Students seeking admission to UVA Engineering apply through the University's undergraduate program. University Admissions takes great care to ensure that the application review is comprehensive, thoughtful, and personal.


UVA Engineering undergraduates apply and are admitted through the University's undergraduate admissions process. UVA does not have a minimum GPA or a minimum SAT score. The University works hard to take into account all of the information received in each application, so the applicant pool is broad and deep.

Most students admitted to UVA have excelled in school and scored well on the SAT or ACT. For UVA Engineering's 2016-2017 first-year class, 97 percent were in the top 10 percent of their high school classes, and the median combined SAT score was 1426.

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The University of Virginia accepts applications from aspiring undergraduate students through a Common Application. Students are required to submit their portion of the application online. Counselors and teachers may choose to submit their documents online or by mail.

Transferring to UVA Engineering

UVA Engineering accepts both intra-University transfers (students who are studying in other schools at UVA) and external candidates.

Click here for more information if you are an undergraduate student interested in transferring into the School of Engineering from another school at UVA.

Click here to visit the Office of Undergraduate Admissions' transfer process for external candidates.

Cost and Aid

UVA is committed to educating the nation’s best and brightest students—regardless of their ability to pay. The University is one of only two public universities meeting 100 percent of demonstrated financial need for all students. Our mission is to make a UVA education more accessible to all. For information about tuition and fees, visit UVA's Student Financial Services page.