With an education from VCU, you’ll be job-ready, with real-world experience before you even graduate. We're proud to say that 83% of employed graduates surveyed found jobs related to their major within six months of leaving VCU. Find out more about our alums' success.

  • 70%

    Of graduates are employed or enrolled in grad school within six months

  • $19,290

    Average financial aid awarded to full-time undergraduates seeking assistance in 2021-22

  • Up to $5,000

    Via VCU's Internship Funding Program to support eligible undergads participating in unpaid/underpaid internships

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  • Review tuition & fees

    Check our tuition and fees for in-state and out-of-state students, and estimate costs with our undergraduate and post-undergraduate calculators.

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  • Explore financial aid

    VCU has a whole team of people in the Office of Financial Aid who help students figure out how to afford higher education.

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  • Financial counselors are here to help

    Every VCU student can meet with a financial aid counselor to get set up for success. You can even talk to one before you decide to go here.

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Scholarships help make college affordable. VCU has scholarships for first-year, out-of-state and transfer students, as well as departmental scholarships by college, school or program. You can also connect with the Office of Financial Aid on external scholarships and to learn about graduate funding opportunities.

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Being a first-gen student, I had to figure everything out by myself. If it wasn't for the [Student] Financial Management Center, I don't know how I would have been able to apply.
Margaret Boateng, health services student