Focussing on students

Radford University was established in 1910 in Southwest Virginia. After almost 60 years as an all-women’s college, Radford became co-educational and in 1979 was granted university status. It is distinguished for the large number of academic programmes it offers and its student-focussed faculty.


Arts and Sciences, Business and Economics, Education and Human Development, Waldron College of Health and Human Services, Visual and Performing Arts, Information Science and Technology and the College of Graduate and Professional Studies

Application deadlines

Fall semester: April 1

Spring semester: August 1

Summer sessions: February 1


TOEFL 520 or higher (paper-based); 190 or higher (computer-based); 68 or higher (internet-based); graduation from an accredited institution where English is the language of instruction; a minimum verbal score of 440 on the SATI.

Expenses (per semester / year)

Tuition and fees: $7,255 / $14,510

Room and board: $3,245 / $6,490

Personal expenses: $1,400 / $2,800

Total: $12,723 / $25,446


Financial aid based on need is not available for international students; however, some scholarships are available as well as work on campus.


Students have the choice of living in one of the 15 university residence halls or in private accommodations which is situated within walking distance of the campus. — Agencies