Virginia Commonwealth University is a public research, originally founded in 1838. VCU is known for its diversity – both academically and in terms of the student population. VCU has 15 international partnerships, a campus in Qatar, and encourages students to think globally.
About Virginia Commonwealth University
Reasons to Choose Virginia Commonwealth
Virginia Commonwealth University offers 217 degree programs at the bachelor’s, graduate, doctoral and certificate levels.
In 2014-2015, VCU received a record $270M in sponsored research funding.
In 2015, US News & World Report ranked VCU’s School of the Arts as the #1 public school of Arts and Design in the U.S.
Next Steps for a Smooth Transfer
Start planning ASAP: speak to a NOVA Transfer Counselor to select a major; review NOVA’s Guaranteed Admissions Agreements; consider your Financial Aid options
Get to know Virginia Commonwealth University: read through Virginia Commonwealth’s online Transfer Center; stay informed about the academic calendar and important deadlines; and plan a visit (if you haven’t already)
Submit your paperwork: complete and submit an application to Virginia Commonwealth University; make sure to include your Financial Aid and Housing forms too
These are formal agreements between two or more colleges and universities that document transfer policies for a program or degree.