Admitted Students

Welcome to the Radford University Carilion Family!

You've been admitted to Radford University Carilion (RUC) and we can't wait to welcome you to campus!

As you begin your college journey, RUC faculty and staff will support you every step along the way. With an average class size of just 21 students, 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.

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

Next Steps

Deposit

Make your Deposit

We are glad you chose Radford University Carilion! Paying your $200 deposit confirms your enrollment.

  1. Log in to the MyRU Portal
  2. Select the Finances icon
  3. Go to Office of the Bursar
  4. Select the Pay by eCheck or Credit Card
  5. Select the View & Pay Accounts link
  6. Choose Undergraduate Tuition Deposit

Many programs have firm capacity constraints imposed by accreditation agencies, because of this admitted applicants are encouraged to submit deposits as early as possible to secure a place.

Financial Aid

Submit the FAFSA

Complete the Free Application for Federal Students Aid (FAFSA)
https://www.fafsa.ed.gov

  • Fall 2020 students should complete the 2020-2021 application, using your 2018 tax returns
  • Radford University Carilion school code: 003732

Housing

Submit Housing Application

Residence life at RUC is your chance to live and learn in a community of peers. Our residence hall, the historic Patrick Henry, is located in Roanoke's growing Downtown, giving students quick, easy access to RUC and the beating heart of Roanoke life. Living close to campus means you're only a few short blocks away from your classes, faculty, and all of the university’s other resources.

  1. Log in to the MyRU Portal
  2. Select the Housing icon
  3. Follow the application link to complete the New Freshman or Transfer application

Accommodations for Students with Disabilities

Students requesting special accommodation due to a disability that may affect living in the residence hall should contact Radford University’s Center for Accessibility Services at 540-831-6350 or cas@radford.edu.

Questions?  Please contact:
Marry Capper Reddick
Resident Director
mgcapper@radford.edu
540-224-4686

Final Transcripts

Submit Final High School or Transfer College Transcripts

Make sure the Office of Admissions receives your high school transcript (with graduation date) or your official final transfer college transcript(s) including any work in progress.

Health Forms

Complete and submit your Health Record Packet

Print and return Health Record Packet [PDF] by September 1, 2020 (fall).

Failure to complete all required forms and immunizations can prohibit you from registering for classes.

Orientation

New Student Orientation will be held Friday, August 21 at 1 p.m. at the Berglund Center. You can register online now.

 

Admitted Students Checklist

New students for the spring 2020 semester are required to attend New Student Orientation

STEP 1
Make your deposit.

STEP 2
Register for orientation. Coming soon!

STEP 3
Submit your housing application [PDF].

STEP 4
Review and accept your financial aid.

STEP 5
Submit your final transcripts—confirm with your guidance counselor that RUC will receive a copy of your final high school transcripts.

STEP 6
Complete and submit your Health Record Record Form [PDF].

STEP 7
Pay your fall tuition and fees.

STEP 8
Prepare your technology [PDF].

STEP 9
Purchase your books.

STEP 10
Move in! Student can begin moving into the Patrick Henry on Friday, August 21, 2020.

STEP 11
Join the Highlander Family for the fall 2020 semester! Classes begin on Monday, August 24, 2020.