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Due to the integrated and holistic nature of our curricular design, and to encourage our students to enjoy the full Imago Dei

experience, we generally only accept incoming Freshmen regardless of previous college work. Previous college work may

prove useful, but Imago Dei is under no obligation to accept these courses as fulfilling our requisites. Exceptions may be

made depending upon the liberal arts educational philosophy of the previous college.

Part-time and Residency:

By the same measure, we are primarily interested in students who desire to pursue full-time studies. Part-time studies are

discouraged and students seeking such are admitted only on a case-by-case basis, provided they meet the same require-

ments as full-time students. Furthermore, we require that our underclassman full-time students live on campus.

Again, in both of the aforementioned scenarios, the full Imago Dei experience cannot be fully obtained apart from full-time


International Students:

Imago Dei College welcomes applications from international students who meet the same standards as all other applicants.

Furthermore, students whose primary language is not English must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

and submit their scores for consideration. We desire a minimal score of 550. The acquisition of an I-20 form is necessary to

enter the United States as a student, and we will do our best to assist the student in this process. Application must be ap-

proved and funds must be evident before the I-20 process begins.

Non-Discrimination Policy:

Imago Dei College affirms the dignity of man as created in the Imago Dei, the image of God, and therefore admits students

of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made

available to students at this college. Therefore, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, non-disqualifying physical

handicap, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational programs and policies, admissions policies, scholar-

ships, loan programs, athletics, and other College-administered programs.


The application fee is $50 from December 16 to July 15. However, early application by December 15 is encouraged by reducing

the fee to $25. Late application after July 15 is still possible but the fee is increased to $75.

Once Accepted:

            In order to hold the place of the accepted student in our limited enrollment, a $500 non-refundable deposit is required. This

deposit will be applied toward the tuition.


In preparation for the demands of the reading and discussions, each student will be required to read Mortimer Adler’s How

to Read a Book prior to the beginning of classes.


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