Welcome to the student advising page for prospective students of the College of Science. We appreciate your interest in the College and will certainly make every effort to make sure your experience here at Tech is a great one. Below is a wealth of information that may be of interest to you as a prospective student, including orientation information, transfer credit, and departmental information. If there is something in particular that you are looking for and can't find it, feel free to contact our department directly via the information provided on the right-hand side of the page.
We offer information sessions on most Fridays and Mondays through out the semester. These sessions are designed to give parents and students a brief overview of the college and the departments.
Session Dates: Most Fridays and Mondays
Location: North End Center, Suite 4300
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
To register please click on the link below:
If you have already registered for an admissions information session during High School Spring Break, March 30-April 10, and would like to attend our college session while you are on campus, please click here to register. Please note that registration is limited during this two week period to students who have already registered for an admissions information session. If you are a junior in high school and are unable to register for an admissions information session during High School Spring Break we hope that you will attend Hokie Preview: An Open House for Juniors on March 28, 2015. Please click here to register for Hokie Preview. Seniors who are unable to register for an admissions information session during High School Spring Break should plan to attend Hokie Focus, an Open House for admitted students, on either April 11 or April 12. Please click here to register for Hokie Focus.
Credit is awarded based on earning a certificate or a diploma.
We hope that you were able to make it to the College of Science parents’ orientation session “VT 101.” This web page is meant as a follow up to some of the things that we talked about, including calendar information, web pages, etc. The information on these pages is provided as a tool to answer your general questions and to guide you in discussions with your student. It is not intended to include all academic policies and procedures.
Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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Follow the link above for a list of the advisors for academic programs in the College of Science, as well as their respective contact information. If you are a prospective student, please visit the Prospective Student page for information concerning student advising.