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Welcome to Enrollment Management

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At Virginia Union University®, we are committed to elevating the student experience by pushing the boundaries of higher education. Our mission provides essential services that improve the student journey from pre-enrollment to graduation. We consist of five distinct offices that collaborate together to include the Office of Admissions, the Office of Financial Aid, the Office of Registrar, the Office of Residence Life & Housing, and the Office of Student Accounts. Enrollment Management advisors are here to assist you with the supporting information for undergraduate/graduate degree options, or non-degree programs. Thank you for choosing Union!


The Office of Admissions

804.342.3570 /

  • Submit application, test scores, transcripts, and immunization records
  • Get an admissions decision and next steps

The Office of Financial Aid

804.257.5882 /

  • Discuss financial options/scholarships
  • Complete your FAFSA (
  • Submit outstanding financial documents (if in verification)
  • Receive an award letter (check your MyVUU portal)
  • Complete entrance counseling/sign Master Promissory Note
  • Complete Parent PLUS Loan or private loan applications

The Office of Residence Life & Housing

804.257.5608 /

  • Submit housing application
  • Recieve housing assignment

The Office of Student Accounts

804.257.5711 /

  • Review anticipated student charges and balance (check your MyVUU portal)
  • Set up payment plans
  • Submit third-party billing requests

ADA Accommodations

Disability Services & ADA Compliance

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 require the University to provide academic adjustments and/or accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Students seeking academic adjustments or accommodations must self identify with the Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities at 804-342-3885, Ellison Hall, Room 117. After meeting with the Coordinator, students are encouraged to meet with their instructors to discuss their needs and if applicable, any lab safety concerns related to their disabilities.