Apply to a Degree Program

Applying to a degree program—graduate or undergraduate—at the School of Professional and Continuing Studies is straightforward.

  • Pick your term below and submit the appropriate online application with your fee ($35 undergraduate, $50 graduate). Weekend College admits students for Fall terms only.
  • Have original transcripts for ALL college-level work sent to the School. You may use the Transcript Request Form for non-UR transcripts.
  • Make arrangements to submit required supporting materials. Requirements vary by program and are detailed in the online application.

Current Educators and School Leaders

Teachers and administrators seeking professional development courses should visit Professional Development for Educators to review courses and register using our paper application.

Non-Degree Seeking Admissions

Interested in taking a class or two without applying to a degree program? Complete the non-degree seeking application. You’ll be able to register online as soon as your receive your University ID.

International Applicants

If applying from overseas, review international application guidelines and timeframe before applying.

Self-Service Application Portal

Current applicants who need to upload materials or check the status of requirements can use our self-service application portal.

Online Applications

Fall 2014
Online Application Forms

Our online application for Fall 2014 has closed. Please contact Tom Parfitt, Admissions Coordinator, to request a paper application.

Application Deadlines

TLP applicants should review deadlines below.

Priority application deadlines ensure acceptance in the selected term ONLY if all application requirements (including official transcripts and recommendations) are received by the admissions coordinator. We will process applications after the priority deadline for the selected term. However, applying after the priority deadline may result in delayed admission and may affect your eligibility for financial aid.

  • The priority deadline of July 1, 2014, has passed. However, we continue to accept applications through the first day of fall classes.
  • Deadline: First day of classes (August 25)
TLP Application Deadlines

We have rolling admissions for TLP students, which means we process applications in the order in which they are received and consider students for admission when all required documents have been received and the application file is complete.

We recommend completing our online TLP application 4-6 weeks prior to the start of the term to allow for all required materials (including transcripts, PRAXIS scores and/or ACT/SAT scores) to be received and processed. Financial aid awards and/or eligibility and an admissions decision may be impacted and even delayed the longer you wait to apply. However, applications are accepted and considered as long as space is available regardless of the date submitted.

The fall term starts August 25, 2014.

Online Application Procedure
  • Application links will open the self-service application portal in a new window.
  • You will have an opportunity to establish application login credentials. Please use a valid e-mail address to which you have immediate access.
  • You will receive a confirmation e-mail message that will prompt you to set a password.

You will not be able to access the online application until you set your password.

Spring 2015
Online Application Forms
  • Graduate: Master’s degrees and graduate certificates (except TLP)
  • Bachelor’s: Undergraduate bachelor’s degrees in arts (BALA) or science (BSPS)
  • Certificate (Undergraduate coursework): Requires a bachelor’s degree
  • Teacher Licensure Preparation (TLP): Course work toward Virginia teacher licensure
Application Deadlines

Priority application deadlines ensure acceptance in the selected term ONLY if all application requirements (including official transcripts and recommendations) are received by the admissions coordinator. We will process applications after the priority deadline for the selected term. However, applying after the priority deadline may result in delayed admission and may affect your eligibility for financial aid.

  • Priority deadline: November 15, 2014
  • Deadline: First day of classes (January 12, 2015)
TLP Application Deadlines

We have rolling admissions for TLP students, which means we process applications in the order in which they are received and consider students for admission when all required documents have been received and the application file is complete.

We recommend completing our online TLP application 4-6 weeks prior to the start of the term to allow for all required materials (including transcripts, PRAXIS scores and/or ACT/SAT scores) to be received and processed. Financial aid awards and/or eligibility and an admissions decision may be impacted and even delayed the longer you wait to apply. However, applications are accepted and considered as long as space is available regardless of the date submitted.

The spring term starts January 12, 2015.

Online Application Procedure
  • Application links will open the self-service application portal in a new window.
  • You will have an opportunity to establish application login credentials. Please use a valid e-mail address to which you have immediate access.
  • You will receive a confirmation e-mail message that will prompt you to set a password.

You will not be able to access the online application until you set your password.


Admissions Information
FAQ Answers
  • Visit each program page for Admissions requirements.
  • You’ll receive a confirmation e-mail prompting you to set a password.
  • Visit the online application portal to check requirements or reset password.
  • Select English Placement Test session in confirmation email, or contact advisor (undergrads only).
Master's Degrees
Professional & Continuing Studies

Special Programs Building
28 Westhampton Way
University of Richmond, VA 23173

Phone: (804) 289-8133
Fax: (804) 289-8138
spcs@richmond.edu

Front Desk Hours
Monday–Thursday: 8:30 am–7:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 am–5:00 p.m.
The office is closed for all University holidays unless otherwise noted.

Contact a faculty or staff member.