NEW STUDENT CHECKLIST
Welcome, new students! We look forward to your arrival on campus in August. The checklist below will help ensure you have a smooth transition into our Dunwoody community. It also provides contact information for the applicable departments. Please give us a call or stop by anytime if you have questions:
Once you are admitted, all official emails from the College will be sent to your Dunwoody email account. Log on to my.dunwoody.edu to locate your new email account and tour the website to access class schedules, calendars, statement information etc. Check your Dunwoody email often for financial aid and campus information. Your access information is mailed to you along with your acceptance letter. Unable to log in? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Student ID card Photo Submission
At Dunwoody College of Technology, students have the option to send in their own pictures for their student ID. If you wish to take your own Dunwoody ID photo please use the following guidelines.
Your Dunwoody student ID photo must be:
- In color
- 2 x 2 inches (1200 x 1200 pixels) in size
- Taken within the last six months to reflect your current appearance
- Taken in front of a plain white or gray background
- Taken with a neutral face expression or natural smile with both eyes open
- Taken in clothing that you wear on a daily basis:
- Clothing cannot reference alcohol, tobacco, and drug-related material.
- Uniforms, clothing that looks like a uniform, and camouflage attire should not be worn in photos except in the case of religious attire that is worn daily.
- You may only wear a hat or head covering if you wear it daily for religious purposes. Your full face must be visible and your head covering cannot obscure your hairline or cast shadows on your face.
- Headphones, wireless hands-free devices or similar items are not acceptable in your photo.
- If you normally wear prescription glasses, a hearing device or similar articles, they may be worn for your photo.
- Dark glasses or non-prescription glasses with tinted lenses are not acceptable unless you need them for medical reasons.
- Attach your student ID photo to an email and send it to studentID@dunwoody.edu
- Subject line of the email should say “Student ID”
- In the body of the email write your full (first, middle, & last) name. If available, please include what program into which you are enrolled.
NOTE: If you do not wish to take your own student ID photo, Dunwoody IT can take one for you at new student orientation.
Mandatory Title IX Training
Beginning fall 2016, Minnesota law requires that all students complete Title IX Training. Title IX states that: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. This online training, which includes a quiz at the end, will take approximately 45 minutes to complete. After you receive a passing grade on the quiz, a message of completion will be sent to the Dean of Students. You can find the link to the training here: dunwoody.edu/students/title-ix. Please note this training is mandatory and must be completed before Aug 22. For questions, contact Dean of Students Kelli Sattler at email@example.com or 612.381.3437.
Paying for College
Please complete the following forms:
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for Financial Aid
- State Grant Questionnaire (Word document)
Have questions on these forms? Contact Financial Aid at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612.374.5800.
Questions? Contact the Student Accounts Office at email@example.com or 612.381.3414.
For more information regarding grants, scholarships, loans, work study opportunities and more, visit Paying for College.
How does Parking work at Dunwoody?
Parking is free for all students. You can pick up your permit at any point before the semester begins.
Where can I eat while on campus?
Our dining partner, Taher Café, provides a wide variety of home cooked breakfast and lunch options on a daily basis. Learn more about them on the Taher Café website.
How does Registration Work at Dunwoody?
The Registrar’s Office processes registration for students once they are accepted to Dunwoody. The College uses a cohort model of registration: all students in the same program and same term start are registered together for upcoming required classes. It also ensures that students have access to the courses they need and can complete their program in a timely manner. Students are only registered for the courses required by their curriculum. New students will receive a paper copy of their schedule at Orientation and can view their schedule via My.Dunwoody. All registered courses will appear for the student in My.Dunwoody under the Home or Classes tab. All registration questions may be directed to the Registrar’s Office.
Where do you plan to live?
We understand the importance of finding a safe comfortable place to live during your time as a Dunwoody student. Please utilize our 2016-2017 housing guide (PDF download) to help with your search. For questions, please contact Molly, Zac, or Jonathon in Student Services.
Request for Learning Accommodations
We want to ensure that all students have an opportunity to be successful in college. If you require learning accommodations to support you in this endeavor, it is up to you to inform Dunwoody as soon as possible. Please complete the Student Request for Learning Accommodation or Special Need Form (PDF download) and email to:
Kelli Sattler, Dean of Students, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to call 612.381.3437 with questions.
How can I get involved?
While classes can be demanding and schedules can feel full at times, we strongly encourage you to join a student organization, attend a campus program or event, and make this community your new home away from home. For questions about opportunities beyond the classroom please contact Kelli Sattler, Dean of Students, at email@example.com or 612.381.3437.
New Student Days
Just prior to the start of the fall and spring semester, Dunwoody hosts New Student Days. The next sessions will take place August 15 – August 18, 2016. During this program, you will meet with instructors and fellow classmates, receive materials for your program and lay the foundation for a successful college career at Dunwoody. This is your day to ask questions, explore the campus, and take care of business before the semester gets rolling. Remember that Dunwoody is about your time both in and out of the classroom. If you are interested in leadership opportunities, members of our Student Government will also be present to answer questions and to identify potential new Association members. You will receive a postcard and an email with the specific days and times. If you have any questions or concerns please email Zac Mans
Celebrate with your classmates
Finally, make sure to connect with us and your fellow classmates on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter. You are now part of our Dunwoody family. We want to hear from you and support you during this exciting time.