All applicants to The University of Virginia's College at Wise must be graduates of approved secondary schools or hold certificates of high school equivalency (GED). Applicants must submit a completed application, $25 nonrefundable application fee, official high school transcript, scores for the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT I) or American College Test (ACT), and an official transcript from all colleges attended, even for one course. While official dual enrollment transcripts are not required for admission, they will be required prior to registration for classes.
Once a student's application file is complete, the information will be reviewed and the student will be notified of the admissions decision.
Guidelines for Admission to UVa-Wise
Preference is given to students who have successfully completed the following criteria:
4 years of English
3 years of mathematics, including Algebra I and II and a third course to be chosen from geometry, advanced algebra and trigonometry, calculus, or related course
2 or more years of science beyond general science
2 or more years of a foreign language
Rank in the top half of the graduating class
SAT I score of 900 or better or ACT of 18 or better (waived if applicant is 25 years of age or over)
Advanced Studies Diploma or equivalent