NOTE: October is College Knowledge Month. Dunwoody is waiving the $50 application fee through Oct. 31.
Ready to apply?
Follow the three-step process below! If you have any questions, please contact your admissions counselor or the Admissions Office at email@example.com or 612.381.3041.
Please note: we recommend high-school seniors submit their applications early their senior year for admission for the following fall, since some programs tend to fill quickly.
Step 1: Fill out an application for admission
Step 2: Provide official transcripts
Request official transcripts from all educational institutions attended (including high school). Make certain they are sent directly to the Dunwoody Admissions Office from your school. If you took the GED exam, have your GED scores sent to Dunwoody
- Students may request that their school mail an official transcript directly to Dunwoody (Dunwoody must receive the transcript in a sealed envelope).
- Dunwoody will accept faxed transcripts if the fax is directly from the high school.
- Students may bring a transcript directly to Dunwoody; it is only acceptable if given to Dunwoody Admissions personnel in a sealed envelope.
- Electronic transcripts sent through a verified agency.
Send transcripts or scores to:
Dunwoody College Admissions
818 Dunwoody Blvd.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Or fax to: 612-677-3131
Step 3: Personal interview
A personal interview with an Admissions Counselor is recommended to ensure that Dunwoody is the right fit for your educational and career goals. If you don’t already have an assigned Admissions Counselor, or aren’t sure how to reach them, call 612.374.5800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a personal interview.
Once we have all the information needed to complete your admissions file, it will be sent to our admissions committee for a decision. The admissions committee meets once a week, and students are notified of admissions decisions within four business days. Your admissions counselor will keep you up-to-date on the status of your application.
Minnesota Law (M.S. 135A. 14) requires that all students born after 1956 and enrolled in public or private post-secondary Minnesota schools be immunized against Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Measles, Mumps and Rubella. Accepted students will be required to fill out an immunization record form prior to registering for classes.
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