This is a short compilation of the questions you've asked over the past few days. I've answered some of them in the comments sections of the last three posts. I think you'll see that this process requires patience, but slowly, you'll get the information you'll need.
There are 400+ students on the wait list. Currently, 300 have agreed to remain on the wait list. I’m not going to break it out school by school, but most offers will come from the College of Arts and Sciences, and some from engineering. After May 15th, I will let you know if we are moving to the wait list and for which schools. Those accepted from the wait list will be emailed or phoned. We won’t accept anyone without your most recent grades. You must send an official transcript, just as you did with your application. I can’t say how many students will be admitted. On average over the past few years, it’s been 80-100 students. It really depends on how the class is shaping up.
You may send a letter of continued interest through the mail or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. They both funnel to the same place. Additional recommendations are not required. Again, your academic (grades) and social (disciplinary issues) standing are most important during this stage.
After Being Admitted
Financial aid awards will be posted online in the coming days; some may receive it as early as Tuesday, May 4th, but for many it will take some time. Please keep an eye on your to-do list to make sure you’ve turned in all requested documentation.
For information on housing, please go to http://www.virginia.edu/housing/faq.php?faq_id=transfer
Orientation information should be emailed to you (if you’ve deposited) by the end of the week.
Estimated fees can be found here - http://sfs.virginia.edu/cost/15-16. You are an entering second or third year student.