Does Virginia Tech send electronic transcripts?
Our office does not send transcripts via fax, scanned attachment, email, or by mailing services such as FedEx, UPS, DHL, etc.
Does Virginia Tech require transcripts?
Applicants pay upon submission of the online application. Submit your grades and test scores through your Self-Reported Academic Record. NOTE: If you have attended high school outside the US, for any amount of time, you are required to submit transcripts.
Can you change colleges after you commit?
To directly answer your question, as long as you didn’t apply to college A under ED, you could de-commit and commit to College B (as long as it’s not passed the final date to commit to College B). You would likely lose the deposit you gave to College A to hold your spot.
How do I check my Virginia Tech admissions decision?
Your decision should be displayed on your status page within your Virginia Tech Applicant Portal. Here’s a quick explanation of each one: Offered admission: This means that you have been offered admission to Virginia Tech. If this is your decision, you must accept or decline your offer.
Can I apply for multiple colleges?
The truth is, you can apply to too many colleges. Even the Common Application recognizes this, and only lets students apply to a maximum of 20 colleges. These colleges should be a mix of target, reach, and likely schools, any of which you’d be happy to attend.
Where do I send my transcripts to Virginia Tech?
Please have the IB transcript sent directly from the International Baccalaureate Headquarters in New York to the University Registrar, Virginia Tech, 248 Burruss Hall, Blacksburg, VA 24061 (CEEB code 5859).
How do I contact Virginia Tech?
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Can I get into Virginia Tech with a 3.5 GPA?
Yes! There is a minimum 2.5 GPA required to apply, but the admissions office notes that candidates with 3.0 GPAs or higher will be more competitive.
Can you change your mind after accepting college?
You would most likely lose your deposit for your first school if one was put down. Yes, you can decline a college’s offer after May 1 if you are accepted somewhere else. You can change your mind and not go to any school you accept.