Congratulations on your acceptance to Daemen College! We look forward to welcoming our new students to campus.
Students intending to enroll in the Fall 2014 semester will be able to file a FAFSA after January 1, 2014 and packages will begin to be mailed on March 1, 2014.
After accepted students receive their financial aid packages Financial Aid Administration will provide further instructions about how to accept the aid package before the beginning of their start term.
NEXT STEPS TO TAKE
1) Submit your FAFSA form
Make sure you and your parents complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to be considered for need-based financial aid from Daemen College. In order for Daemen College to receive your information, you must provide our school code: 002808.
2) Register for Accepted Student Day
Accepted Student Day is March 22, 2014.
All accepted students and their families are invited to attend Accepted Student Day on campus where you can meet with faculty, staff, and students to learn more about what it’s like to be a student at Daemen College.
3) Send in your tuition deposit
To officially enroll, you must submit your deposit. You can pay the deposit online.
Or, you can mail in your deposit to:
Office of Admissions
4380 Main Street
Amherst, NY 14226
PLEASE NOTE: Tuition deposit is regarded as the student’s commitment to the College and is required in order to guarantee a seat in the entering class. The tuition deposit is non-refundable.
4) Send in your room deposit
Send in your room deposit if you desire campus housing.
A refund of the room deposit will be made if a written notice of withdrawal from residence is received by the Admissions Office by May 1. A full refund also will be made to those students not permitted to register for the fall term. Students who are not sure if they are academically qualified to continue should make this deposit; if they are not eligible to continue, a full refund will be made.
5) Join DCsocial
DCsocial is Daemen's accepted students social network. DCsocial is a great place to meet fellow accepted students and make new friends prior to orientation.
6) Freshman Orientation: July 14-15 or July 17-18
We have planned two summer orientation programs which include social activities and exposure to your academic program. You will have the opportunity to receive your fall course schedule, meet with a faculty advisor, academic support services personnel and student affairs staff.
7) Transfer Orientation: August 6
We have planned a summer orientation program which will offer you exposure to current students, academic support services personnel and the student affairs staff.