I’m a prospective student. How will COVID-19 affect my admissions process?
Are admissions visits in-person?
We are scheduling in-person campus visits. The total number of visitors in each group will be limited to 10 or fewer. Appropriate social distancing, mandatory face coverings and other precautionary measures will be observed at all times. Register for a visit now.
We are not accepting walk-in visits. We still have virtual visit options for families.
I am not able to take the SATs or ACTs due to COVID-19 closures. How will not having test scores affect me?
Shenandoah is not requiring its fall 2021 applicants to submit SAT or ACT test scores in order to gain admission. This is due to the challenges presented by the coronavirus. If the university already has a student’s high school transcript, officials will move forward in reviewing the application holistically and will make a decision based upon what has been provided.
Students who have not yet sent in their transcript should request that it be sent electronically to the admissions office. If a student’s school counseling office is not able to do that right now, the university asks that students please contact their Shenandoah admissions counselor, whose information is available at https://www.su.edu/admissions.
How do I contact admissions with questions?
Call us at 540-665-4581, text us at 540-592-4518, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.