The Honors College Guaranteed Admission (GA) Program allows some honors students to gain admission to certain of the university’s professional health sciences or graduate programs. (See the online Graduate or Professional Programs bulletins for specific program information.) Honors students in the GA Program generally may enter the program of their choice without required test scores (except for statistical purposes) and without payment of the application fee, provided they fulfill the requirements for graduating with University Honors and satisfy all of the requirements of the GA Program.
To be accepted into a Guaranteed Admission Program, a student must be accepted by the university, by The Honors College and by the admissions committee of the program the student wishes to enter. A separate application for guaranteed admission is required. The admissions committee may require an interview. The application (postmark) deadline for the GA Program (all health sciences) is Nov. 15 of the year prior to the year the student is planning to enroll at VCU.
For additional information about The Honors College GA Program, see The Honors College Web site at www.honors.vcu.edu, or write or call Dr. Anne L. Chandler, Interim Dean, The Honors College, Virginia Commonwealth University, P.O. Box 843010, Richmond, VA 23284-3010, (804) 828-1803, email@example.com.
Last update: 9/25/2013
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