Cost of attendance budgets include average costs associated with all of the educational expenses a student will incur during the academic year. This includes tuition and fees, room and board or rent, utilities, and groceries, expenses for books and supplies, local transportation costs, and miscellaneous personal expenses.
The cost of tuition, fees, and on campus room and board are established by the University’s Board of Trustees annually and are subject to change.
New students entering select graduate programs may qualify for merit-based graduate scholarships.
May 15 - Fall Semester
Nov 15 - Spring Semester
Program specific deadlines for Fall-only admission:
Feb 1 - Occupational Therapy (Closed for Fall 2013)
Mar 15 - Biological Sciences
Apr 1 - Counseling Psychology
May 15 - Clinical Laboratory Sciences
*Dominican follows a rolling admission policy. Applications will be accepted after the priority deadline on a space-available basis. Contact us for information on space-availability.