Everything you need to do after you’re accepted is part of enrollment. Your admissions director will be available to help and answer any questions at every step.
International students must comply with additional enrollment steps.
This lets us know that you’re committed to attend Southern Virginia University and puts the rest of the enrollment process in motion. Deposits are non-refundable after May 1.
The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) will give us the info we need to provide your financial aid so get started right away. You’ll probably need your parents help and information from their last tax return.
This should be from your high school if you’re an incoming freshman or from your previous college if you’re a transfer student (that is, if you’ve attempted 24+ college credits). Homeschool students should talk to their admissions director about submitting a portfolio instead.
You can have your SAT or ACT scores sent directly to Southern Virginia with the following codes: 5625 for SAT; 4400 for ACT. Score reports that appear on an official high school transcript are acceptable. Test scores are not required for transfer students.
An ecclesiastical leader (such as an LDS bishop) should submit this form on your behalf after meeting with you. This will give you the opportunity to commit to live our Code of Honor.
After you pay your registration deposit, you will receive a Student ID, a mysvu password, and instructions to set up your @svu.edu email account. You will need this information to complete registration.
We will create a personalized course schedule for you based on information from this survey. After building your schedule, your admissions director will contact you to review each course and resolve any concerns.
We encourage all single students to live on campus so they can enjoy the benefits of our uplifting environment and be more connected to campus life. Learn about available housing communities and dining plans.
On top of the grants you’ll receive from us automatically based on your FAFSA and application, we provide many scholarship opportunities. We also have an account with Scholly, an online scholarship search engine, that you can use to find more aid.
If you have any remaining costs not covered by financial aid, we’ll help you set up an interest-free plan to pay it. Be sure not to put this off too long so that we still have time to help you find more aid if it’s needed.
Before you start classes there are a few more forms you have to submit to help us satisfy legal requirements. Contact your admissions director if you have any questions about which forms you need to submit.
There are a few nearby airports that students use to travel to campus. Your admissions director can schedule a shuttle from the airport on your request.
Some of your professors will ask you to buy books for their classes which you can have waiting for you at our campus bookstore. If you decide to buy your books elsewhere, be sure to check the ISBN so you buy the right edition.