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Dorsey Business Schools Admissions

Dorsey School of Business-Madison Heights follows a simple application and admission process that includes a total of 4 steps, which are as follows: Step 1 in the application and admission process: Submitting the application A candidate is first required to apply to the school as part of the admission procedure at Dorsey School of Business-Madison Heights. Interested candidates can either apply online or by calling the school at (248) 588-9660. Those willing to take admission can also directly visit the university's administration at 31739 John R Road, Madison Heights, Michigan 48071. Otherwise, they can contact Dorsey School of Business-Madison Heights's admissions office by phone in order to take admission. Step 2: Acceptance by DSBMH After submission of the form and deposition of the enrollment fee, an applicant has to submit certain documents, to receive an admission decision. In the case of Dorsey School of Business-Madison Heights, an applicant has to submit the following documents: Essay: This is also known as the personal statement, it offers applicants to list their achievements and personality. Applicants are advised to include personal experiences and anecdotes as well. Transcripts: As a part of the evaluation process, candidates have to submit necessary high-school and school transcripts. An applicant can submit the transcripts through Parchment (or similar platforms). Official Test Scores: By submitting the official scores, students can make a stronger claim for a seat at Dorsey School of Business-Madison Heights. However, it is not a mandatory requirement and not all students submit their scores. The school may request additional documents or information from the applicants once the reviewing process is over. Step 3: Confirm Your Attendance As part of the Step 3 in the admission process, the candidates must confirm their attendance to Dorsey School of Business-Madison Heights. The candidates will be required to complete their Financial Check-In process and select their housing, too. This step essentially involves reviewing and verifying the summary of Accounts and Financial Aid (scholarships, fees, and tuition costs), choosing a lodging option, selecting a payment plan, and making the first payment, too. Candidates will be required to complete the Math and English assessments before proceeding to register for classes. Step 4 includes registration for classes Once all the processes mentioned above are completed, the candidates will be required to register for courses.

SAT Scores you need to get in

SAT scores have been considered a good way to help colleges interpret the students' overall academic performance. But it is important to note that there is no concrete information regarding the average SAT score or similar requirements for admission to Dorsey School of Business-Madison Heights. Notably, at the university, SAT scores are not one of the mandatory requirements to get an admission.

ACT Scores you need to get in

ACT scores are believed to make a candidate a strong applicant for securing admission to any school or college. However, at Dorsey School of Business-Madison Heights, candidates have an option to submit their ACT scores to get a seat at the college. It must also be noted that DSBMH does not put much emphasis on the same. Notably, no official data about the minimum requirements concerning the ACT scores has been made publicly available.

Estimated GPA Requirements & Average GPA

Grade Points Average (GPA) The average high school GPA of the admitted students

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Admission Requirements

What Really Matters When Applying

High School GPA

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High School Rank

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High School Transcript

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College Prep Courses

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SAT/ACT

FALSE

Recommedations

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Admission Deadlines

Application Deadline Deadline for application submissions. Please contact the school for more details.

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Application Fee Application fees may vary by program and may be waived for certain students. Please check with the school.

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Early Decision Deadline

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Early Action Deadline

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Offer Action Deadline

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Offers Early Decision

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Application Website

www.dorsey.edu/tech-school-application.php

Accepts Common App

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Accepts Coalition App

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Every school and school has its own application deadlines, but they fall around the same time. Early applicants (early action, early decision, or single-choice early action) generally need to get their applications in November which varies for different universities. In the due course of scrutinizing applications, the varsity also considers various factors to make error-less decisions. Fall applications, which are rather preferred by the students, start in September and usually go on till April. Though the final deadline is in April, a deadline has been set in September as well. As the varsity also provides scholarships, those students who wish to be considered for such grants must apply by September, i.e., before the April-deadline, so that the scrutinizing processes can be carried out properly. These scholarships will help the students fund their education and also help them be a part of other initiatives hosted by the sponsoring team.

Credits Accepted

AP Credit

Implied no

Dual Credit

Implied no

Credit for Life Experiences

Implied no

The majority of the universities in the US incentivize students by helping them score school credit through certain courses offered in high school. There are many such programs that are at disposal for the students. Some of the famous ones include AP Credit, CLEP (Credit for Life Experiences), and Dual Enrollment (also known as Dual Credit). However, there is no common policy and instead, colleges follow their own, separate policy regarding these credits. There are multiple perks for the usage of these courses such as higher GPA, shorter time to finish a degree, and increased chances of completing a degree. To pursue AP and CLEP credits, students are instructed to visit collegeboard.org and request to submit the scores to the school of their choice.

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