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We are pleased that you are interested in applying to Virginia Union University. The selection committee reviews all complete applications on a rolling basis and decisions are based on the student’s scholastic achievement, character, and evidence of aptitude for achievement. Notification of the admission decision is sent to the applicant shortly after all credentials are received. Financial aid and academic scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis to those who qualify.  This program is best used with Google Chrome web browser.

Undergraduate Application
    Application for Undergraduate Admissions  

Freshman Applicants is an applicant who is enrolled in high school or have graduated from high school and have not attended any accredited college or university. Applicants must provide evidence of having been awarded a secondary high school diploma or a GED. A minimum of 14 units, accumulated in grades nine through twelve are required for high school graduates. This includes second degree seeking, dual enrolled and International students.  For more information please visit Incoming Freshman.

A transfer student is as an applicant who has graduated from high school, has attended another regionally accredited post secondary institution, and has attempted one or more courses, is considered a transfer student regardless of credit earned. A student seeking to earn a degree as a transfer student at Virginia Union University must take a minimum of 30 credit hours at Virginia Union University. For more information please visit  Transfer Students
    Accelerated Degree Program  
Applicants interested in the Accelerated program are available in the Education department.  It is recommended that applicants have at least 2 years of work experience and have completed 45 hours of higher education.
Potential students who want to enroll at the University but do not want to pursue a degree. Non-matriculating applicants cannot receive scholarships. Applicants for non-matriculation include the Teacher Education Department that offers a Continuing Education Outreach Initiative which offers prospective and practicing teachers courses making them eligible for licensure. Please see the Teacher's Licensure checklist for more details. Non-matriculating students are also include Police Officer Recruits.
Master's of Education
    Application For Graduate Admissions  
Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology
    Graduate Application  
    Doctoral Application  
    Inquiry Form  
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