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Colleges and Universities - USA Universities - Virginia Tech

Contact Info:
State: Virginia
City: Blacksburg
Street: 201 Burruss Hall
ZIP: 24061
Phone: (540) 231-6267
 Serves: Worldwide
 Enrollment: 4 times a year
 Financial Aid: Yes
 Scholarships: Yes
Virginia Tech is located in Blacksburg, Virginia. It consists of nine colleges and graduate school. It offers 65 bachelor's degree programs and 145 masters and doctoral degree programs. VT enrolls 30,000+ full-time students. Student-faculty ratio is 16:1. Main university campus includes more than 125 buildings, 2,600 acres, and an airport as well as computing and communications complex for worldwide information access and adjacent corporate research center.

VT is ranked 46th in university research in the United States. Virginia Tech is accredited to award doctorate, masters, baccalaureate, and associate degrees.

The non-refundable application fee is $50 for freshmen and transfer students, and $70 for international students. Each applicant is evaluated within the context of the high school(s) attended. Admissions review of grades is based upon the letter and/or numeric grades presented for each class, not the GPA. No matter where applicants go to school, those who have a A/B+ average will be most competitive for admission. For transfer students, a minimum of 2.0 is required, but students with a GPA of 3.0 or better are more likely to be offered admission. In majors where applications exceed available space, such as architecture, communication studies, computer science, and engineering, the competitive GPA may be even higher. VT does not require a foreign language for admission; however, the university requires at least two years of a foreign language (some programs require more) to graduate.

Financial Aid
Over 60 percent of Virginia Tech students receive some type of financial aid. The university encourages every undergraduate who needs financial assistance for attending college to apply for financial aid. Students should not wait for their offer of admission to Virginia Tech to apply for financial aid.



Programs offered by this school:
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Policy
Graduate Certificate in Foundations of Political Analysis
Graduate Certificate in Information Policy and Society
Graduate Certificate in Liberal Arts
Graduate Certificate in Natural Resource Management
Graduate Certificate in Security Studies
Master of Arts in Political Science
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Master of Science in Career & Technical Teacher Education
Master of Science in Civil Engineering
Master of Science in Computer Engineering
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
Master of Science in Environmental Engineering
Master of Science in Systems Engineering
Masters Degree in Engineering Management
Masters Degree in Natural Resource Management