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Congratulations, Future Saint! You're now just a few steps away from joining an institution dedicated to making a difference in our communities and the world.
D'Youville is leading the way in Buffalo and the nation as an institution spearheading a new kind of education. At our core is a dedication to service and leadership to our community and that's reflected in our student body. At D'Youville, you'll be challenged, but you'll always be supported.
We look forward to beginning our journey with you. Find information on accepting your offer, securing your spot in your program, and completing the next steps checklist in this section.
You're ready to become a difference maker. And we're proud to help you.
The first step in securing your place in your program is submitting your tuition deposit. Your acceptance packet will contain complete details. Once you are ready to submit your tuition deposit, you may submit it online, by mail, or in person. This deposit confirms your place for the next term and is non-refundable.
Tip: You can save a step and combine your tuition deposit with the housing deposit.
A visit to campus before the semester starts is the best way to meet with your advisors, get your questions answered, and explore the campus. Even if you've been to campus previously, a visit before classes begin is the best way to experience life at D'Youville, and when the semester starts, you'll have everything in order, know the best study spots, and already have a favorite place to relax after class.
We are looking forward to you joining our community and taking on new roles as a D'Youville Saint. To stay on track and make sure your first day at D'Youville goes smoothly, make sure to submit your deposit (above) and then use the checklist below to ensure you've checked off all your tasks and are ready to start the semester.
At D'Youville, we're committed to ensuring our students graduate with a strong financial future. We show that commitment through the high income potential of our graduates and through connecting our students to both D'Youville scholarships and outside scholarships. The first step in the process begins with the FAFSA.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the form that helps determine your eligibility for financial aid. If you're a student, or parent of a student, you can find full details on our FAFSA resources webpage. You'll receive a notification about your financial aid in your MyDYC account. If you have any questions, please reach out to one of our Financial Aid Counselors.
Residents the State of New York are eligible for the Tuition Assistance Program. After filing the FAFSA, a pre-printed TAP application will be generated automatically. Full details are available on the D'Youville Grants page.
Once we receive your financial forms, we'll review your information and explain your financial aid benefits. You'll get a notification in your email and in your MyDYC account. When you're enrolled at D'Youville, you'll also have access to ScholarshipUniverse, an online tool that automatically matches you to internal, local, and national scholarships throughout your time at D'Youville.
If you have any questions, our Financial Aid Counselors are always happy to speak with you, or you can visit the Solutions Center located on the second floor of the Koessler Administration Building. Have a question? Email us at email@example.com.
New York State law requires proof of immunization for measles, mumps, rubella, and meningitis before registering for classes. To manage all required immunization records, D'Youville has partnered with CastleBranch to help. Maintain and submit your records online to the CastleBranch website.
Regardless if you're a first-time freshman, transfer student, or graduate student, we'll need official transcripts for our records. Any institution you've attended, whether it is a high school or a previous college, will be able to submit official transcripts to us. To submit transcripts, you'll contact the transcript issuer and have them sent to our admissions office at:
D'Youville Admissions Office
320 Porter Ave
Buffalo, NY 14201
If you're taking Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) exams, you'll need to have official scores sent to D'Youville. For more information, 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. New York State residents also need to provide proof of high school graduation for financial aid purposes.
Our Student Success Center is a one-stop office dedicated to ensuring our students are successful at D'Youville. Once we receive your acceptance information, we'll send an invitation to meet with your academic advisor. As part of your Student Success team, your academic advisor will help you select your classes, assist in transferring credits, and map out your future at D'Youville. This typically happens in April or May for the fall semester and in November for the spring semester.
National statistics show that students who live on campus perform better academically and are more engaged on campus. At D'Youville, we encourage students to live on campus and take advantage of our community and our location in Buffalo's West Side neighborhood.
Studies show that students who live in residence halls acclimate more rapidly to the collegiate environment and are more satisfied with their overall experience. For this reason, we require all first-time in college students and freshmen transfer students to live on campus until their sophomore year, incoming students in the Physician Assistant and Occupational Therapy programs to live on campus for the first two years of study, and all HEOP and Say Yes applicants to live on campus for all four years of their education.
To reserve on-campus housing, you need to submit a housing deposit and meet housing requirements. You can submit the deposit online, by mail, or in person. The Student Engagement 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.
At our orientation events, you'll have the chance to meet fellow students, get answers to your final questions, and learn about the resources here dedicated to helping you succeed. You'll have fun, but you'll also do a lot to make sure you're successful here, so attendance is mandatory. You'll receive an invitation to register in your email.
You've made it this far into the checklist so you're ready for Day One of your class and your program. Now, review our quick checklist of some practical tasks you can knock-off to make sure you have your digital life in great shape and you're prepared for campus, like securing your ID card and getting a parking pass (if you need one).
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