College can be stressful…for everyone. At Delta State, the goal is the make the endeavor a success, from start to finish. The Office of Admissions is dedicated to serving you and your student throughout the entire application process.

Please feel free to contact us at any time with questions or concerns at 662-846-4020 or admissions@deltastate.edu.

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TUITION/FEES

Tuition/Fees

$ 6739

Per Year

($3,3690.50/semester)

+Capital Improvement Fee $120/year

Application Fee $25 (non-refundable)

*Course related fees may apply. Please consult the Undergraduate University Catalog online for an estimation of these fees.

There are $0 out-of-state tuition fees for non-Mississippi residents.

Meal Plan

$ 3170

Per Year

($1,585 per semester)

 Freshmen and sophomores living on campus will receive the All Access Pass meal plan.

This includes unlimited meals at Young-Mauldin Dining Hall and $350 Flex Bucks that may be used at Young-Mauldin, Chick-fil-A, Java City, Burger Studio, P.O.D. Express, Burrito Bowl and university concessions.

Residence Hall

$ 4442*

Per Year

*Average cost

$75 Housing Application Fee

Rates shown as double occupancy. For specific hall rates and private room rates, visit www.deltastate.edu/housing.

Blansett | $4,500 ($2,250 per semester)
Brumby-Castle | $4,450 ($2,225 per semester)
Cain-Tatum | $4,250 ($2,125 per semester) 
Fugler-Hammett | $4,250 ($2,125 per semester) 
Foundation Hall | $4,800 ($2,400 per semester)
Lawler-Harkins | $4,400 ($2,200 per semester)

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SCHOLARSHIPS

Academic, leadership and private scholarships are available to first-time, incoming freshmen and transfer students. Scholarships are awarded based on criteria such as ACT/SAT score, GPA, leadership involvement, legacy status, geographical location, financial need and more. Students must have been admitted to the university and submitted a scholarship applicable for award eligibility.

Freshman Scholarships

Transfer Scholarships

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FINANCIAL AID

Types of Financial Aid

Grants

Delta State strives to provide every student with the resources available for financial aid. Federal grants may be applied for through FAFSA. Students will need to meet certain requirements to be eligible for the grants.

  • Federal Pell Grants
    The most need-based of the student aid programs, this program provides grant aid to low- and middle-income undergraduate students. Awards vary depending on the cost of attendance and financial circumstances of students and their families. Pell grants do not have to be repaid.Based on changes made to the Title IV student aid program by the recently enacted Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2012, undergraduate students can only receive a Federal Pell Grant for up to 12 semesters (or its equivalent).
  • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG)
    Participating schools award FSEOG to undergraduate students with exceptional financial need, based on the availability of funds. FSEOG awards for Delta State University usually ranges from $100 – $600 per year. FSEOG does not have to be repaid.

Loans

Several loan programs are available to fund college educations. Most have a low interest rate, and pay back is not required until graduation. Qualifications vary for each program.
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Student Employment

  • Federal Work Study
    Federal Work Study provides jobs for students with financial needs, allowing them to earn money to pay education expenses. Work study award amounts must be earned before they can be applied to the student account, so initial fees at registration will not be covered.
  • Regular Student Employment
    Regular student employment is the opportunity to work in a department on campus. Eligibility is not based on the incomes of the student or the family.
  • On-Campus Job
    Delta State’s Career Services serves to assist undergraduate and graduate students and alumni in their career journeys! Services include resume consultations, career coaching, job postings, job search planning, workshops on interviewing and business etiquette skills, on-campus interviews, email newsletter, Career Ambassadors’ student organization and much more.
    Career Services can assist students with finding on-campus and even off-campus jobs.
    Visit Career Services for more information on finding student jobs.

Helpful Resources

Fastweb | fastweb.com

FAFSA on the Web | www.fafsa.ed.gov

MTAG/MESG | www.riseupms.com

Financial Aid information | www.finaid.org

Contact Info

p: 662-846-4670
f: 662-846-4683

School Code
002403

FINANCIAL AID WEBSITE

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Important Dates

September 9 | ACT Test (Register by August 4)
September 15 | MTAG & MESG deadline
October 7, 2017 | Pig Pickin’ & DSU Day
October 28 | ACT Test (Register by September 22)
November 1 | Scholarship Application Priority Deadline
November 11, 2017 | Homecoming
December 9 | ACT Test (Register by November 3)
February 1 | Scholarship Application Deadline
February 10 | ACT Test (Register by January 12)
March 31 | HELP Grant deadline

April 2018 | Spring Preview Day & Go Green Weekend
April | Register for Orientation
July | Preferred payment deadline for fall to avoid class cancellation
August 1 | Application deadline for Fall 2018
August 2018 | Move-In Day

ADMISSIONS CHECKLIST

FALL SEMESTER

  • Create an account
    – An admissions account is a student’s one-stop shop for admission to Delta State — complete the application, register for events, view admissions status and more. www.deltastate.edu/account
  • Take the ACT or SAT
    – Delta State University’s college code for ACT is 002190 and the SAT college code is 1163.
    – Advice: Take it more than once! The test is given 3 times during the fall semester.
  • Apply for admission if you have not already
    – To complete the application online, visit www.deltastate.edu/apply. A non-refundable application fee of $25 is due at the time of application.
  • Submit Admission Documents
    – Request a 6 semester transcript be released to Delta State University through the high school counselor.
    – Request for ACT/ SAT to send official scores to Delta State.
    – Proof of immunization for measles, mumps, and rubella (two doses of MMR vaccine) is required.
  • Apply for Housing
    – A housing application and fee ($75) is required to reserve a room. Rooms are assigned according to date of application.
    – Freshmen who live outside a 30 mile radius of the university are required to live on campus the first year, as well as select a meal plan.
    – You do not have to be admitted into the university before applying for housing.
    – The housing application is accessible at www.deltastate.edu/housing.
  • Apply for Academic Scholarship
    – The priority deadline for a completed scholarship application for freshmen is November 1, and the final deadline is February 1. Transfer student priority deadline is May 1, and the final deadline is June 1.
    – To view and print the application, visit www.deltastate.edu/scholarships.
    – A complete scholarship application includes a resume and essay.
  • Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at www.fafsa.gov
    -Apply for Pell Grant, work-study, and student loans using Delta State’s school code of 002403.
    – The online application is available beginning October 1.
    – Tip: Keep a copy of the documents you submit and be mindful of important deadlines.
  • Set up a campus tour
    – To schedule a campus tour, please visit www.deltastate.edu/visit or contact our tour coordinator at 662-846-4020.
    – Tours are offered Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

SPRING SEMESTER

  • Complete your Mississippi grant application by going to www.mississippi.edu/financialaid
    – Apply for MTAG, MESG and HELP.
    – Applications for HELP are due March 31, but MTAG and MESG may be submitted until September 15. NOTE: This applies to MS Residents ONLY
  • Check the mail box
    – Room assignments (building and room number) along with roommate are mailed toward the end of March.
    — Scholarship award letters are mailed the end of March to those eligible for academic and privately funded scholarships.
  • Take the ACT or SAT
    – If needed, the ACT is offered in February, April, and June.
    – Delta State University’s college code for ACT is 002190 and the SAT college code is 1163.
  • Register for summer orientation
    There are typically three orientation sessions for freshmen, two sessions in June and one in July. Choose the best date that accommodates your
    summer vacation and work plans.
    – Registration is available in April at www.deltastate.edu/orientation.
  • Confirm eligibility for admission
    – Verify receipt of your final high school transcript.
    – Look for your certificate of admission which will be mailed after graduation.
  • Pay Tuition
    – Tuition is due approximately 10 days prior to the start of school in August.

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ADVANCED STANDING

CREDIT BY EXAMINATION
A maximum of 30 semester hours of undergraduate credit may be earned from the following sources: The Advanced Placement Test, College Level Examination Program (CLEP), and correspondence courses.

For credit on the following, contact the offices listed below.

ADVANCED PLACEMENT
The College Board’s AP Program offers 36 college-level courses for high school students. Each course culminates with an exam (usually taken in June) and allows academically prepared student to earn college credit.
Office of Admissions | 662-846-4020

CLEP
College Level Examination Program
Office of Counseling and Testing, 662-846-4690

INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM
Students may receive credit to fulfill major requirements in a discipline with achievement of scores of 5 or above in the International Baccalaureate program, as determined by the department/division.
Office of Admissions, 662-846-4020

CREDIT FOR MILITARY SERVICE
A student with military service may submit the appropriate military documents and receive credit for military service schools and activities. Recommendations of the American Council on Education (ACE) are used in determining credit.
Registrar’s Office, 662-846-4040

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ORIENTATION 2018

Delta State University Orientation sessions are designed to familiarize you with DSU policies and procedures while introducing you to faculty, staff, students and campus life. Dates for Orientation 2018 are COMING SOON! Registration and Schedules will be available when dates are posted.

Visit DELTASTATE.EDU/ORIENTATION to find information on the following:

  • Orientation Team
  • What To Bring
  • Campus & Cleveland
  • FAQs
  • Move-In Day
  • What Next?

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CAMPUS SAFETY

The University Police Department (UPD) strives to protect life and property, understand and serve the needs of the campus community, and improve the quality of life by building capacities and apprehending offenders in a manner consistent with law and reflective of shared university values. The UPD maintains a safe and secure environment for the students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

Delta State Police Website

24/7 campus surveillance and monitoring

Emergency Text Messaging

Free Campus Escorts

Emergency Easy-Access Phones

Bicycle Theft Program

Free Vehicle Boosts

Incident Reporting

Parking/Driving Enforcement

Free Vehicle Unlock

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Named Smithsonian Magazine’s “Number 2 Small Town to Visit in 2013, Cleveland is a hip little town in the heart of the Mississippi Delta.

Home to GRAMMY Museum Mississippi in the spring of 2016, Cleveland is a town filled with history, amazing shopping, dining and much more.

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