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Application Process: High School Students

The McIntire School of Commerce is an upper-divisional school at the University, with current UVA students spending their first two years of undergraduate work completing liberal arts and business prerequisite courses before applying to McIntire. These two years of liberal arts preparation are critical to students' success at the School and their long-term professional development.

Prospective UVA students for first-year admission who are interested in McIntire’s B.S. in Commerce Program should apply for admission to the College of Arts & Sciences through the Office of Undergraduate Admission’s application process. After matriculating to UVA and spending the first two years in the College of Arts & Sciences, students follow the process for UVA students to apply to McIntire.

Direct entry or preferred admission to McIntire for incoming first-year students is not available.

Podcast: A Conversation with Sadie Royal Collins, Director Undergraduate Admission

Learn more about the many ways to pursue business at UVA and McIntire’s undergraduate program, in particular. You’ll hear how it’s different (and better) than so many undergraduate business schools as a result of our including our close-knit community and the multitude of resources available to our students.



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Explore Business Education Opportunities at UVA 

​Once enrolled at UVA, there are many ways for students to pursue business education and get involved at the McIntire School:

Our Days on the Lawn Webinar

Engage with the McIntire Office of Undergraduate Admission to learn about the McIntire School curriculum, community, and resources. Assistant Director Sonia Jiménez covers the many ways to pursue a business education at UVA in an April 6 webinar. The presentation is also available at the Days on the Lawn Blog.