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High School Counselors

You have an important job in helping students navigate the college admission process, and we want to support your counseling efforts. Here, we provide more information about UD so you can help your students apply with confidence.

undergraduate Admission Deadlines

The University of Dayton has two deadlines for submitting admission materials:

  • Early Action (non-binding): November 1
  • Regular Decision: February 1

Once all materials are received, our committee reviews the application for admission to the academic major or program selected. Learn more about our admission process.

Application deadlines and admission processes can differ for international students. More information for international students is available on our Undergraduate International Admission site.

undergraduate Admission Timeline 

  • October 1: FAFSA Available
  • November 1: Early Action (non-binding)
  • November: Admission Decisions Released
  • December: Scholarship Letters Released
  • January: Financial Aid Offers Released
  • May 1: Enrollment Decision Date

transfer Admission Deadlines

The University of Dayton has multiple deadlines for submitting admission materials, depending on the student and the enrollment term:

Transfer Students 

  • Fall semester: Early action - February 1, Regular decision - July 1
  • Spring semester: December 1
  • First summer session: April 15
  • Second summer session: May 15

International Transfer Students 

  • Fall semester (August through December): May 1
  • Spring semester (January through April): November 1
  • Summer session (May through July): Case-by-Case Basis

UD Sinclair Academy Students

  • Fall semester: August 1
  • Spring semester: February 1

Once all materials are received, our committee reviews the application for admission to the academic major or program selected. 


To reward students' hard work, the University offers merit scholarships, worth up to $124,000 (over four years) to incoming first-year students, and full-time transfer students are also eligible for a $12,000-per-year scholarship, Academic Excellence Awards and more. International merit scholarships up to $25,000 per year are also available to selected students.

Students will automatically be considered for merit scholarships as part of the admission process.

Four-Year Approach to Tuition

At the University of Dayton, we want students to have a successful college experience and peace of mind regarding the cost of their degree. That's why we created a four-year approach to tuition with complete transparency.


We've partnered with RaiseMe to encourage students to start building skills for college success beginning in the 9th grade. By recording their achievements, students can also begin earning our merit scholarships, which they can track on their RaiseMe profile. 

And as a counselor, you can create an educator account to help introduce your students to RaiseMe and see their activity.

Counselor Events

Guiding students makes your time extremely valuable. We will reach out when there are opportunities to engage with representatives from the University of Dayton in your local area as well as virtually. We aim to offer a select number of in person events within your region in the fall semester. When conducive, we will offer a high school counselor and CBO visit program. 

Fall 2022, we will host several breakfasts in select locations. During this time, we will share any pertinent university updates and share our admission timeline. We look forward to also hearing from you and the pulse at your school!

  • Kansas City- September 9th, 9:00am CST
  • Dayton- September 12th, 8:30am EST
  • Cleveland- September 13th, 8:30am EST
  • Columbus- September 15th, 8:30am EST
  • Indianapolis- September 16th, 8:30am EST
  • Cincinnati- September 23rd, 8:30am EST
  • Detroit- September 27th, 8:30am EST
  • Pittsburgh- September 29th, 8:30am EST
  • Chicago- September 29th, 11:00am CST
  • St. Louis- September 30th, 8:30am EST

View Locations & Register Here

On-Campus Visits and Events

We believe the best way to determine if the University of Dayton is the right fit for your students is to have them visit.  A variety of campus visit options are offered to meet student schedules, and registering through our online calendar makes it easy. 

Off-Campus and virtual Events

Your students are invited to experience UD during our off-campus and virtual admission events. A variety of opportunities are offered throughout the year to help your students learn more about the Flyer community.



Office of Recruitment and Admission

Albert Emanuel Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1602
Contact Undergraduate Admission