Travel Reimbursement
Prospective Student Travel ReimbursementReimbursement available (up to $500) to those prospective students who fly to South Dakota to visit Dakota Wesleyan University prior to enrolling. All campus visit arrangements must be made through the Admissions Office and at least a one week prior notice of visit must be made to redeem offer.
  • Student needs to be at least a high school junior at time of visit.
  • Student can choose to fly into Sioux Falls, Minneapolis or Omaha. Arrangements can be made for pick-up at Sioux Falls by DWU staff with sufficient notice.
  • Reimbursement only available to the student – not available for the parent accompanying the student.
  • Reimbursement only available for air travel.
  • At the time of enrollment, credit will be given with proper receipt and paperwork presented to the DWU Admissions Office. Student must be full-time.
  • A credit (up to $500) will show up on the student’s account the first semester of enrollment and will be applied toward tuition. There is no cash value for the credit.
  • Offer does not apply for the flight to campus to begin school.
For more information, visit with the admissions staff at 1-800-333-8506 or
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