/apply/apply_online.php

Test Statistics (25th/75th percentile)
English Math Writing
SAT 540/640 580/680 540/640
ACT None/None None/None None/None
(ACT composite: None/None)

Admissions Considerations
GPA Required
Class Rank Neither required nor recommended
School Record Required
Completion of College Prep Program Required
Recommendations Neither required nor recommended
Admissions Test Scores Required
Audition/Portfolio Neither required nor recommended
TOEFL (international applicants only) Required

Overall Admissions Statistics
Total Applicants 19,112
Total Acceptances 13,432
Acceptance Rate 70%

Student Body Statistics
Total Enrollment 31,087
Full-time Enrollment 28,263
Part-time Enrollment 2,824
Male Undergrads 13,657
Female Undergrads 9,709
Student to Faculty Ratio 16
Retention Rate 92%
Graduation Rate

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Financial Aid Contact Information
www.finaid.vt.edu

Cost Statistics
In-state Tuition and fees $11,455
Out-of-state Tuition and fees $27,211
Room & Board (on-campus) None
Room & Board (off-campus) None
Books & Supplies None
Other Expenses (on-campus) None
Other Expenses (off-campus) None
Net Price Calculator http://www.apps.finaid.vt.edu/apps/NPC/npcalc.htm

Financial Aid Statistics
Percent receiving any aid 75
Percent receiving federal, state, local, or institutional grant aid 44
Average amount of aid received $6,940

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