We know you have a lot of choices when it comes to selecting a new college, and we're excited you've chosen USD. Now that you've been accepted, there are just a few more steps to complete in order to confirm your enrollment at USD. Follow the steps listed below and keep track of your progress with this printable version of the Transfer New-Student Checklist.
Your $100 university housing deposit reserves your spot. It provides you with your on-campus housing options and confirms any scholarship offers you receive from USD. Please contact the Office of Admissions to confirm your enrollment if you are requesting to live off campus. The 2019-2020 USD Housing Application will be available in late January 2019.
All new, readmitted and transferred students are required to provide medically signed proof of TWO properly administered MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) immunizations OR immune titers for measles (rubeola), rubella and mumps. The immunization form must be completed before you can register for classes at USD. Read more about the mandatory immunization form.
After you submit your university housing deposit, you will be able to access your USD account - including your USD email. Once you pick up your account, you will have access to the myUSD portal which includes technology you will use as a USD student.
WebAdvisor is the online tool providing you with access to registration, SDePay (tuition payment and notifications), course listing and other facets of your academic career at USD. You will also need to confirm your attendance at USD using your WebAdvisor Account.
Now that you've been admitted to USD, you'll receive information on attending one of our Transfer Registration Events. You'll have the option of choosing from various registration dates throughout the summer (for fall admission) or in January (for spring admission). Transfer Registration is a required half-day program where you will meet with your advisors, register for classes and learn about the campus and the many resources available to you.
Transfer Registration Information
A personal computer is important to your academic and communication needs at college. Some academic programs require specific laptops. Check out these tips for selecting and preparing your computer to take full advantage of the computing resources available to you at USD.
Once again, congratulations and welcome to the Coyote Family!