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Colleges consider your:

  • Courses taken during high school
  • GPA of freshman year through your senior year, so don’t give up!
  • Class rank
  • College entrance test scores (ACT/SAT)
  • Teacher and/or counselor recommendations (ask early!)
  • Extra-curricular involvement and community service​


DMCHS Transcript Ordering

Parchment is free to current students through the October post their graduation date. It is $4 after that. No in office requests are accepted. 


 Dordt transcript ordering: 

Dordt University uses the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to process official transcript requests. The advantage of this service are that there is an electronic signature and that NSC can generate and deliver industry-recognized secure PDF transcripts.

NSC does charge a processing fee of $2.50 per processed request, whether paper or electronic, and there is also a $1.00 secure electronic delivery fee for transcripts outside of NSC's electronic exchange network. Students who have access to their Self-Service account can access to a PDF version of their unofficial transcript under the "Academics" section of their account. The registrar's office will also process "walk-up" transcript requests for paper transcripts only for students who fill out and sign the appropriate transcript request form.


Ivy Tech Transcript Ordering


The interactive Learn More magazine is here! I encourage every student to check this out and complete all of the questions!

Did you know that Woody Harrelson went to Hanover College here in Indiana? Check out the newest episode on "The College Tour" available on Prime and other social media about Indiana's Hanover College!

Scholarships and Financial Aid:

Students must opt in or out for their second choice major: In the last application cycle, students could simply put down a second choice major if they wanted. This year students must opt in or out of choosing a second choice. If the student does choose to have a second choice major, they will be asked to answer the “Why Major” short answer question again. Students can explore Purdue’s majors alphabetically, by Purdue college, or by career interest at

  • November 1: Early Action application deadline
  • December 15: Deadline to submit the Supplemental Scholarship Application and FAFSA (for students who want to be considered for scholarships) 
  • January 15: Regular Decision application deadline
  • January 15: Release date for those who met the Early Action application deadline
  • March 1: Priority FAFSA deadline
  • March 31: Date by which students who met the Jan. 15 Regular Decision application deadline will have an admission decision.
  • Looking ahead: In 2024, Purdue will return to requiring the SAT or ACT test score(s) for admission consideration. Please keep this in mind as you counsel students that would start college after 2023.
  • Freshmen Admission Criteria