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Online Admission

VCSU’s online programs are designed to help students earn their degree on their own time, while getting the same quality education and support as on-campus students.

  • Business Education
  • Career and Technical Education
  • English Education
  • History Education
  • Technology Education
  • Professional Communication
  • Music

  • Business
  • Library Media
  • Marketing
  • Psychology
  • Teaching English Language Learners (Minor) or ESL (Endorsement)
  • M. Ed. Teaching English Language Learners Certificate
  • M. Ed. Library and Information Technologies Certificate
  • M. Ed. STEM Certificate
  • Technology Education
  • Customer Relationship Management Certificate
  • Enterprise Applications Certificate

  • Master of Education
    • Technology Education Concentration
    • Teaching and Technology Concentration
    • Library and Information Technologies Concentration
    • Teaching English Language Learners Concentration
    • Elementary Education Concentration
    • English Education Concentration

Please review the Graduate Admission guidelines to see how to apply.

Please review our admissions guidelines to see how to apply.

Guidelines For Admission

Valley City State University applicants must have completed the following high school criteria:

  • 4 units of English
  • 3 units of mathematics (algebra I or higher)
  • 3 units of lab science
  • 3 units of social science
  • 2.0 minimum GPA (based on 4.0 scale)
  • 18 ACT (composite) or 940 SAT (critical reading and math)
    • Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the NDUS Board has temporarily suspended the ACT/SAT requirement for admission per policy 402.1.1 for students enrolling through the summer 2022 term

Next, submit your application and supplemental materials to VCSU.

Application Materials

Your final application will include:

  • The application for admission
  • A non-refundable fee of $35
  • An official copy of your high school transcript or proof of successful completion of the GED
  • Results of the American College Test (ACT) or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)