At Virginia State University, some programs require individuals seeking master's or post-master's degrees to submit test scores from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
Applicants for programs requiring the GRE must submit official GRE scores prior to admission packet review. The GRE scores must be no more than six (6) years old when the student is admitted to the College of Graduate Studies. If the GRE was taken earlier, the student must take it again and submit new scores. Applicants for the Graduate Teaching Assistantship (GTA) pursuing programs requiring the GRE must submit official GRE scores prior to GTA application consideration.
You must request to have your OFFICIAL GRE scores sent to Virginia State University (VSU). Our institution code is 5860. DO NOT ADD A DEPARTMENT CODE. Unofficial GRE test scores are not acceptable. Please allow 20 business days from your GRE test date for VSU to receive your official GRE scores.
If your intended program requires the GRE, your application packet will not be considered for admission until OFFICIAL GRE SCORES for the Verbal and Quantitative Subtests are received by the Office of Graduate Admissions. These scores must be sent directly to us from the Educational Testing Service (ETS).
Please contact the Educational Testing Service (ETS) to schedule the GRE:
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P. O. Box 6000
Princeton, NJ 08451-6000
Programs Requiring the Graduate Record Exam (GRE):
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