Delta State University does not accept academic documents, including transcripts or test scores for admission review or scholarship awarding. Official transcripts must be sent by the school or institution or a certified representative, like the counselor. Transcripts may be mailed in a sealed and stamped envelope to Office of Admissions, Kent Wyatt Hall Suite 117, Cleveland MS 38733. E-scripts are also accepted and may be sent to email@example.com.
Admission Required Documents
High School Transcript– Official high school transcript after graduation. A 6-semester unofficial transcript may be accepted for provisional, early admission.
Application Fee- Potential students must complete the requested fields within the admission application and pay the non-refundable $25 application fee. Delta State University charges a non-refundable fee each time an undergraduate application is submitted for admission. Applicants are required to submit payment via credit/debit card in order for the admission application to be processed.
Potential students who have been granted a test waiver from ACT or SAT should email a copy of their receipt prior to completing the application for admission. The order number from the testing agency will be used to create a one-time use discount code for the prospective student that qualifies to receive a code. Promo codes are limited to one per student and valid on the undergraduate application.
Test Scores- Delta State’s college code for the ACT is 2190 and the SAT college code is 1163. If you participate in the Advanced Placement Program (AP) the school code is 1163. Be sure to list Delta State on the registration form so your test scores will be sent to us.
Immunization Records– Proof of (2) immunizations for measles, mumps and rubella is required of all students, unless exempt because of (1) actual, suspected, pre-planned pregnancy, (2) medical contraindication or (3) birth prior to 1957.
Proof of Immunization– A. Measles, Mumps, and Rubella Proof of immunization of measles, mumps, and rubella is required (two doses of the MMR vaccine) of all students, unless exempt because of (a) actual or suspected pregnancy (measles or rubella vaccines are not required for females who are pregnant; if pregnancy is suspected, a valid certificate of medical exception from a health provider is required until pregnancy is resolved), (b) medical contraindication, or (c) birth prior to 1957. Temporary waivers may be granted for students enrolled in distance learning courses and/or programs where their time on campus is limited to a minimum number of hours as determined by the admitting IHL institution. (BT Minutes, 2/2009; 3/2010; 11/2010)
- HEPATITIS B Proof of hepatitis B vaccination is required for students who are involved in health education programs that cause them to be potentially exposed to blood or other bodily fluids. (BT Minutes, 1/93; 1/98; 2/2009; 3/2010). TUBER CULOSIS Proof of test screening for tuberculosis by chest x-ray and interferon gamma release assays (IGRA) performed in the United States prior to the start of classes is required for all international students. (BT Minutes, 1/93; 1/98; 2/2009; 3/2010; 2016)
Cancelled Test Scores
Should the testing agency cancel official test scores for tests used to make admission decisions described in this policy, the university will take the following action:
If classes have begun and the student is currently enrolled, the cancelled score/s will be removed from Banner and Recruit. Future course prerequisites will not be met using the cancelled score. Scholarship awards will be adjusted accordingly upon receipt of cancellation notice. The student will remain enrolled because he/she met admission requirements and was admitted in good faith prior to the test score cancellation; however, the need for intermediate coursework will be evaluated.
If classes have not begun, the cancelled score/s will be removed from Banner and Recruit and scholarship offers will be adjusted accordingly. The student may be asked to sit for a national test, residual ACT or Accuplacer depending on the date of test score cancellation and the highest valid score on file.