Acceptance criteria are based on a student’s academic history and character evaluation. We seek to enroll students who have a background of scholastic ability and spiritual mindedness.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to limited scholarships and housing high school students are encouraged to complete the application process as soon as possible.

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ACADEMICS


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COMMUNITY

We seek to foster a healthy community of faculty, staff, and student relationships that best care for and encourage our school body.
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SERVICE

DCC is locally and globally minded, we seek to serve our local community, as well as send our students worldwide, spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ.

CRITERIA


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STEP ONE


ADMISSION

An international student is a student that is not a United States citizen or a legal Resident Alien that studies within the United States (not online).

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EARLY APPLICATION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED

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SPIRITUAL REFERENCE FORM

A recommendation form completed by an individual who can attest to your Christian faith. Form is found in the online application for Admission.

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PICTURE

A current photo of the student.

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TRANSFER OF ELIGIBILITY

APPLICATION FEE

A non-refundable $30 application fee
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SCORES

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TRANSCRIPTS

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TOEFL

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).  For TOEFL information go to ETS.org. | See Details

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FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENT AGREEMENT

Financial Arrangement Agreement Form. See Section 3 of packet.

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AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT

Affidavit of Support from all financial supporters. See Section 3 of packet

STEP TWO


SCHOLARSHIPS & FINANCIAL AID

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FINANCIAL ESTIMATE

Once institutional scholarship(s) are determined, a financial estimate will be created.

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CHECK CRUSADER E-MAIL

Check your “Crusader E-Mail” for any status updates of your financial aid process.

STEP THREE


HOUSING

APPLICATION

A fully completed Housing Application
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DEPOSIT

Pay the refundable deposit of $150 | Pay Now

Frequently Asked Questions


Can I enroll in online courses?
Students must take 9 hours out of a full-time course load (12 or more hours) on campus, in person. Online classes are allowed beyond that.
Do I get vacation time?
F-1 students are eligible to take an annual vacation after they complete one full academic year. A student may choose to return home for the duration of the summer before school starts back up again.
Am I allowed to work?
DCC currently only allows international students to work on-campus.
Do I need to take the TOEFL?
Most international students do need to submit a TOEFL. However, if you have previously received a degree from an English speaking school, you will likely not need the TOEFL test.
If I have a TOEFL, do I still need the SAT or ACT scores?
Maybe. If you have less than 12 hours of transferable, college level credit hours, you must take the ACT or SAT test and submit those scores as well. If you have 12 or more hours, you do not need those test scores. You can get information on these tests at www.act.org or www.sat.org.
How long does it take to find out if I am accepted?

Usually, it takes 3-5 business days for a file to be reviewed for an acceptance decision.

 

How do I apply for financial aid?

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What if I cannot show proof of payment for the cost of school?

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Do I have to live on campus?
We prefer that you do live on campus if you are under the age of 25. However, you can submit an Affidavit of U.S. Sponsor Providing Free Room & Board.
How will I make payments?
All international students are required to pay their first semester’s cost up front. After that, DCC will create a payment plan that allows the student to make monthly payments, bringing their balance to $0 before the next semester begins.

Still Have Questions?


Get a a quick answer from our admissions team at admissions@dallas.edu.

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TRANSCRIPTS

TOEFL

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