How to Apply – DREAM Act Student

As an open admission institution, Cecil College welcomes all students, regardless of citizenship. Maryland Senate Bill 167 provides the opportunity for some non-U.S. citizens to receive in-state tuition at Cecil College. The application process for non-U.S. citizens wishing to study at Cecil College is distinct.

Steps

1. Contact Admissions or Records & Registration

Contact the Director of Records & Registration at (410) 287-1892 or the Director of Admissions at (410) 287-1006.

2. Complete Required Documentation

Complete the Undocumented Student Affidavit for Tuition Rate Based on Maryland High School/GED Graduation and be prepared to provide the following:

  • Maryland high school transcripts (for high school graduates)
  • Proof of graduation from Maryland high school or a Maryland GED®
  • Proof of Maryland income tax
  • Proof of selective service filing (males 18 and older)

3. Complete the Admissions Application and Visit the Admissions Office

Apply online today. Paper applications are available in the course schedule and at the North East Campus and Elkton Station. Once you’ve completed the application, visit the Admissions Office, North East Campus, Building A, Room A201. Hours are 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday.

Coronavirus Update

Cecil College is actively monitoring the status of COVID-19 locally, regionally, and nationally. We are working with our local health department and county offices to stay up to date on the latest developments regarding the coronavirus. As of now, all classes and events on campus are taking place as scheduled.

The College is utilizing additional precautionary measures to maintain a healthful environment on all of our campuses. Our Facilities department has added additional cleaning protocols to their daily routine to help prevent the spread of germs, including the use of disinfectant wipes on high-traffic surfaces like door handles and light switches.

In addition, the College is routinely posting information regarding the prevention of germ transmission on all on-campus monitors, our student and employee newsletters, and our primary social media channels. We also have signage both on campus and on larger event promotions reminding the community that if someone isn’t feeling well or has recently traveled to any of the global, high-risk areas, the responsible thing to do is to stay home. The College continues to monitor updates from local, state and national public health officials and will update this message as necessary.