At D'Youville we offer many ways to make friends and gain leadership skills with our more than 30 student clubs.
Home Schooled Students
Personal Education Distinctly D'Youville
You'll have some incredible experiences at D'Youville College. No matter what major you choose, you'll benefit from our small classes and mentor relationships with professors.
The personal attention you get here is what makes all the difference. Our faculty and staff are truly invested in your education. We are invested in providing what you'll need to succeed.
It's not all work and no play. Far from it.
Freshman applicants who have been homeschooled should meet the following requirements to complete the application process for admission to D’Youville College.
- A transcript outlining the subjects studied and results of your high school program through the end of grade eleven.
- The results from an administration of the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) or the American College Testing Program (ACT).
- An essay from you describing your educational program, special projects, extracurricular activities, and special accomplishments.
- Two letters of recommendation: one from the parent or other person providing your education, and one from a person involved with your other activities (e.g. clubs, internships, service).
- If admitted to D’Youville, you will need to submit a letter from the superintendent of your local school district, attesting to your completion of a program of home instruction meeting the requirements of Section 100.10 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education, or or a passing score on the New York State’s General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.) examination.