La Salle University - Dual Admissions Agreement
This Dual Admissions (DA) program guarantees admission to La Salle with junior status for those students graduating from DCCC from the programs listed below. This allows full-time students to complete the bachelor's degree program within two-years time. Students may attend as a full-time or part-time student. Please refer to the full agreement found in Transfer Check.
To enroll, students must complete an Intent to Enroll form before earning 45 college credits.
Students must earn a minimum 2.50 GPA (3.0 cumulative and science GPA for the Nursing program; 2.75 cumulative and science GPA for the Nutrition program) and only credits from courses with grades of "C" or higher will transfer. Courses with grades of "D" may transfer for the General Education Core. A maximum of 70 credits may be accepted in transfer. The application fee will be waived.
If accepted, students must enroll at La Salle within one-year of their graduation from DCCC and not attend any other institutions following graduation.
Fall Semester: July 1
Spring Semester: December 1
Scholarship amounts are awarded to those transferring under the terms of this agreement.
(full-time) (dated 2017)
|3.30 - 4.00||$11,000/year|
|2.80 - 3.29||$9,000/year|
|2.50 - 2.79||$4,000/year|
An additional $1,500/year may be awarded for the Dual Admission Achievement Scholarship.
Scholarships are also available to Phi Theta Kappa members and Legacy students.
|DCCC major||La Salle University major|
|Administration of Justice||Criminal Justice|
|Business Administration||Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Business Systems & Analytics, International Business, Management & Leadership, Business Administration|
|Communication Arts: Journalism or Communication Studies Options||Communication|
|Liberal Arts||Including, but not limited to Art History, Economics, English, Spanish, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion, Sociology|
|Mathematics/Natural Science||Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry|
|Political Science||Political Science|
|Science for Health Professions||Public Health, Nursing, Nutrition (Didactic Program Only)|
|Social Work||Social Work|