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Admissions, Tuition and Financial Aid

 

Admission

Undergraduate admission is administered by the UVA Office of Undergraduate Admission. The University is a common application school.  The deadline for Early Action applications is November 1. Regular Decision applications are due on January 1.  Please see admission.virginia.edu for further information. 

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences facilitates the review of applications for our graduate degree programs.  See the Graduate website for further information. The online application is available as of September 1 each year. Admissions decisions are typically communicated from February through April. 


Cost of Attendance, including Tuition, Fees, Dining and Housing

Visit the University Registrar, Undergraduate Record 2017-2018 website to learn more about dining, housing, tuition and fees.  For Graduate School dining, housing, tuition and fee information, see the Graduate Record 2017-2018 website

Visit the UVA Student Financial Services website to learn more about billing and payment, and the UVA Net Price Calculator, which allows you to determine your eligibilty for financial aid and accurately estimate your college expenses at the University of Virginia. 


Financial Aid - AccessUVa

The University of Virginia understands the financial challenges facing college students today. The rising cost of college, combined with an increasingly broad range of available financing options, requires that today's prospective college student fully understand how to apply for financial aid and the financial aid awards the student may be eligible to receive.

Student Financial Services provides need-based financial assistance to students, many of whom might otherwise be unable to attend the University. Our comprehensive financial aid program is designed to keep higher education affordable for all students who qualify for admission, regardless of economic circumstance. Please see the links below for further information.

 

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