How it Works

Rolling Admissions

  • We review applications on a rolling basis. Regular decision deadline is Februrary 15. Rolling admissions starts after Februrary 15.

  • You can apply anytime after you have completed your junior year of high school.
  • Your will receive your admissions decision in approximately six weeks after all parts of your application have been received.
  • We are currently accepting applications for the Class of 2025 (entering Fall 2021).
  • We encourage you to apply early because places are filled on a first-come, first-served basis

Application Fee

  • There is a $30 fee to apply

No Minimum Requirements

  • There is no minimum scores on the SAT or ACT, GPA, or class rank for consideration or admission.
  • Each student is holistically evaluated for their unique academic achievements, record of service, and commitment to study in relationship to the program

Standardized Tests

  • SAT or ACT score is optional [Institution code 4282]
  • We require TOEFL score for international students who speak English as a second language

International Applicants

  • The deadline for international students is February 15, 2021.  After this date, international applications are considered on a space-available basis. 

Application Checklist

  • Application and essays: Complete our application and supplementary essays
  • Two letters of reference, including at least one from a teacher. The other can be another teacher, or someone else you knows you well
  • Transcripts: All official high school [and college, if applicable] transcripts, sealed and mailed directly by the school[s]
  • SAT or ACT score is optional [Institution code 4282]
  • TOEFL score for students who speak English as a second language
  • Interview: Personal or online video interview

Upon Admission

Acceptance remains provisional until after DRBU has received and favorably reviewed the following:
  • Final highschool transcript, establishing satisfactory grades through the second semester of the senior year
  • Student health and registration forms
DRBU retains full discretion to withdraw an offer of admission at any time. An offer of admission may be rescinded if the University discovers behavior, past or present, that brings into question an admitted student's honesty, maturity, moral character, or ability to follow the DRBU Student Code of Conduct. See the rescission of admissions policy for further details.