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Thank you for submitting your application to Virginia Intermont College. In order to complete the application process and be considered for acceptance the Office of Admissions must receive the following materials:

 

Traditional Students must submit:

1. Official transcripts of all high school work;

2. Official score for SAT (critical reading/math) or ACT (English/reading/science/math); if composite scores fall below the current national average (1000 for SAT / 21 for ACT), applicants are encouraged (although not required) to submit a 250-word personal statement that addresses how his or her academic skills are satisfactory for college success;

3. Additional materials – such as a letter of recommendation, personal essay, interview, portfolio review, or audition – may be required to process applications.

 

International Students must submit:

1. Official transcripts of all secondary and post-secondary work.  All transcripts must be translated and certified prior to submission to Virginia Intermont College;

2. Official SAT or ACT scores along with official TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) score of at least 500 on the paper version, 173 on the computer version, or 63 on the Internet version; or a band score of 6.5 on IELTS (International English Language Testing System);

3. A certified bank statement showing available funds of at least $30,697.00 plus living expenses.

4. Additional materials – such as a letter of recommendation, personal essay, interview, portfolio review, or audition – may be required to process applications.

 

Transfer Students must submit:

1. An official high school transcript, unless the student has successfully completed one year (24 semester hours) of college;

2. An official transcript from each college or university attended. NOTE: All official transcripts from other colleges must be received during the student’s first semester at Virginia Intermont; transcripts and credits will not be accepted after Virginia Intermont’s first semester grades are posted. A student will not be permitted to pre-register for the second semester until all final transcripts have been received. Final, official transcripts must be received during the first semester that a student is enrolled at Virginia Intermont;

3. Official scores for the SAT (critical reading/math) or ACT (English/reading/math/science) for transfer students are required if the students have graduated from high school or received their G.E.D. within two years of the semester for which they are applying for admission. NOTE: Scores are not required from transfer students who have 24 or more transfer college credits;

4. Additional materials – such as a letter of recommendation, personal essay, interview, portfolio review, or audition – may be required to process applications.

 

Home-Schooled Students must submit:

1. Transcripts of all high school work; transcripts may be written, narrative descriptions of course work, or appear as a traditional list of completed courses, along with grades earned. In all cases, transcripts must provide a grade point average based upon a 4.0 scale.

2. Official scores for SAT (critical reading/math) or ACT (English/reading/science/math); if composite scores fall below the current national average (1000 for SAT / 21 for ACT), applicants are encouraged (although not required) to submit a 250-word personal statement that addresses how your academic skills are satisfactory for college success.

3. Additional materials – such as a letter of recommendation, personal essay, interview, portfolio review, or audition – may be required to process applications.

 

Dual Enrolled Students must submit:

1. Written recommendation of high school principal and guidance counselor. Home-school students must submit a written recommendation from a parent, tutor, or former home school teacher (someone other than the parent);

2. Written permission of parent or legal guardian;

3. Additional materials– such as a letter of recommendation, personal essay, interview, portfolio review, or audition­– may be required to process applications.

 

Adult Learners (Evening/Weekend College) must submit:

1. Official high school diploma with at least a 2.0 GPA (or a G.E.D. average of 450 overall or higher (or 2250 total standard score points);

2. Documentation of at least two years of work experience;

If you have submitted all the required items please call the Office of Admissions (800) 451-1842 or your admissions representative to confirm receipt. If you have any questions please contact your admissions representative for assistance. You can find your admissions representative and their contact information here.