Undergraduate Admission for Summer School
(Procedures for graduate students below)
Students enrolled at University of Lynchburg during the spring semester of the current year and who are eligible for continuation need only submit registration forms and fees.
Former full-time and part-time undergraduate students not officially readmitted to the University must contact the Office of Admissions and be readmitted before attempting to register for class. Thirty days prior to the beginning of classes, students must submit an application for readmission and submit transcripts of any coursework completed since the last enrollment at University of Lynchburg. The readmission decision should be made two weeks prior to registration.
New Degree-Seeking Students
Entering freshman, transfer, and adult (age 25 and older) students not officially admitted to University of Lynchburg, but who hope to work toward a degree here, should request an application for admission from the Office of Admissions, or apply online through the University website, and be admitted before submitting registration forms. Students must submit official transcripts along with the application. Applications should be submitted thirty (30) days prior to the beginning of classes.
New Non-Degree Students
Undergraduate students, regardless of age, who wish to enroll in a course on an audit basis or for other than a degree program, should apply to the Office of Admissions as special non-degree students and be admitted at least two weeks before submitting registration forms. Official transcripts must accompany the application for admission. Applications should be submitted thirty (30) days prior to the beginning of classes.
Visiting Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students enrolled in other colleges who wish to attend University of Lynchburg only in the summer should submit a Visiting Undergraduate Student Application and Authorization Form to the Office of Admissions. This form should be countersigned by the dean or registrar of the student’s college. In place of the signed form, a letter from the student’s dean or registrar verifying the student’s eligibility is sufficient. Applications should be submitted thirty (30) days prior to the start of classes and are available here.
Visiting High School Graduates
College-bound high school seniors should send a non-degree application and official high school transcripts to the Office of Admissions to be admitted. This process should be completed at least two weeks before submitting registration forms to the Registrar’s Office.
The regulations and procedures of the graduate program apply to graduate degree candidates, graduate certificate students, students who enroll in graduate courses for personal enrichment, and students pursuing teacher licensure.
- Current/former graduate students register by completing registration forms and submitting tuition.
- New students seeking enrollment in a graduate degree or licensure program must apply first through the Office of Admissions at least 30 days prior to the beginning of the term in which they wish to enroll.
- Graduate students at other institutions must first apply as a non-degree student through the Office of Admissions at least 30 days prior to the beginning of the term in which they wish to enroll.