Your Journey Begins Here
Dallas Christian College offers a unique experience, combining scholastic excellence with core Christian values. DCC is an institution that will challenge you academically, encourage you spiritually, and promote Christ-like leadership skills that will prepare you to live a life of real influence.
Acceptance criteria are based on a student’s academic history and character evaluation. We seek to enroll students who have a background of scholastic ability and spiritual mindedness.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to limited scholarships and housing high school students are encouraged to complete the application process as soon as possible.
IS DCC RIGHT FOR YOU?
CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION
HIGH SCHOOL CREDITS
Applicants to the traditional undergraduate program must have graduated from an accredited secondary institution or satisfactorily completed the General Education Development (GED) examination. Students educated at home are encouraged to apply and are subject to the same requirements.
Applicants who do not meet some of the admissions criteria are encouraged to continue with the admissions process.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply?
- It’s really easy! Just go to: https://www.dallas.edu/apply/
You’ll need to fill out the online application and also turn in the following:
- Short Essay – Personal Testimony (instructions in the application)
- Spiritual Life Reference (instructions in the application)
- Send in your High School Transcript
- Send in your ACT or SAT Test Scores
- Pay the $30 Application Fee
For more information on the admissions process, go to: https://www.dallas.edu/admissions/freshman/
What are your admission requirements?
When making an admissions decision, we look at the application holistically. If you don’t meet one of our standards, we still encourage you to apply! Take a look at our minimum standards below:
- High School GPA of 2.5 SAT Score of 900 or above or ACT score of 19 (or meet one of our other qualifying test scores) or above
- Interested in a Christian Campus environment
How can I (and my family) afford going to Dallas Christian College?
Do you accept Dual-Credit classes that I took in high school?
Can I live on-campus?
What's student life like on DCC's campus?
There’ a variety of opportunities to get involved in student life activities while a student. Whether it’s attending a sporting event, being a part of student government, being involved with ministry teams, or showing up to a student hang out (like a super bowl party or a scavenger hunt through The Galleria Mall), there’s always something to do while a student at DCC. It’s up to you to get involved! Check out our Student life page for more info!
What makes Dallas Christian College different from other colleges?
You can go to any college and graduate with a degree in the field of your choice. Any college can prepare you for your profession. Where DCC is unique is that we will prepare you for both your LIFE and your PROFESSION. Through our small faculty to student ratios, our intentional mentoring program, our intentional Christian culture that’s on-campus and in the classrooms, and our close-knit community, you will be challenged to grow both as a student and as a person while attending DCC. To find out more, come take a visit and see why DCC is different!
How can I get involved with a church ministry while being at student at DCC?
I'm interested in playing on an athletic team. How do I contact the coach?
We love our athletic programs at DCC! To get connected with a coach, just fill out this form and a coach will be in touch with you shortly.
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SAT | ACT | Other Scores
The criteria for admission is 900 on the SAT (math section – 450 & reading and writing section 450) or 19 ACT composite.
Texas Success Initiative Assessment (TSIA): Mathematics – 350, Reading – 351, Writing – 5 or higher on the essay section or 4 or higher on the essay section combined with a340 or higher on the multiple-choice section.
STAAR Scores: Level 2 English III – 4000, Level 2 Algebra II – 4000.
TAKS: English Language Arts – 2200 (with a writing score of 3 or higer), Math – 2200.
CLT: Reading and Writing – 44 or higher. Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning – 14 or higher
Transferable grades of college-level course work in the areas of Composition I, Composition II, Mathematics