Admitted Student Days are held throughout the spring semester and provide an in-depth exploration into your academic program.
Congratulations on your acceptance! We look forward to beginning a new academic year with you. Stay on track with the steps you need to take next and be sure to refer to the "Guide for Accepted Students" handbook that was included in your acceptance packet.
Secure Your Place
First, fill out and mail back the Candidates Reply Fom (PDF) mailed to you as part of your acceptance packet.
Submit Your Tuition Deposit
$150 Enrollment Deposit
You can submit the enrollment deposit online, by mail, or in person. Your payment must be postmarked by May 1 (fall applicants) or January 1 (spring applicants). This deposit confirms your place for the next term and is non-refundable after the deposit deadline.
Tip: Save a step and combine your tuition deposit with the $100 housing deposit!
Submit Your Housing Deposit
$100 Housing Deposit
To reserve on-campus housing, you need to submit a housing deposit. You can submit the non-refundable deposit online, by mail, or in person. Tip: Save a step and combine your housing deposit with your tuition deposit!
The Residence Life Office will contact you with the housing forms, once your housing deposit has been processed. The housing forms, including the application and roommate questionnaire are also available online, beginning in April.
Apply for Financial Aid
- To determine financial aid eligibility, complete the FAFSA online. The D'Youville College code number is 002712. To be considered for most sources of financial assistance, we recommend you file the FAFSA by February 15, so you can receive an award letter from us in early March. The priority date to file for the spring semester is November 1.
- New York State residents must also complete a Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) application. After filing the FAFSA, a pre-printed TAP application will be generated automatically. The D'Youville College TAP code is 0195. To qualify, you must show financial need in addition to full-time status.
- Questions about financial aid? We assign each student a financial aid counselor to make the process as easy as possible. You can also attend a financial aid workshop on campus to learn more about the process.
Submit Your Final Transcripts
- If you're an incoming freshman, make sure your high school sends an official copy of your final transcript after you graduate. If you're taking Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) exams, you'll need to have official scores sent to D'Youville. View our AP/IB policies.
- If you're a transfer student who is currently enrolled at another college or university, make sure to send your official college transcript(s) prior to final enrollment at D'Youville.
Sign Up for Orientation
- If you're starting classes in the fall, plan to attend new student orientation in July. Watch for your invitation to attend in April, then reserve your spot right away.
- If you're starting classes in the spring, plan to attend an academic advisement day in November or December. Watch for your invitation to attend in the fall, then call Connections to make your advisement appointment.
Physical Exam & Immunization Forms
- New York State law requires proof of immunization for measles, mumps, rubella and meningitis before registering for classes. Have your physician complete the health form (PDF) and the Meningitis Vaccination Form (PDF) return it to the DYC Health Center as soon as possible.
- Visit again by attending Accepted Student Days. Or arrange an individual visit, to meet with financial aid, faculty from your prospective major, or just to tour campus. Check the Admissions Calendar for specific dates and times.