Applying for Admission

Steps to Apply - International Applicants

Prospective international students interested in applying to D'Youville should follow the steps below.

First-Year (Freshmen) Applicants

1. Complete and submit your official application for admission

  • Applying to D'Youville is free.
  • You'll need to create a log-in ID and password. If you can't complete the application in one sitting, that's okay. You can access the form as often as you like.
  • Check the deadline dates for fall and spring semesters
  • If you have any questions about the application process, contact the International Admissions Office

Tip: Keep your username and password in an easy-to-find location.

2. Submit official transcripts

  • You'll need to submit an official transcript from each secondary and post-secondary school attended, current through the time of application.
  • If transcripts are not in English, or come from a school outside of the U.S. or Canada, they must be evaluated by an accredited transcript evaluation service.

Tip: We recommend that you request official transcripts immediately to avoid delays in processing.

3. Submit your scores from one of the following Standardized Tests

Transfer Applicants (credits earned at university)

1. Complete and submit your official application for admission

  • Applying to D'Youville is free.
  • You'll need to create a log-in ID and password. If you can't complete the application in one sitting, that's okay. You can access the form as often as you like.
  • Check the deadline dates for fall and spring semesters.
  • If you have any questions about the application process, contact the International Admissions Office.

Tip: Keep your username and password in an easy-to-find location.

2. Submit official transcripts

  • You'll need to submit an official transcript from each post-secondary school attended, current through the time of application.
  • If transcripts are not in English, or come from a school outside of the U.S. or Canada, they must be evaluated by an accredited transcript evaluation service
  • Transfer Undergraduate Merit Scholarships are awarded based on the cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of all college and/or university courses taken prior to attendance at D'Youville.

Tip: We recommend that you request official transcripts immediately to avoid delays in processing.

3. Submit your scores from one of the following Standardized Tests

4. In addition to all of the steps above, international transfer students must also submit a completed SEVIS I-20 Transfer Form (PDF).

Graduate Applicants (Master's & Doctoral Programs)

1. Admission and application requirements for D'Youville's advanced degree programs vary.

2. Complete and submit your official application for admission.

  • Applying to D'Youville is free.
  • You'll need to create a log-in ID and password. If you can't complete the application in one sitting, that's okay. You can access the form as often as you like.
  • Check the deadline dates for fall and spring semesters
  • If you have any questions about the application process, contact the Graduate Admissions Office

Tip: Keep your username and password in an easy-to-find location.

3. Submit official transcripts

  • You'll need to submit an official transcript from each university attended, current through the time of application.
  • If transcripts are not in English, or come from a school outside of the U.S. or Canada, they must be evaluated by an accredited transcript evaluation service.

Tip: We recommend that you request official transcripts immediately to avoid delays in processing.

4. Submit your scores from one of the following Standardized Tests

Admissions Decision

Admissions decisions are reached on a rolling basis. You'll receive your decision once all documents have been received, reviewed and evaluated. Once accepted, you'll receive a signed letter of acceptance as part of the D'Youville College enrollment packet. The packet will contain the following requirements with all instructions:

  • Directions on how to wire and transfer school fees
  • Mandatory student health insurance application
  • Health requirements with health forms and information.
  • Athletic department information
  • Required financial forms
  • Directions to D'Youville College including airport information.

Tuition Deposit and Immigration Requirements

As an international student, you must obtain a Federal Form I-20 before you make an appointment with the US Consulate or Embassy in your country. Once the admissions office receives your $500 tuition deposit, the international student financial forms and supporting financial documentation, a financial review committee will determine whether to issue the I-20. The $500 deposit is applied towards tuition. The deposit will be refunded in the event a student visa is not issued.

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