Admissions Process for Adult Learners
MEET DAVID HERNANDEZ
“By enrolling at FDU, I’m showing my sons that when you’re committed to investing the time and effort, anything is possible.”
There are few fields in education that hold greater promise for America’s future than STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics). In his current job as the webpage developer for Passaic County Community College’s STEM Program, David Hernandez is helping to encourage a new generation of students to excel in this vital field.
“I’m in charge of the STEM Innovation webpage and I also design all the related advertising, marketing and graphics for the program,” says David. His office overflows with vivid samples of the engaging promotional materials that he has created.
David’s academic path reflects his own interest in several STEM-related fields. He has earned not one, but two, associate degrees from Passaic County Community College: an A.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Computer Science and an A.A.S. in Information Systems with a concentration in Web Development.
Currently enrolled in Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, David is pursing concentrations in information technology and computer forensics as part of his degree studies. He hopes someday to work in cyberforensics and corporate security. Read more...
Admissions Process for Adult Learners
Adult students may enroll in classes at Fairleigh Dickinson University as:
- degree seeking - matriculating students,
- nondegree - nonmatriculating students, or
- auditors/noncredit students.
When to File an Application
Applications for admission are processed on a rolling basis and students may apply at any time prior to the start of classes.
Steps to Adult & Part-Time Admission
- Submit Application
- Submit Transcripts from all institutions attended since high school
Note: If degree-seeking submit official transcript(s); non-degree unofficial transcript(s) are permitted.
If fewer than 24 college credits earned, submit High School Transcript, Diploma or GED with Scoresheet. No SAT or ACT test scores required.
A student who wishes to enroll in credit courses without seeking admission to a degree program may apply as a non-degree student. Adult students who wish to enroll in professional development, noncredit certificate programs should call the Office of Continuing Education at (201) 692-6500.
Former students of Fairleigh Dickinson University may apply for Readmission.
Click on image below for Summer Studies.
Download Adult and Part-Time Application for Undergraduate Admission here.
NOTE: Please complete, print and sign the application before submitting.
ADULT INFORMATION SESSIONS
Wednesday, April 20, 6 pm - 9 pm (2 Sessions)
Wednesday, May 11, 5 pm - 9 pm (Individual or Small Group Appointments available)
All sessions are FREE and open to Adult Learners, who are interested in pursuing an Undergraduate degree.
RSVP Today! Call 201.692.2551 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Undergraduate Adult and Part-Time Admissions
Fairleigh Dickinson University
1000 River Road, H-DH3-10
Teaneck, New Jersey 07666
Phone (201) 692-2551 Fax (201) 692-7305 or email@example.com
Meet David Hernandez...
David’s family immigrated to the United States from El Salvador, Central America, when he was a teenager so his father could pursue his ministry. “Our family always valued education as the best path to advancement,” says David. “I’ve always worked hard to do well in my studies.”
As a student at Passaic County Community College, David was a member of Phi Theta Kappa, the national honor society for two-year colleges. “And my wife, Ninfa, is an FDU graduate. She and I want show our sons the difference that an education can make in their lives.”
David’s oldest son is now enrolled in college. “I kid him that he has it easy,” laughs David. “But I’m glad that he’s able to be a full-time student. He’s studying to be a journalist. My other son is like me and loves classes in STEM. Ninfa and I are really proud of them both.
“I always think about how my studies can help create more opportunities and give my family a better life,” says David. “I’m not doing this for me — but for them.”