Wimmera students will learn whether they have been accepted into their preferred university course tomorrow.
The Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre will release its first round of offers for undergraduate university placings at 2pm.
Depending on the course, offers are based on students' Australian Tertiary Admission Rank released on December 17, portfolios or interviews.
Dimboola Memorial Secondary College graduates Chelsea Ingeme and Louis Haines are confident they will be accepted into university courses after completing their Victorian Certificate of Education last year.
Chelsea said she was excited to receive an acceptance letter from RMIT University for its audio-visual technology course.
"I am feeling quite good because I had an interview for the course I want to get into," she said.
"They told me in the interview that I had got in but they will still be sending out an official letter.
"I am actually looking forward to it to see what the course is all about and what I will be doing."
Louis, who was the school's dux with an ATAR score of 86.20, said he underwent an interview for a communication and design course at Monash University.
"After the interview I got a letter saying I would get in as long as I had a good score so at the moment I am pretty confident I will get an offer," he said.
"This is the last thing that we do or the final step before university so after this school is all finished."
A second round of offers for students who do not receive an offer or were not accepted into their first university preference will be released on February 6.
More than 3800 Victorian students, who have already completed a university degree, received an offer to complete graduate entry teaching courses on Monday.
Interest in the courses boomed with a 10.4 per cent increase in the number of applications received by VTAC.
Round two graduate entry teaching offers will be released on January 23.