Undergraduate Admissions

If you think Victory may be the place for you, now is the time to apply.

1. You have two options to apply. Apply Online Now to complete the application form for immediate submission, or complete and mail the PDF version of the application form to the address below.

2. Submit an official High School transcript or official college/university transcripts to the address below.

3. Official ACT or SAT scores for freshman or freshman transfers (often on high school transcript) must be submitted. Transfer students are not required to submit ACT or SAT scores unless requested by an Admissions Counselor. If the applicant is over the age of 25, the ACT or SAT is not required for admission.

4. Supplemental documentation such as academic recommendations may be needed to complete your file but not needed until requested by your Admissions Counselor.

5. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  The Federal School Code number for Victory University is 009982.

Note: There is a $25 non-refundable application fee. For online applications, you may use a credit card for immediate consideration. Payments by check will have a 7-10-day delay. Application fees made on campus may be made by cash or check

Additional Information

Applicants are encouraged to initiate the admissions process as soon as possible. Upon receipt of all documents required during the admissions process, the student’s application is evaluated by an Admissions Committee. Review of an applicant’s transferrable GPA from high school or any previous postsecondary work is given consideration; ACT or SAT scores are considered as well as other documentation submitted during the admissions process.
Failure to submit all documentation prior to the dates provided below may not allow adequate time to complete the entire admissions process. Time for other institutions to send transcripts and for VU to receive and process those transfer hours requires adequate time and could delay admissions based on when this process is completed.

For additional information on Admissions or Victory University, please see Victory’s Academic Catalog.

Enrollment Contract

At VU every student knows in advance, the length of his/her academic program, the expected cost and how previous college work will be applied towards graduation requirements. The VU Enrollment Contract represents the partnership between the student and the University.

Transfer of Credit

Academic credits earned at one or more institutions of higher education may not transfer to another college or university as expected. Therefore, the State of Tennessee requires full disclosure of the nature or risk associated with the transfer of academic credits. See 49-7-144 Disclosure of Transferability of Credit from Chapter 7 Postsecondary and Higher Education Generally of Title 49 Education Law. Click here to view the Disclosure of Transferability of Credits.