Hopefully by now, everyone has been able to check their decisions. About 30% of transfer applicants were admitted. It is without a doubt, still a competitive process. The smallest percentage was 14% for the Curry Kinesiology and Speech Pathology programs. The largest percentage was 34% for the College of Arts and Sciences.
If you have decided to attend UVA, submitting your deposit is the first step. Sending your final transcript is the second step. After that, it’s out of the admission office’s hands. Slowly, but surely, you’ll start to receive information from student financial services, orientation, housing, dining, the dean of students, your schools and perhaps other sources.
You will sign up for courses and see an advisor at orientation - transfer orientation dates begin July 19, and the dates are listed here - http://www.virginia.edu/orientation/?page_id=25.
Many McIntire and Architecture (some Education) admits will find inserts/enclosures in their letters. These will give you detailed steps on becoming a part of these schools. For instance, you may be asked to take summer courses.
You can see how some of your courses will transfer by taking a look at the transfer credit analyzer - http://es-sazwebdmz.eservices.virginia.edu/asequivs Credit will evaluated in preparation for summer orientation.