For VCCS students, there are two ways to get guaranteed admission to W-M: As a NOVA graduate, you will get admission to more than 40 higher education institutions and universities in the region if you meet the agreed requirements between NOVA and that university. Save thousands of student fees starting with NOVA. Let`s help them follow the right path to a successful career! The GAA or Guaranteed Admission Agreement is a document that provides a clear transfer route for students who acquire AA, AS or AA-S degrees from VCCS College or Richard Bland College. Students who follow the GAA and meet all the conditions of the agreement will receive transfer authorization to Mason starting in the fall of 2014. GAA admission is available to students who obtain a first bachelor`s degree. Students with a bachelor`s degree are not eligible for admission according to GAA. NOVA has a Guaranteed Admission Agreement (GAA) program for all our students who graduate from NOVA and meet the college or university agreement requirements. The program saves you thousands of student fees. It is recommended to meet with a transfer advisor on your NOVA campus to help you through the process.
This allows students currently enrolled on this campus to take courses at William and Mary`s, while they graduate from associate and are active in concluding the guaranteed admissions agreement. Questions related to the co-registration agreement, including how to become a registered student, should be addressed to each institution that is part of the agreement. William and Mary have co-enrollment agreements with these schools: if you have not yet concluded the association, admission to W-M is not guaranteed. To be a competitive candidate, you should have a rounded study program and a cumulative MPA of about 3.6 in VCCS. You should carefully plan your courses with the VCCS Equivalencies Course [pdf] and our Pathway Guides in order to maximize course credits that can be transferred to W-M. William-Mary has a registration and bridge program agreement with RBC.
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