How to Apply
Please complete our online application. International students are required to submit official transcripts from secondary schools, colleges, and/or universities in English.
If you have attended high school(s) outside of the United States:
Any transcript(s) sent in for review must be in English in order to be accepted. Applicants from countries whose official language is English or have been instructed in English may apply to the College as a test optional student. If your high school instruction was in English, you must provide a letter from your high school(s) stating such. All other students must submit one of the following in order to complete their application for review:
|Test Type||Minimum Score Required for Admission|
|TOEFL||Internet Based: 80
Computer Based: 213
Paper Based: 550
|IELTS||Band Score: 6.5|
|Duolingo||Overall Score: 105|
|PTE||Overall Score: 53|
|SAT||Evidence Based Reading and Writing: 500|
|ACT||English Section: 19|
Graduate and Transfer Applicants
If you have attended an institution outside of the United States:
If you have completed, or are completing, undergraduate and/or graduate degrees at institutions outside of the United States that are not regionally accredited institutions as recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, you are required to submit a course-by-course translation and evaluation. Dominican College will accept evaluations from any foreign transcript evaluator below:
- NACES (National Association of Credential Evaluation Services)
- Foreign Credentialing Commission on Physical Therapy (FCCPT) *
*Only for Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy (t-DPT) applicants
These organizations provide several types of evaluations. Please select the "course-by-course evaluation" option to ensure your evaluation meets our requirements for admission review. If you wish to use a different evaluating service, please contact the Office of Admissions at email@example.com to determine what is accepted.
Please note this does not pertain to:
- Freshman Applicants
- Students from the United States spending a semester or year abroad, often referred to as "study abroad."
International Graduate and Transfer applications are not considered complete without a course-by-course evaluation. The determination of degree equivalency to a U.S. degree is at the discretion of the College.
Once your file is complete, we will process and review your file for an admissions decision.
Please contact us at (845) 848-7901 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions regarding your application.
Checklist for International Students
Cost of Attendance
|Room & Board||$13,750||$14,000|
|Fees (including insurance) & Books||$5,450||$5,450|