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To accept the offer, submit your $400 enrollment deposit through your Applicant Portal by the date on your offer letter. The last day to accept Early Decision is January 15, 2022. May 1, 2022, is the deadline for Early Action and Regular Decision acceptances.
To pay online
You can pay by eCheck from your checking account by the date listed in your offer letter. To pay with an eCheck:
Visit the page about the application’s status.
Log in with the email address and password you used to set up your guest account. Click “Application Information.”
click on the link under “Admission Term” (for example, “Fall Semester 2022”).
Follow the instructions on the screen to pay with an eCheck.
Online, you can find documentation for eCheck.
If you have questions about wire payments, you can call or email the University Bursar at 540-231-6277 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about all other payments, call (540) 231-6267 or email (email@example.com) the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
To pay by mail
By the date listed in your offer packet, payments must be postmarked. You must include a filled-out Response Form (PDF) and your student ID number on your check (which is included in the offer letter). Checks should be made out to Virginia Tech’s treasurer. Send your payment to:
Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 925 Prices Fork Road, Blacksburg, VA 24061
OneCampus makes it much easier to find the things you need to be a part of the community. Forms, portal entries, and more can be found on this site.
Make your VT username
Once your enrollment deposit has been processed, you will get an email telling you how to create your VT username within 48 to 72 hours.
Don’t forget your major and your student ID.
You will need these things when creating your Virginia Tech username and throughout the process of becoming a student at Virginia Tech.
Immunizations: Visit the Schiffert Health Center website and scroll down to “New Students.”
Check to see what kind of computer you require.
Complete online programs like alcohol, diversity, and Haven are required.
Check out the International Cranwell Center
Check out the Cranwell International Center to learn more about how international students can get help. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
from January to May
Check your Virginia Tech email for important information about how to register for classes and orientation.
Check out Virginia Tech’s Summer Academy.
Register for orientation for yourself and your family. Mid-March is when registration starts.
Think about applying to live in the Mozaiko global living-learning programme.
Don’t forget to get your final transcript from high school. Bring those to school before August classes start. Go to OneCampus and search for “transcripts” to find out about AP, IB, and CLEP tests.
Get your family to sign up for the Hokie Family eNews.
Attend the summer academy (if applicable).
Watch for a notice about the tuition bill.
Pay for your fall classes.
Move into your new temporary residence! Get help from the blue-shirted Hokie Helpers.
Go to the orientation for international students and sign up for classes. Bring family members who have already signed up for the Family Program.
Classes begin! On the registrar’s website, you can see upcoming dates and deadlines.
Join in the activities for Hokie Hi! and Welcome Week.
Send the Office of Undergraduate Admissions your final official high school transcripts and, if you took dual enrollment classes in college, your final college transcript showing those credits before your summer orientation session. If we don’t get your final high school transcript(s) by August 1, we won’t be able to confirm that you met the admissions requirements. This means that your offer will be revoked and you won’t be able to attend. Even if you went to summer orientation and signed up for fall classes, you still have to meet this requirement.
If you are an international student living abroad and your transcripts cannot be sent in time to arrive by the deadline, you can bring your sealed official transcripts with you when you come back to campus in August without getting in trouble. As soon as you check-in, please bring your transcripts to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, which is in the Visitor & Undergraduate Admissions Center.
In order to get credit through the Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) programs, you must have your AP or IB exam scores sent electronically by the right testing service.