Admission to DeSales University is based on your past academic achievement as well as your potential for future growth. DeSales University is especially interested in students who have demonstrated significant achievement within a demanding curriculum. Quality of academic performance is the single most important factor in the decision-making process. DeSales University welcomes applications from all qualified students regardless of race, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin.
There is no single preferred high school academic program, but a college preparatory course of study is highly recommended. For example: four years of English, three or four years of college preparatory mathematics; a minimum of two years of modern, foreign, or classical language; and at least two laboratory science courses.
Results from your SAT 1 or ACT must be forwarded to the Admissions Office. Applications and scheduled dates for these exams can be obtained from your high school guidance office.
You will automatically be considered for scholarships upon receipt of your completed application to DeSales University. You will receive maximum consideration if you apply to DeSales University by December 1. Scholarships are awarded regardless of financial need. Funds for scholarships are limited, so we encourage students to apply early.