Largest Graduate Schools in Virginia

In Virginia, Liberty University has the most enrolled graduate students of 33,217 students. George Mason University and University of Virginia-Main Campus have the large number of graduate students followed by Liberty University. Next table shows the top 10 largest graduate schools by graduate enrollment with tuition and number of offered programs in Virginia. We exclude the online completely schools that all programs are offered only online and all students have enrolled online exclusively.
Largest Graduate Schools in Virginia (2019-2020)
School NameGraduate Student PopulationTuition & FeesNumber of Programs
TotalStudents Enroll Only exclusivelyMenWomenIn-StateOut-of-StateTotalOnline Programs
1Liberty UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsLynchburg 33,21731,396
(94.52%)
13,19820,019 $8,400 9085
2George Mason UniversityPublic, 4 yearsFairfax 11,1241,499
(13.48%)
4,4736,651 $15,648$36,960 18629
3University of Virginia-Main CampusPublic, 4 yearsCharlottesville 7,862694
(8.83%)
3,7914,071 $19,528$30,720 13921
4Virginia Commonwealth UniversityPublic, 4 yearsRichmond 7,004478
(6.82%)
2,6174,387 $15,086$28,424 15826
5Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsBlacksburg 6,872967
(14.07%)
3,8912,981 $15,972$29,885 16720
6Regent UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsVirginia Beach 5,5364,630
(83.63%)
2,0443,492 $16,952 8665
7Old Dominion UniversityPublic, 4 yearsNorfolk 4,8042,275
(47.36%)
1,9372,867 $13,128$32,772 10731
8College of William and MaryPublic, 4 yearsWilliamsburg 2,440370
(15.16%)
1,1621,278 $16,440$34,229 332
9Edward Via College of Osteopathic MedicinePrivate, 4 yearsBlacksburg 2,0050
(0.00%)
9721,033 $16,300 2-
10James Madison UniversityPublic, 4 yearsHarrisonburg 1,828310
(16.96%)
5481,280 $11,976$29,016 424
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