Admissions

Dunlap-Stone University’s admissions process varies slightly depending on the program selected.

You may also view this information within the DSU Catalog.

All programs at DSU have the following general admission requirements:

  • be at least 18 years of age
  • have high school diploma or equivalent
  • be proficient in reading and writing of the English language (TOEFL Score of 85 or higher)
  • complete the required enrollment forms by all applicable deadlines
  • acknowledge and accept the university tuition policies
  • complete Pre-Enrollment Counseling Session with Academic Advising Department

 

Admission Requirements 

DSU establishes admission criteria to ensure that students who enroll are capable of successfully completing and benefiting from the educational offerings. DSU admits students to its programs regardless of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, or age. 

 

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Open Enrollment (Single Course), Certificate, and Undergraduate Admissions Requirements

While each program may have additional requirements, all undergraduate programs at DSU have the following general admission requirements:

  •       be at least 18 years of age
  •       have high school diploma or equivalent
  •       be proficient in reading and writing of the English language
  •       complete enrollment agreement and application requirements

Application

Students enrolling in open-enrollment (single course) or vocational training certificate program must demonstrate they meet the general admissions requirements by completing an application.  The application fee is waived for these students.

Undergraduate students must complete the application and pay the application fee.

Student Age

Student identity and age is verified as students are required to submit a copy of a government issued photo-ID as a part of their admissions process. DSU does not accept students under the age of 18.

Previous Education

Applicants who present a copy of their high school transcript or GED are unconditional applications. Applicants who self-certify on their application their graduation from a high school program are accepted on a conditional basis. Conditional acceptance requires the successful completion of at least 12 credit hours with a GPA of 2.0 or higher to continue in the program. Students who have been enrolled at other higher education institutions should submit official transcripts for review. Please see the section in the catalog on Transfer Credit. 

International Students

International students must demonstrate the foreign equivalency of a high school diploma has been completed. Please see the section on English language proficiency and the section on Foreign Transcript Evaluation.

Enrollment Agreements

Students must complete an enrollment agreement for each course in which they enroll. Enrollment takes place by the course and students are charged for each course individually.

 

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Graduate Admissions Requirements

While each graduate program may have additional requirements, all undergraduate programs at DSU have the following general admission requirements:

  •       be at least 18 years of age
  •       have bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  •       be proficient in reading and writing of the English language
  •       complete enrollment agreement and application requirements

 Application

Students enrolling in graduate programs must submit the graduate application for their program and the application fee.

Student Age

Student identity and age is verified as students are required to submit a copy of a government issued photo-ID as a part of their admissions process. DSU does not accept students under the age of 18. 

Bachelor’s Degree Completion

Applicants must submit official copies of their transcripts documenting completion of a bachelor’s degree from an appropriately accredited institution, or law school in the case of the LLM degree program. Conditional acceptance may be offered with unofficial transcripts if official transcripts are received before the completion of the first course in the program.

International Students

International students must demonstrate the foreign equivalency of an undergraduate or law program has been completed. Please see the catalog sections regarding English language proficiency and foreign transcript evaluation requirements.

Enrollment Agreements

Students must complete an enrollment agreement for each course in which they enroll. Enrollment takes place by the course and students are charged for each course individually.

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