University of Richmond

University of Richmond, Virginia

University of Richmond Admissions Overview

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What is the University of Richmond acceptance rate?

The University of Richmond has an acceptance rate of 30%. This means that if you have the right grades then you have a good shot of being accepted into the school. In the last academic year, 30% out of the people who applied to the University of Richmond were accepted into the school.

Only 23% of students who are admitted into the University of Richmond go on to enroll at the school. This is reasonable because most students who apply for college apply to multiple schools.

Applicants to the University of Richmond are required to submit their GPA to the school.

University of Richmond SAT Scores

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What are the SAT requirements to get into the University of Richmond? In the last academic year, the University of Richmond accepted students with SAT scores as low as 645.

The upper range for SAT scores at the University of Richmond was 730. On average, applicants had an SAT score of 688.

This shows that even if you don't have the best SAT scores, you will still have a shot of admittance. However, having strong SAT scores will definitely improve your chances of being accepted.

53% of people who applied to the University of Richmond in fall 2018 submitted their SAT scores as part of their application. So, no matter what your scores are, you'll probably want to submit them to the school if you want a good chance of being accepted.

University of Richmond Admission Statistics

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In fall 2018, a total of 11,882 students applied to study at the University of Richmond. Of those students, 5,148 were men and 6,734 were women.

Applications are not the only admissions statistic you should consider; acceptance rate is also a key factor to think about. 30% of students at the University of Richmond were accepted into the school in fall 2018. This represents a total of 3,585 students. 1,670 of students who were accepted were male and 1,915 of the students accepted were female.

The percentage of students who were accepted that enrolled at the University of Richmond in the last academic year is 23%. Overall, 832 students who applied to the University of Richmond enrolled in the school. Of those students, 24% of women who were accepted and 22% of men who were accepted enrolled.

University of Richmond Admission Requirements

Test ScoresRequired
High School GPARequired
High School Class RankRecommended
RecommendationsRequired
Demonstration of CompetenciesNeither required nor recommended

What are the the University of Richmond admissions requirements?

At the University of Richmond, you are required to submit your high school test scores. The University of Richmond asks prospective students to submit their GPA to the school.

You'll be asked to submit your high school class rank as part of your application.

What's more, you do not need to submit letters of recommendation from your high school. You will also not be asked to demonstrate your competencies as part of your application.

As part of your application, the University of Richmond accepts AP Credit. However, credit for life experiences is not accepted.

University of Richmond Credits Accepted

AP CreditYes
Dual CreditNo
Credit for Life ExperiencesNo

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