City University of Sioux Falls follows an open-door with guided placement admissions policy. The University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex or sexual orientation, color, age, religion, national origin, or disability in admitting students. Although potential students may apply any time, applicants are encouraged to complete the admission process by the priority enrollment due dates.

Application forms for admission to the University may be obtained from the:

City University of Sioux Falls

519 West 22nd Street, Suite 100, Sioux Falls, SD 57105

Admissions Office

Telephone: (605) 215-9039

Or, downloaded from www.cityusf.us.

 

Application for admission must be submitted to the Admissions Office. A nonrefundable application fee is required. It is the prospective student’s responsibility to make certain that appropriate college transcripts, recommendations and financial support documents (for international students only) are provided either with the application or promptly thereafter.  Until all required records are provided, the student’s status will be placed as provisional. Provisional admission is intended for those who are missing admissions documents other than an application, application fee and an official transcript from the institution granting their highest completed degree.  Provisional admission status may be granted upon the recommendation of an academic department. If this is the case, a student’s official admission will not be completed until the University receives documents such as financial statements and proofs of English proficiency (international students), recommendation letters and official transcripts. While a student who is admitted provisionally will be allowed to enroll for his/her first quadmester, all admission provisions must be cleared by the end of the first quadmester of enrollment. If students fail to clear their provisional status by the end of the first enrolled quadmester, an administrative hold will be placed on their academic record, preventing their registration for future quadmester, and their student status may be revoked. The University reserves the right to refuse admission to an applicant if it appears that this action is in the best interest of the applicant and/or the University. 

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