Below is a list of frequently ask questions related to the admission process at College of DuPage. If you still need assistance, contact Admissions and Outreach.
You should always talk to the school where you are transferring. You can also refer to Transfer Information.
It is not required, but we strongly recommended that you do meet with an advisor.
College of DuPage is a member of the Comprehensive Agreement Regarding the Expansion of Educational Resources (CAREER), an agreement that provides expanded educational services with 38 other community colleges in Illinois.
Members of the CAREER consortium offer in-district tuition rates for select career and technical programs. Under the agreement, out-of-district students can enroll in an applied science program at College of DuPage that may not be available through their area community college.
Please visit the CAREER consortium page for details and to see a list of all the member colleges of the CAREER consortium.
Students who reside outside the College of DuPage district but are employed full time (35+ Hours) within the district may be eligible for Special Residency Classification after submitting proof of employment.
Please visit the Residency page for more information.
Not unless you are moving from outside of District 502 to in-district or the College of DuPage has mail that was sent to you but was returned to us by the post office.
Please note that all limited-enrollment health science programs require every student to prove their residency status for admissions purposes.
The Admissions Office is operating during regular business hours:
- Monday and Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Wednesday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.