Congratulations on your recent acceptance to Des Moines University. To become eligible to register for courses, you must plan to complete the following actions promptly:
1. Seat deposit
Please submit the non-refundable $250.00 deposit to secure your seat in the program by the deadline indicated. Your deposit is used to open your student account and is credited to your tuition when you register for your first course. Failure to submit the seat deposit by the deadline will result in the cancellation of your acceptance offer and the need to reapply should you wish to be reconsidered.
Submit your seat deposit at www.dmu.edu/form/seat-deposit
2. Conditions of Enrollment Agreement
A copy of your Conditions of Enrollment Agreement is emailed to you following your acceptance. Please read and return a signed copy to the admission office by the deadline indicated. If we have listed conditions for your admission, please be certain you have a plan for meeting these conditions by the deadline as your enrollment is contingent upon them. Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if you need an additional copy of your Conditions of Enrollment form.
3. Access to DMU email, Pulse and D2L
About one week after you submit the seat deposit and conditions form, your accounts will be activated and login instructions emailed to you regarding your DMU email account and the Pulse and D2L systems. Pulse is the university’s intranet system which provides much of the necessary information for your success as a DMU student, including program announcements, policy information and the student handbook. D2L is the learning management system used for all courses.
4. Background check
All incoming students are required to complete a criminal background check prior to matriculation through the DMU approved vendor. Please visit Certiphi Screening to create an account to begin your background check: www.applicationstation.com.
Please be sure to enter the correct Application Station Code for your program:
- MHA – Masters of Health Care Administration: Use code ‘DMU-MHA-ADM’ to get started
- MPH – Masters of Public Health: Use code ‘DMU-MPH-ADM’ to get started
Please note that all students must complete and submit to Certiphi both the Iowa Elder & Child Abuse authorization forms. A link to the forms and instructions for their submission to Certiphi will be provided by Certiphi as part of the authorization process. Failure to submit these forms in a timely manner will delay the completion of your criminal background check.
If you have technical issues visiting the Application Station site, please contact Application Station Support at: 888-291-1369 x2006. Background checks must be completed by the deadline indicated in your Conditions of Enrollment
5. Faculty advisor
Each student is assigned a faculty advisor to assist as a resource for degree planning, registration, career guidance and policy questions. Within several weeks of submitting your deposit to secure your seat in the class, your advisor will contact you via your DMU email account to begin discussing registration planning. It is important to monitor your DMU email account for correspondence regarding registration. You must review your educational plans with your advisor before you are eligible to register for courses.
You will receive information regarding course registration when you consult with your faculty advisor.
- The registration period is November 17 – December 19, 2014.
- The next MHA executive residency is January 7 – 11, 2015.
- All other spring term courses begin January 12, 2015 and the term ends on April 12, 2015
MHA student info
MPH student info (via student Pulse, must obtain login info to access)
Additional information will be distributed to students prior to registration and leading up to the beginning of the term including:
- Technology requirements
- Online learning platform
- Tuition and Financial Aid
- Course calendar
- Executive Residency travel/lodging planning (MHA only; Fall & Spring terms only)
Be sure to check your DMU email address for announcements and information.