Delta State University’s

Undergraduate Admissions Hub

Learn. Apply. Connect.

Welcome to DSU’s Undergraduate Admissions Hub!

This is your one-stop virtual shop to learn all about DSU and its programs, sports, extracurricular activities, and housing. You also can apply for admission and scholarships on this online hub.

If you’re a high school junior or senior, connect to DSU by joining the Statesmen Club through this hub. It’s a great way to engage with DSU students, faculty, and staff; enjoy campus programming; participate in academic support systems; and utilize additional resources as future Statesmen and Lady Statesmen.

Book an On-Campus Tour or Individual Information Session

Book your On-Campus Or Virtual Tour now!

There is no substitute for experiencing Delta State University for yourself.  Meet our amazing faculty, students and staff firsthand. DSU is excited to welcome future Statesmen to campus. Delta State University has health protocols in place to ensure that your visit is safe.  Can’t visit campus?  We also offer Virtual Tours!

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Learn more about what it’s like being a student at Delta State by visiting with a current Delta State Student.

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Campus Overview

DSU is a public institution that provides undergraduate and graduate curricula to about 3,500 students across the U.S. and 50 countries. It’s affordable and innovative.

DSU Majors

DSU offers 40+ majors, plus a distinctive mix of foundational and professional programs. Our emphasis on teaching and learning helps prepare students for career inroads and graduate school.


Ready to JOIN IN? OCTOBER & NOVEMBER Activities & Events are waiting for you to participate and have some DSU fun! Submit your DSU Pumpkin Pop-Art and Tik Tok.

Student Testimonials

I came to DSU from Florida as a freshman in 2015 with a swimming scholarship. An injury soon ended my swimming career—and scholarship. Fall 2017 and spring 2018, I took 22-25 credit hours on campus—more than a traditional load. I also maintained four part-time jobs, lifeguarding and teaching fitness. Somehow, I managed to graduate in three years with a B.S. in health, physical, education, and recreation (HPER). I had been preliminarily accepted into DSU’s M.Ed. HPER program but had no idea how I would pay the bills. Student Affairs suggested I enter the Miss Delta State University Pageant because the winner receives a $2,600 scholarship, plus other incentives. I sang Loren Allred’s “Never Enough” and adopted Body Image 3D as my platform. I’m honored to represent DSU and grateful for the opportunities it has given me.

Chesney Mardis ’18 & Miss DSU 2019

After my campus tour senior year, I went to a DSU baseball game and met some of the greatest students. People I didn’t know asked me how I liked the campus and gave me tips to help me be successful at DSU. They made me feel important and part of their DSU family—and I hadn’t even applied yet! I went home and immediately did exactly that. I am now in my senior year, majoring in health care administration. I know choosing DSU was the best decision. I have professors who are friends and friends who have become family. I became involved in more than 15 organizations on campus. Delta State is my favorite place in the world. In a way, it should be; I’m a third-generation DSU student. I am proud to be an Admissions Recruiter and a Lady Statesman.

Elizabeth Swindle
President, Student Government Association Fall 2019 – Spring 2020


Official transcripts must be sent directly by the school or institution, or a certified representative. Transcripts may be mailed in a sealed envelope to: Delta State University Office of Admissions, Kent Wyatt Hall Suite 117, 1003 West Sunflower Road, Cleveland MS 38733. E-scripts are also accepted and may be sent to

Sexual Harassment Statement

In accordance with Title IX, Delta State University is committed to maintaining a learning and working environment free from sexual and gender-based discrimination, harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, sexual intimidation, stalking, dating violence, domestic violence, or any other behavior that is non-consensual or has the purpose or effect of coercing a person or persons. For questions or concerns about Title IX, please visit or contact Deidra Byas, Title IX Coordinator at (662)846-4690 or email

For questions, please contact Deidra Byas in Counseling and Testing at 846-4690

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