United States Military Veterans
Dominican University is committed to making the enrollment process as seamless as possible for all undergraduate and graduate student veterans. We recognize the tremendous sacrifices you have made to serve our country, and in keeping with our mission, we would like to extend the opportunity for you to attend Dominican University. Besides the availability of potential state and federal financial assistance, we also accept all forms of GI Bill and are active participants in the Yellow Ribbon initiative through the Post 9/11 GI Bill. Download the VA Education Benefit Enrollment Certification Form
Dominican has over 50 undergraduate majors to choose from. See if we have the major for you.
Undergraduate Admissions Requirements:
- 2.5/4.0 GPA
- no high school transcripts
- ACT/SAT required if 24 or more transferable hours
Application Deadline: None – rolling admission
Cost of Attendance (2014-2015):
Full Time Tuition (12-18 credit hours) - $29,920
Room and Board (varies) - $8,818-$10,640
Graduate Student Programs
Please click on a particular link below for a description of academic programs, admission requirements, and tuition information
- Brennan School of Business
- Graduate School of Library and Information Science
- Graduate School of Social Work
- School of Education
- School of Professional and Continuing Studies
Academic Scholarships ranging from $6,000-15,000 per year are available to qualified, full-time students who meet the necessary academic criteria for the award. Get more specific information on merit scholarships.
Dominican University Grants are awarded to undergraduate students who demonstrate significant financial need. These grants may be reduced or eliminated if other sources of financial aid are added to the original financial aid award or your housing plans change. The DU Grant is applied to direct costs and, for resident students, is used to defray the cost of living on campus.
Endowed Scholarships are applied to direct costs and, for resident students, are also used to defray on-campus housing costs.
Director of Transfer Admission
Fax: (708) 524-6864
Communications and Records Specialist