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As a recently admitted student, we want to ensure that you have all of the information you need for this important transition. Below, you'll find a checklist of enrollment steps (you can also review the "I'm in!" brochure included with your admissions letter), upcoming events for admitted students, a virtual campus tour and ways to connect with the campus community. 

Once you've made the decision to attend Radford (and we hope you will!), you'll need to confirm your enrollment by completing an enrollment deposit. Incoming Fall freshman should plan to confirm their enrollment by May 1; incoming fall transfer students, as well as all spring students, should plan to confirm their enrollment within 3-4 weeks of receiving a decision.  

Confirm your enrollment in OneCampus by paying your $100 enrollment deposit. This is a deposit, it is ultimately applied to your University bill. You can find full instructions on how to pay your deposit here (note that you will need to activate your account and enroll in DUO prior to confirming your enrollment).




The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, is how we determine need-based financial assistance, including grants, loans, and work study eligibility. Complete your FAFSA at studentaid.gov and be sure the list Radford University using code 003732.


Register for Quest  in OneCampus. At Quest, our student orientation program, we'll help you prepare for your college experience and you'll walk away with your class schedule in hand! More information about Quest and how to register can be found here


Starting November 1, submit your housing application in OneCampus! Check out features and layouts for each of our residence halls here and full instructions for the housing application here. Note that incoming freshmen students are required to live in on-campus housing (unless approved for exemption).


Review and accept your financial aid package in OneCampus. Your award package details any grants, loans or work study programs for which you're eligible based on information submitted on the FAFSA (full instructions can be found here).


Complete and submit your Health Record Form. You can submit it in our online system or print a PDF and submit to the Office of Admissions in person or by email at healthrecords@radford.edu. Learn more about required immunizations and how to submit your Health Record form here.


Confirm with your school counselor that Radford University will receive a copy of your final high school transcripts (freshmen) and/or college transcript (currently enrolled transfer students and dual enrolled students). Once reviewed, you can check your transfer credit in OneCampus, including credit for dual enrollment coursework (full instructions here).


Complete Ready. Set. Radford! online before you attend Quest (full instructions can be found here). Ready. Set. Radford! will help prepare you to meet with your advisor and register for classes at Quest. Note: Ready, Set, Radford will open for fall incoming students in May. 


Make plans to pay your tuition and fees (learn more about payment deadlines here, how to set up an authorized payer here, and payment plans here). Bills will be sent to fall students in early July; but you can enroll in a payment plan as early as May.




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Keep in Touch

Connect anytime with your Admissions Counselor with questions about Radford University or the enrollment process!

Counselors are assigned by student type (freshman or transfer) and geographic area. All counselors are available by email, phone, and text and many are also on Facebook.

Find your counselor using this map to locate your counselor now, browse all freshman counselors, or browse all transfer counselors