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University of Detroit Mercy offers a unique service-learning education with quality academic programs, supportive faculty, and hands-on learning opportunities through internships and cooperative education placements. Our academics are infused with value-based methods emphasizing ethics and social responsibility – the lifeline and drive behind the spirit of our community. We thoroughly believe in a well-rounded college experience – which is why we choose to complement our strong curriculum with enriching campus life right at the doorstep of big city opportunity. Detroit Mercy students are prepared for successful careers and rewarding lives from entrepreneurial endeavors to corporate America and beyond.
November 1, 2016 Early Decision 1
November 1, 2016 5-Year Physician Assistant Program
November 1, 2016 7-Year Dental Program 1
December 1, 2016 Scholarship Priority
January 1, 2017 Early Decision 2
January 1, 2017 7-Year Dental Program 2
March 1, 2017 Regular Admission
December 1, 2016 Early Decision 1
February 1, 2017 Early Decision 2
Rolling Regular Admission
Student Reply Dates
January 16, 2017 Early Decision 1
March 15, 2017 Early Decision 2
May 1, 2017 Regular AdmissionConsider Your Admission Plan
You may apply to Detroit Mercy either under the Early Decision or Regular Admission plan. To help you decide which plan is the best fit for you, read the descriptions below or contact the Office of Admissions at 800-635-5020 to speak with an admissions counselor.
Early Decision – This admission plan allows you to show us that Detroit Mercy is your first choice. You’ll receive extra attention, a quicker decision turnaround, and a generous scholarship and financial aid offer. Early Decision is binding, which means that if you are accepted to Detroit Mercy, you agree to enroll at Detroit Mercy, and withdraw other college applications.
Regular Admission – Regular Admission allows you time to create the strongest application possible and to submit the best academic credentials as we take into consideration your first semester, senior year grades when reviewing your academic standing.