SAVE THE DATE of Wednesday, May 1
Do you want to find out more about what it could be like to be a Hokie? Please join us on campus for Transfers in the Know. This program is an exclusive event (though optional) for transfer students who have been offered admission to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. At this year’s event, you’ll get your questions answered about topics such as Hokie Camp, off-campus housing, Student Success, VT Engage, and Career and Professional Development. You’ll enjoy lunch in one of our award-winning dining halls with college personnel and a Q&A session with a panel of current transfer students. Watch your email for an official invitation and registration information to come later. We look forward to having you join us for this special program.
Are you thinking about transferring to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) at Virginia Tech? The Office of Academic Programs can answer any questions you may have as you prepare to transfer into the college.
Top 10 things to know about transferring to Virginia Tech
- Plan ahead: Come visit us at the Office of Academic Programs.
- Know what credits actually transfer: Consult the University Registrar's Transfer Guide to see what courses are suggested and required for transferring to Virginia Tech.
- Keep in contact: Meet with your community college advisor/current college advisor often to ensure you're taking all the right courses.
- Be prepared: Check out CALS majors, minors, and academic programs.
- Keep track of important deadlines: Office of Undergraduate Admissions Dates and Deadlines for Transfers.
- Acclimate: Attend the Transfer Orientation in June.
- Stay focused: Set academic goals and prepare.
- Get involved: Learn more about CALS's Clubs and Organizations.
- Get advice from a CALS transfer advisor: Jennifer Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org or Cindy Beatty at email@example.com.
- Get excited about being a Hokie!
Transferring from VCCS or Richard Bland?
Students will be guaranteed admission into CALS after completion of the associate's degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0, a signed letter of intent, and the completion of specified curriculum to meet basic requirements in consultation with designated college advisors within the Virginia Community College System (VCCS). You can access the paperwork online at the Undergraduate Admissions website at https://vt.edu/admissions/transfer/vccs.html or click links below.
Important: Financial Aid Deadlines
CALS Scholarship application deadline is March 15
FAFSA priority filing deadline is March 1
Director of Student Recruitment
1060 Litton Reaves Hall (0334)
175 West Campus Drive, Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061