University of Virginia

NEW - Piedmont Scholars Program

The Piedmont Scholars Program is a new endowed fund that was announced by the University of Virginia March 5, 2021. The fund provides scholarships to PVCC students transferring to UVA who have been selected as recipients of UVA’s University Achievement Award. The scholarship covers full in-state tuition and fees while at UVA. Recipients will of the scholarship will be referred to as Piedmont Scholars.

Inaugural cohort of Piedmont Scholars:

Piedmont Scholars 2021
Pictured L-R: Liam Kidd, Justin Cary, James McIvor, Camille Garcia, Quana Dennis, Sara Abdullah, Christian Garcia Rivera.
Not pictured; Dino Bukic, Casey Halfacre and Sam Alsamaraee.

Piedmont Scholars FAQs


Transfer Resources

Main Transfer Site
Guaranteed Admission Agreement - College of Arts and Sciences
Guaranteed Admission Agreement - School of Engineering and Applied Science
Guaranteed Admission Agreement - School of Nursing RN to BSN
Transfer Credit Analyzer
AP, IB, and CLEP Credit Evaluation
Transfer Course Requirements by Program
Majors at UVA

Special Programs

Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy
College of Arts and Sciences 
McIntire School of Commerce (undergraduate business)
Nursing Programs
School of Architecture
School of Education and Human Development
School of Engineering and Applied Science
Part-time/online degree options at UVA

Application Deadlines: March 1 (fall)/ October 1 (spring)
Transfer Application Checklist
      Mid-term Report (due mid-March for competitive applicants only)
Federal, State, and Institutional Aid (Student Financial Services) - Aid Deadlines: April 1 (fall)/ November 1 (spring)

Contact Information:

UVA Transfer Blog
UVA Office of Undergraduate Admission
Visit UVA
Phone: (434) 982-3200
Fax: (434) 924-7674
General Email Inquiries: undergradadmission@virginia.edu
Application Updates: uvaapplicationinfo@virginia.edu

Advising Notes

All majors in the College of Arts and Sciences, the Batten School, and the McIntire School of Commerce require the completion of a college-level foreign language through the -202 (Intermediate II) level, or qualifying AP scores. For more information please visit UVA's foreign language placement page. PVCC offers through the -202 level of American Sign Language (ASL), French (FRE), German (GER), Japanese (JPN), Latin (LAT), and Spanish (SPA). The PVCC Testing Center (M607) has placement tests for FRE, GER, and SPA; for placement into ASL, JPN, or LAT, contact the instructor.