Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I apply for admission?
- Why can't I login to myDixie?
- Is my admissions application complete?
- How do I apply for residency?
- Questions about Dates & Deadlines
- Why were my classes dropped?
- Why can't I get into the class I'm trying to register for?
- What are the Testing Center hours?
- Where can I get a class schedule, catalog?
- How can I schedule a campus tour? Get an Information Packet?
- Can my Parents see my Grades?
- How do I apply for a scholarship?
For New Students:
- Completed application
- $35.00 non-refundable fee
- Official high school transcripts or GED scores
- Test results (ACT, SAT, CPT)
- If you are a transfer student, we need official college transcripts for all schools attended. If transferring more than 24 credits, however, then high school transcripts/test scores are not required. Submitting test scores may still be helpful, though, depending on which classes you are enrolling in for prerequisite checking.
To see requirements for the additional student types, refer to the Admissions Summary Sheet.
Why can't I login to myDixie?
The most common reasons why students cannot login include:
- You are not fully admitted yet (see here)
- You are admitted but aren't entering the correct login & PIN number (call 652-7708)
- You have entered the incorrect PIN number more than three times and have been locked out.
- Your web browser is not accepting cookies (see google's article: How to Enable Cookies).
You can use your banner student number or your social security number (without slashes or dashes) for your user ID. Initially, your PIN is your six digit birth date.
Is my admissions application complete?
You can find out by contacting the admissions office phone: 435-652-7708, or email at email@example.com
How do I apply for residency?
Complete the Application for Resident Classification and either drop it by the Registrar's Office, fax it to (435) 879-4005, or mail it to DSU Registrar's Office, 225 S 700 E, St. George, UT 84770.
For a complete description of the residency requirements, go here
Questions about Dates & Deadlines
Please refer to our Academic Calendar.
Why were my classes dropped?
In addition to students dropping the courses themselves, you can also be dropped if: a.) tuition is not paid by the tuition deadline, b.) you do not attend the first class and have not notified your instructor. Your instructor then has the prerogative of dropping you from his/her class, or c.) you do not meet the prerequisite for the class, and the appropriate department has discovered this and dropped you.
Why can't I get into the class I'm trying to register for?
The primary reasons why a student cannot register for their class(s) include:
- The course prerequisites have not been met (minimum test scores, need prior coursework, instructor permission needed, etc). If you have taken the prerequisite course, then your transfer work may not yet be posted on the system. Contact the advisement office (435-652-7690) to verify this or to contact transcript evaluation (435-652-7705).
- Have not met the course corequisites (i.e. must also register for LIB-1010).
- The student has a registration hold (have not attended orientation, owe money, etc.)
What are the Testing Center hours?
This information is located at the Testing Center Website
Where can I get a class schedule, catalog?
We no longer print the class schedule or catalog. They are available online at:Class Schedule
How can I schedule a campus tour? Get an Information Packet?
A tour can be scheduled either by filling out the online form. or by calling 435-652-7590. Call the same number for an Information Packet.
Can my Parents see my Grades?
Due to the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA), your parents are not entitled to this information unless they verify that you are still their dependent for tax purposes, or you give them permission. This is accomplished by filling out This Form, and either mailing or faxing (435-879-4005) to the Registrar's Office.
How do I apply for a scholarship?
When you apply for admission, you are automatically considered for an academic scholarship based on your high school GPA and ACT (or other) test scores. The difficulty of your course work is also taken into consideration. To apply for talent scholarships go to the: Financial Aid Website