LFCC Dual Admission

Shepherd University and Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) have collaborated to offer you the Bachelor’s Degree Dual Admission Program which guarantees your admission to Shepherd upon meeting the eligibility requirements. This program affords you all of the educational opportunities provided by both institutions.

What Does This Mean For You, The LFCC Student?

What Are The Requirements?

  1. You have completed and submitted the Dual Admissions application prior to enrolling at Shepherd indicating your intended start date. The application is available online at unexpected.shepherd.edu/lfcc, at LFCC’s Transfer Office, or at Shepherd’s Office of Admissions. While Shepherd offers rolling application reviews, students are strongly encouraged to apply a semester prior to their intended start date.
  2. You have completed, or will complete prior to transfer, an Associate of Arts and Sciences of Associate of Applied Science from LFCC.
  3. You have achieved at least a 2.8 cumulative GPA from LFCC and all college work.
  4. Your official, final LFCC transcript is received at Shepherd by the deadline: September 15 for the fall semester and February 15 for the spring semester. Your discount will be awarded once your official, final transcript indicating your graduation date is received by the Office of Admissions.
  5. You transfer directly from LFCC to Shepherd and enroll at Shepherd at full-time status (12 credits or more) and as a non-West Virginia resident. Please note that should you be awarded Academic Common Market status, you will not be eligible for the Dual Admissions discount.

What Other Opportunities Will You Have?

What Else Should You Know?

Shepherd University Transfer Policy
Students who transfer from a regionally accredited junior or community college are allowed a maximum of 72 semester hours toward the 120 credit hour minimum for graduation from Shepherd University. In compliance with the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission, students who have completed more than 72 hours of course work may select the courses they wish to have evaluated as part of their semester hours of credit counted toward graduation. The total number of credit hours earned will be calculated in the student’s overall grade point average. All grades and credits transferred to Shepherd University are posted on the student’s permanent record exactly as received from all other colleges and/or universities with the following provisions: 1) plus and minus signs will be ignored, 2) D and F grades can be replaced only if earned within the first 60 hours attempted, and 3) for admission purposes, all grades on the student’s transcript(s) will be used in computing the grade point average.

If you would like to speak to a LFCC academic advisor or Shepherd University admissions counselor regarding this program please contact:

Lord Fairfax Community College
Middletown Campus
173 Skirmisher Lane
Middletown, VA 22645
540-868-7110
E-mail: counseling@lfcc.edu
www.lfcc.edu

Fauquier Campus
6480 College Street
Warrenton, VA 20187-8820
540-351-1507
E-mail: counseling@lfcc.edu
www.lfcc.edu

Shepherd University
Ikenberry Hall
301 N. King St.
P.O. Box 5000
Shepherdstown, WV 25443-5000
304-876-5212
E-mail: admissions@shepherd.edu
http://www.shepherd.edu

Dual Admission Application

Dual Admission Brochure