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After Acceptance

Congratulations on your acceptance to SDC!

As you continue your journey toward becoming a San Diego Christian student, click the menu items for more information on the next steps needed for enrollment and to find answers to some of your key questions. Keep an eye on your mailbox and your inbox for lots more information. If you have any questions, please contact Admissions at 1-800-676-2242 or admissions@sdcc.eduSee you soon!

New Student Orientation (NSO)

August 24 – 27, 2018

The next few years of your journey to graduation starts with an incredible new student orientation weekend – a weekend filled with anticipation, excitement, tradition, and hope.

After Acceptance Checklist

Empower Web & Student Email

After being notified of admission, you will be provided with an SDC Student Portal username/email and password. Access the login page.

Complete or Update Your FAFSA

The FAFSA can be completed online at fafsa.ed.gov using the code 012031.  Once the FAFSA is complete, you will receive notice from our Enrollment Services department concerning your Financial Aid Award Package.

Tuition Deposit

The $250 tuition deposit confirms your intent to enroll at San Diego Christian College. All students must submit the tuition deposit in order to receive their class schedule. This deposit is non-refundable after May 1. Click here to pay your deposit.

Housing Deposit

The $250 housing deposit confirms your intent to live in student housing. All students must submit the housing deposit in order to reserve their spot in our student apartments and be placed in housing by our Resident Directors. This deposit is non-refundable after May 1. Click here  to pay your $250 housing deposit.

Post-acceptance Questionnaire

Click here to complete your post-acceptance questionnaire. This is required for all incoming students.

 TB Test:

All students are required to take a Tuberculosis Skin test (TB test) within one year of arriving on campus and submit their test results to SDC before the first day of classes. You can upload your test result into the Post-Acceptance Questionnaire above, or email a copy to admissions@sdcc.edu.

Final Transcript:

All final high school and college transcripts must be submitted after completion of your final semester.

Medical Form:

Your medical form asks you to verify your insurance carrier and other general information regarding your medical background. This will go directly to our campus nurse for her records. Submit the medical form here.

Confirmation of Residence Form:

All students must complete the confirmation of residence form to confirm their intent to live either on or off campus (students are required to live on campus unless 21 or living with an immediate family member). If you are planning to live on campus, this form along with your $250 housing deposit will allow Resident Directors to place you in student housing. Submit conformation of residence form here.

What to pack

Wondering what you need for your residence apartment? Here’s a full list

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