School Counselors

The relationship between the high school staff and the college admissions office is important to Radford University, and it is our hope that, together, we can help each of your students find the best “fit” for his or her higher education. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions welcomes you to reference the forms and information on this page to help your students through the application process.

 

Abingdon Area School Counselor Breakfast

Join us on March 19, 2018 for our Counselor Breakfast especially for school counselors in southwest Virginia. We want you to engage with the admissions team and learn more about the process for prospective students to join the Highlander family. Campus is full of success and the opportunities are continually growing. Join us at Southest Virginia Higher Education Center in Abingdon, VA to learn more about all that Radford University can offer your students. 

Register now for Radford University's Counselor Breakfast in Abingdon, VA.

 

Find Your Admissions Counselor

We are proud of the relationships the Office of Admissions builds with our secondary school partners. We encourage you to reach out directly to your admissions counselor for student application status checks, high school visit requests or just to say hello! 

Use our interactive map to find the admissions counselor assigned to your state or region of Virginia. 

 

Application Deadlines and School Codes

We hope to work with you and your students during this exciting time! You can learn more about the average freshman class at Radford University by reviewing statistics in our freshman profile. Below, we've highlighted important dates and codes needed for the admissions application process.

December 1 (Early Action/Non-binding): Priority deadline for merit-based scholarship consideration. Notification by January 15
February 1 (Regular Decision): Notification by April 1

Important Radford School Codes:

SAT: 5565 (SAT)

ACT: 4422 (ACT)

FAFSA: 003732 (FAFSA)

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to some of the most commonly heard questions about the admissions process and about Radford University.