Step One: Make it Official
If you haven't done so already, please make your tuition deposit.
Then, you'll be given access to MyDSU, your one-stop shop for all things DeSales, including:
- WebAdvisor is where you'll register for classes and check your grades
- Blackboard Learn is an online classroom management program used in many of your courses
- Your DeSales email is an important communication tool for University information, be sure to check this often!
Learn more about MyDSU »
Step Two: Prepare Your Finances
Apply for financial aid. FAFSA forms are due February 1, 2015. DeSales University's Federal School Code is 003986.
Theatre, TV/Film, and Dance scholarship auditions are held in December and January. As registrations open, more details will be posted here.
Step Three: Attend an Event
The Bulldog Bash Accepted Students Day has become a favorite Spring tradition. Each year, Billera Hall is transformed into a thematic masterpiece for this an annual celebration. Accepted students and their families can get to know one another, the faculty, the campus, and even have a chance to win prizes and scholarships. Future Bulldogs can also visit a clubs and activities fair, take a tour of the residence halls, and more.
The DSU Preview /Spring 0rientation Day is for deposited students and parents. Your invitation will arrive in the mail in early May. This event is required of all first-time students. You'll be introduced to various functions of campus life, including Character U, the First-Year Experience at DeSales University. Photos will be taken at this time for your DeSales Student ID card, so get ready to smile :)
Fall Orientation is a fun-filled three days of activities packed with the essential information to get your student started at DeSales. At this required event, incoming freshmen learn about campus, meet faculty, and —most of all— meet new friends and have fun!