Becoming a student at Shenandoah
Shenandoah University is recognized for the quality of its academic programs. We blend the liberal arts with preprofessional studies to prepare your student for an exciting and satisfying career. We also provide a safe and nurturing environment, where your student can discover their strengths, develop their skills, expand their horizons and take responsibility for their choices.
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Students are selected by the Office of Admissions on the basis of their abilities, interests and academic preparation as indicated by their application, school records and test results. Since applicants are considered on their own merit, Shenandoah University invites them to supply all evidence to indicate their competence and eagerness to succeed in a demanding…Read More
Applicants to Shenandoah University can apply on-line or with a paper application. Whichever way you choose, the following documents must be submitted to: Shenandoah University Office of Admissions 1460 University Drive Winchester, VA 22601 1. Completed Shenandoah University application for admission. Online Application Printable Undergraduate Application The application must be accompanied by a non-refundable application…Read More
Admission to Shenandoah Conservatory is highly competitive. Not only must students be academically admissible, they must also complete and pass the mandatory audition/portfolio review and interview process. Audition dates are limited and may fill and close well in advance of the audition date. CLICK HERE for the Shenandoah University Audition Guidelines All audition confirmation…Read More
Living at Shenandoah
Residence Life provides a dynamic and diverse community to meet fellow students and develop life-long relationships, while providing easy access to the many resources that the University provides. This means less stress, which allows you to focus on academic goals. The residency requirement requires all students to live on campus for their first two years at Shenandoah.