Information for Accepted Graduate Students

Welcome to Dominican College!

Congratulations on your acceptance to Dominican College! On this page you will find a guide to assist you as you are making plans to start your graduate career at Dominican College.

For more information: 

Should you have any questions, your Admissions Counselor  is available to guide you through the enrollment process.  Contact the Office of Graduate Admissions at or (845) 848-7908.

New Graduate Student Checklist

This checklist for newly admitted graduate students will help you stay on track and transition smoothly.

Accept Your Seat

Please let us know if you are accepting or declining our admission offer, as soon as possible, by submitting the “Confirmation of Graduate Program Enrollment Form” to the Office of Graduate Admissions.

Contact Your Adviser

Please contact your adviser in your academic program to discuss your course selection for the upcoming semester. Your adviser will also be able to answer any questions you may have regarding the class schedules and the program.

Teachers of Students who are Blind or Visually Impaired:
Professor Yvette Blitzer
(845) 848-4119
(845) 848-4084

All other M.S. in Education Programs:
Dr. Mike Kelly
(845) 848-4090

M.S. in Nursing (FNP):
Dr. Ann Marie McDermott
(845) 848-6028

All MBA Programs:
Dr. Ken Mias
(845) 848-4102

Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy:
Ms. Maureen Regan
(845) 848-6050

Register for Classes

After you speak to your Academic Adviser, you will be issued a Registration Card which you will submit to the Registrar’s Office. For more information, please contact the Registrar’s Office at (845) 848-7810 or visit he Registrar website. Please note that a registration fee is due at the time that you register for classes.

Apply for Financial Aid

If you are applying for financial aid, you must complete the 2014-2015 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form as soon as possible. The Dominican College federal school code is 002713. All FAFSA’s must be filled out online.

For more information, please contact the Financial Aid Office at (845) 848-7821 or visit them on the Financial Aid website.

Settle Your Student Account

Once you complete the registration process, the Bursar’s Office will contact you with billing information. The Bursar's Office accepts cash, checks and credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express).

For more information, please contact your Student Account Representative:

Last names that begin with letters A thru G:
Linda Scheulen
(845) 848-7827

Last names that begin with letters H thru O:
Jeannie Caserma
(845) 848-7828

Last names that begin with letters P thru Z:
Diane Witschieben
(845) 848-7830

Corporate/ Hospital Reimbursement

Students whose employers will reimburse all or part of a student's tuition expenses may ask the College to defer that portion of their tuition bill eligible for reimbursement. At the time of registration the student will be required to pay that portion of the student's bill not covered by the employer's reimbursement plan, or establish a payment plan with the Bursar Office.

For more information, please contact the Bursar Office at (845) 848-7825

Submit Your Health Record Information

To be in compliance with state laws, all enrolled students must provide proof of immunizations for measles, mumps, and rubella. In addition, students must also show proof of a meningitis immunization, or sign a waiver. All of this documentation must be submitted to the Health Center within 30 days of enrollment. Failure to do so will result in the revoking of the privilege of attending classes.  Please submit your immunization paperwork as soon as possible. You can do this through our Patient Portal.

The MMR Immunization Documentation and Meningitis Response Form must be completed and returned to the Health Center to complete your registration requirements. 

For more information, please contact the Health Center at (845) 848-7918 or visit them on the Health Center website.

Set up your College Email Account

All official communication from the College will be sent to your official College email account. It is important that you check your account daily! Consider loading your email onto your smart phone. 

Register for Mass Notification Text

The Dominican College text-messaging service provided by e2campus is a key component of the College's emergency notification program.  In the event of a major life, safety or public-health emergency on campus, the Security Office  will notify and advise students, faculty and staff via a number of communication channels, including text message.  All members of the Dominican College community are strongly encouraged to enroll in the program.

Title IX Sexual Conduct and Harassment Information

The health, safety and well-being of our students are Dominican College’s primary concern.  If you or someone you know is a survivor of sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, their are many resources available at Dominican College and in the Rockland County community to assist in both immediate and long-term care and recovery. Learn more about Title IX Compliance

DC-1 Card

The DC-1 Card is your permanent Dominican College ID, in addition to a flexible-spending card that runs a declining balance. Learn more about your DC-1Card


All students who wish to park on campus require parking stickers which can be obtained from the Parking Center in Casey Hall.  Stickers must be displayed on the lower left front windshield. Commuter students should use the lots located behind Casey Hall,  Prusmack Center, or the main lot on Western Highway. Resident vehicles are assigned to the main lot or to the lots behind Guzman Hall  or in front of Hertel Hall. Parking permits, procedures and regulations are available in the Parking Center in Casey Hall, which can be reached at 845-848-4062.