Once you submit your application, you must also mail the following materials to: Office of Admission, Hollins University, P.O. Box 9707, Roanoke, VA 24020-1707.
The early decision program is an option for the student who regards Hollins as her top choice and who has achieved a consistently good record throughout her high school career. Early decision is a binding agreement; to be considered for early decision, you must complete and submit the early decision agreement form (PDF). Early decision candidates will be notified of the admission committee's decision by November 15.
The early action program allows students to apply to Hollins by December 1 and receive an admission decision by December 15. However, early action is non-binding, so the student does not have to make a final college choice until May 1.
The priority deadline to submit an application for regular decision is February 1. We will mail an admission decision to you within 2-3 weeks of submission of your application. Applicants will be considered for admission as long as spaces in the class remain available.
Hollins automatically grants four credits for a score of four or five on the College Board Advanced Placement Tests.
A student who is concurrently enrolled in high school and an accredited college or university will receive Hollins credit if all of the following conditions are met:
Hollins awards college credit to students who have received an International Baccalaureate diploma with a score of 30 or higher and have no score less than four in any one of the six examination groups.
Hollins University complies with the Virginia State Police in reporting information to the National Crime Center Registry.