Application Process

Whether you are still exploring your options, or you are ready to apply we are here to help! Below are some commonly asked questions about the application process. Our Dunwoody Admissions Counselors are also available to answer questions and guide you through the process. Reach out to at any time.

How do I apply?

  1. Fill out the online application.
  2. Follow the instructions to provide your official transcripts.
  3. Talk with an admissions counselor to ensure Dunwoody is the right fit.

Paying For College

Dunwoody utilizes the same price structure for its online offerings as it does for its in-person programs, see our tuition and fee page for details.

Dunwoody also understands the importance of learning with the right technology, so laptops and software are included in the overall price.

Students enrolled in the online program may be eligible for federal and/or state loans and grants, as well as scholarships. We encourage students to complete the FAFSA and speak with our Financial Aid office about your options for paying for college.

Transfer Process & Requirements

Most construction or architecture-related associate of applied science/associate of science degrees will transfer into Dunwoody’s Construction Management bachelor completion degree or the Bachelor of Architecture degree.

Since the programs between the schools do not match-up course for course, Dunwoody offers a block transfer of up to 45 credits for Architecture and up to 44 credits for Construction management toward the technical course requirements at Dunwoody College of Technology. In addition Dunwoody will transfer up to 30 General Education (Arts & Science) credits from
your college experience.

Talk with your admissions counselor to set up a transfer evaluation. You can also use our Transferology tool to see which of your classes transfer.

Transfer guides have been created for programs and colleges that have been evaluated for block transfers into either the Bachelor of Architecture or Bachelor of Science in Construction Management. Click here to view the list of guides by state.

Note: The Registrar’s Office will still need to do an official credit evaluation when you apply to Dunwoody.

In addition, there are a few procedures and steps we’ll need to follow, and a few things we’ll need from you, to ensure we make an informed admissions decision.

  • A completed application for enrollment
  • Your high school transcripts or GED certificate
  • Official college transcripts
  • A virtual interview with one of our admissions counselors is recommended to ensure that Dunwoody is the right fit for your educational and career goals
  • Optional ACT or SAT standardized test scores

What is the acceptance process like?

Once we have all the information needed to complete your admissions file, it will be sent to our admissions committee for a decision. The admissions committee meets once a week, and students are notified of admissions decisions within four business days. Your admissions counselor will keep you up-to-date on the status of your application.

Are scholarships available?

Yes! Each year, Dunwoody gives out more than $2 million in scholarship funding to students. Talk with your admissions counselor today to find out what scholarships you may qualify for.