Application Procedure for New Freshmen
- Request an application for admission or download the application from our website: www.dc.edu. Complete and mail the application, including the non-refundable fee to the Office of Admissions, Dominican College, 470 Western Highway, Orangeburg, New York 10962, or e-mail the application to email@example.com. You may enclose any additional information you wish to be considered with your application. A visit to the College campus is strongly recommended. Please call the Office of Admissions, 1-(866) 4DC-INFO, or e-mail the Office of Admissions: firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a campus tour.
- Ask your high school guidance counselor to forward transcripts directly to Dominican College, Office of Admissions.
- Arrange to take one of the following examinations. Your scores must be sent directly to the Office of Admissions at Dominican College.
Scholastic Aptitude Test (S.A.T.) of the College Entrance Examination Board. Address: P.O. Box 881, Princeton, NJ 08540. The C.E.E.B. Code for Dominican College is 2190.
The American College Testing (A.C.T.) Assessment Test. Address: 2201 N. Dodge Street, P.O. Box 414, Iowa City, IA 52240.
The A.C.T. code for Dominican College is 2730.
- A meeting with an admissions counselor is not always required for admission but is always desirable. Some applicants may be asked to meet with a member of the Admissions staff.
- When the application for admission, the official high school transcript, the application fee, and the results of the S.A.T. or A.C.T. are received, the student's credentials are reviewed. Applicants are then notified of the action taken.
- Homeschooled students must complete and submit an application and SAT or ACT scores to the Office of Admissions. Homeschooled students should also submit a portfolio (if a transcript is unavailable). This portfolio must include the curriculum that was followed, reading lists, and a writing sample. An interview may be required.
- Upon acceptance, students must submit a deposit. Students who wish to live on campus must submit an additional dormitory deposit. Deposits are refundable up to May 1st for fall applicants and November 1st for spring applicants.
All students born after 1/1/57 are required to submit proof of immunization against mumps, measles and rubella prior to registration for courses. According to New York State health law, all students are also required to complete and return the meningitis form provided by the College to the Student Health Center. All resident students and athletes are required to submit proof of meningitis immunization.