Radford University enrolls more than 8,000 U.S. and international undergraduates and more 1,000 graduate students. You may choose from more than 140 academic program options that provide a rigorous program of study which prepare you for careers or post graduate education.
Please visit the undergraduate admissions site for information about applying or transferring.
The College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences offers degree programs and individual classes designed to emphasize the liberal arts as a foundation for lifelong learning. It also contains a number of academic programs that lead to specific career paths: public relations, media, criminal justice, counseling, technical writing, and forensics. The programs in the college also prepare students for graduate study. The college emphasizes teaching and engagement with students whether in the classroom or through study abroad, faculty-student research, or internships.
The college's Advising Center provides students with information regarding general education requirements, academic policies and procedures, scholastic standards, and resource referral assistance. Specific assistance is provided to freshman and sophomore students who have chosen a major within the School of Communication or Criminal Justice.