Here at Dunwoody, we are invested in your future.
From helping you navigate the financial aid process, to providing you with a student life experience that fits your needs, to ensuring you graduate with the skills and certifications employers are looking for — our staff and faculty are committed to helping you succeed.
Our project-based, applied learning approach also means that from the beginning, you’ll spend more than twice your time participating in hand-on activities than in a traditional classroom environment. You’ll also receive plenty of individualized attention, as our industry-experienced faculty teach in small-class settings, typically with fewer than 20 students.
We are excited to have you on campus and proudly welcome you to the Dunwoody family. To complete your enrollment and prepare for your start, please complete the following steps.
A PDF checklist with the same information found below, can be accessed here.
Next Steps to Complete Your Enrollment
Go to launchpad.dunwoody.edu, sign in with your Dunwoody username and password, and then click on the orange icon labeled “email.” You can also access class schedules, calendars, and statement information through Launchpad. Check your Dunwoody email often for financial aid and campus information. Your username and password was sent to you with your acceptance letter.
Applying for the FAFSA is the first step in your financial aid process. If you have not already done so, please complete the FAFSA within three weeks of your acceptance.
In addition, all accepted students are required to fill out Dunwoody’s Financial Responsibility Form. To fill out the form, log in to My.Dunwoody using the username and password you received with your acceptance and click on “Financial Responsibility Form.”
NOTE: students who wish to waive the FAFSA can indicate that by checking the appropriate box on the Financial Responsibility Form.
Official/final high school transcripts or GED certificates are required. If you are currently a High School senior, please request your transcript be sent to Dunwoody after you graduate. Official college transcripts are required to complete a credit transfer evaluation.
All new and re-admitting students must read the online agreement form as it outlines enrollment requirements and provides demographic feedback. To accept Dunwoody’s offer and confirm your enrollment, complete, sign and date the online form within 30 days of receiving your acceptance.
Immunizations are required by the Minnesota Department of Health for all students born after 1957. Clinic records are not accepted. Complete the form, sign, date and return within 30 days of acceptance.
A $100 non-refundable enrollment fee is due within 30 days of your acceptance. Those who are eligible for a waiver must complete the request form to claim the waiver.
To submit your fee, you can:
- Go online to launchpad.dunwoody.edu and select the “Statements & Payments” icon.
- Call Student Accounts at 612.381.3414 to pay by phone using a credit or debit card.
- Mail a check or money order with your student ID number noted on the check:
Dunwoody College of Technology
818 Dunwoody Blvd.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Dunwoody waives the enrollment fee for the following students: military veterans, Dunwoody graduates, legacy students, Dunwoody employees/dependents, and current PSEO students. If you qualify for a waiver, please click here to submit the enrollment fee waiver form.
Dunwoody College of Technology has partnered with The Quad on Delaware to offer students the opportunity to join a community of learners just like you. In addition to the amenities offered by The Quad on Delaware, you will enjoy a full college experience and have the opportunity to participate in Dunwoody-sponsored activities. Experienced staff are available on-site, providing you with afternoon and weekend support outside of class.
If you are interested in our Student Housing community, please fill out this form.
Contact Dunwoody Student Affairs at 612.381.8200 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about other housing options in the Twin Cities, including apartment living in downtown, city, or suburban settings.
New students as well as re-admitting students are required to attend orientation. Orientation is delivered online through Canvas and complete information is outlined in your acceptance packet. Watch your Dunwoody email for notices and access instructions.
First semester students are required to participate in New Student Day, which takes place just before the start of the semester (or your first day of class). New Student Day provides students the opportunity complete on-campus tasks necessary to begin classes.