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Applying for Admission to Virginia Tech


For students entering in 2023, Virginia Tech will exclusively use the Common App for first-year and transfer applications. While we remain a Coalition member, we have paused the Coalition application for one cycle to provide ample time to adjust to the new application platform that Coalition will be using.

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First-Year Students

To stay on track during the application process, view this list of requirements or this checklist for application completion.

Transfer Students

You are a Transfer applicant if you have attempted 12 or more credit hours after high school graduation, you must apply using the Common App.

Military-Connected Students

Active Duty Service Members should consult with their Educational Services Officer (ESO) or a counselor within their service branch prior to enrollment.

Prospective transfer student information can be found here.

Prospective first-year and transfer international student information can be found here.

Prospective veteran student information can be found here.

Self-Reported Academic Record

Why a Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR)?

Great question. Virginia Tech aims to put the applicant in the driver’s seat during the application process. The SRAR allows you to complete your application for admission on your terms and at your own pace.

To learn more about the SRAR and who should complete it, please visit this dedicated webpage.

If you have already applied and are looking to access your SRAR, please log into your Applicant Portal after creating your login credentials to directly access your SRAR.