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Radford University On-Site Admission Day

Attention transfer students! Don't miss this great admissions opportunity!

Radford University

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Radford University admissions counselors will be at the NRCC mall site and NRCC in Dublin to meet with students and make on-site admission decisions. Find out on the spot if you are accepted. You may be seen by appointment only, so make yours now!


Monday, February 6 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. - NRCC in Dublin -- Advising Center, Rooker Hall
Tuesday, February 7 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. - NRV Mall Site (Room 148)

Students should contact Glenda Salerno at or 674-3609 to make appointments or stop by the Counseling Center.

Must Do Beforehand:

  1. Apply online 7 days in advance at: At this site click on the link for “Transfer Applicant” application, unless you are an international student. International students should click on “International Applicant”.
  2. Bring official transcripts (must be in a sealed envelope from the Registrar) from ALL colleges & universities previously attended (unofficial transcripts will not be reviewed)

    If student has less than 24 transferable hours or has not successfully completed Math 151 or a Math module which is equivalent to Algebra II, bring official high school transcripts (must be in a sealed envelope from high school) so we can look to see if Algebra II was completed in high school.

    If a student has fewer than 12 transferable hours of credit, he/she should bring copies of ACT and/or SAT test scores (if already taken)

  3. International Students Only:  Follow steps 1-2  and:
    1. Bring documentation: visa, green card and/or other necessary documents
    2. Provide evidence of English proficiency; e.g. TOEFL, IELTS, SAT test scores or English 101/102 grades (not required if student is from an English speaking country)
    3. Bring an official bank statement (dated no more than 12 months prior) with a minimum of $36,323 available for the first next year of studies.
    4. Have sponsor(s) complete our Confidential Statement of Financial Support form found at: (It is preferred that a bank official signs and stamps this document.)
    5. An international student may provide evidence of a government scholarship in lieu of items # 3 and #4

Remember to dress appropriately!

Click here to access a PDF file containing helpful information about required application materials and the application review process.

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