Congratulations! You’ve been accepted to Sweet Briar!

Holla, holla! There’s nothing that you cannot do!

You’ll be joining an amazing group of women this fall. Get ready to celebrate everything you and your new friends will achieve here with the Holla Holla song, which Sweet Briar students sing when someone’s done something noteworthy.

Here are your important next steps:

  • Make your deposit! You will need to submit a $250 deposit to hold your place in the class entering fall 2022.
  • We encourage all students to visit campus at least once. Many students will visit multiple times. Click here to see all the ways you can visit.
  • Watch your email and mail for further announcements on housing, orientation and student activities for fall 2022. This correspondence will come from the Office of Student Life.
  • Submit an official final transcript to the admissions office. If you are a first-year student, the transcript must confirm your high school graduation; if you are a transfer student, it must confirm grades for any courses completed since acceptance.

Less serious but equally important:

Contact the Office of Admissions if you have any questions:

P | 800-381-6142
E | admissions@sbc.edu


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A female student throws leaves into the airgroup of students cheering inside ProthroFemale student sledding down hill with black dog wearing a red sweater running beside herProfessor high-fiving a studentThree female students walk down a road with a building in the backgroundtwo students take a selfie while holding daisiesa group of students walking to class across the quadStudents decorating gingerbread housesgroup of students flexing their armsStudent clapping at Spring Step Singing eventA golf athlete points to a golf ball with the vixen logoA group of five students wearing graduation robes poseStudents sledding down a hill in the snowPresident Woo teaches a classFour students moving into a residence hallStudent Walking horse at riding centerStudent laughs while other students react surprisinglyThree students with pom-poms cheering on athletics
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