Congratulations!

Welcome to the Radford family! As a recently admitted student, we want to ensure that you have all of the information you need for this important transition. As a first step, attend one of our Highlander Days and learn more about life on campus and meet other Radford students. Then, head over to our checklist to make sure you are on track to start in the spring or fall. Finally, register for housing and don't forget to attend one of our Quest sessions, our new student orientation program.

    

Welcome to the Radford Family

We are a Community

As you begin your college journey, Radford University faculty and staff will support you every step along the way.

With a low student to faculty ratio of 16:1, professors are able to get to know you and provide mentorship opportunities.

Through faculty support, there are many opportunities to participate in undergraduate research opportunities that will better prepare you for your future career or further education.

With over 250 student clubs and organizations, there is a place for you.

Attend a university where you are more than just a number.

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Highlander Days

Visit Campus

Highlander Days prepares you for your Radford University college experience. Join other admitted students, Radford faculty and admissions staff as we celebrate your acceptance to Radford University. Highlander Days are a great opportunity for admitted students to tour our beautiful campus, learn more about academic programs, explore campus involvement options, get help with enrollment steps, see residence halls and enjoy a student social! Register now:

Can't Make it to Highlander Days?

If you can't make it to one of our Highlander Days, register for a tour instead! Radford University’s Office of Admissions generally offers tours twice a day, five days a week. We also offer tours on Saturday during the academic year.

    

    

Admitted Students Checklist

STEP 4

Submit your Final Transcripts - Confirm with your guidance counselor that Radford University will receive a copy of your final high school transcripts.