learning-disability-summer-schoolAdmissions

Enrollment is based on a rolling admissions/open entry process for trimester starting points approximately every 16 weeks. Depending on individual circumstances, desired late starting dates for enrollment can and do occur. Potential candidates for LDI’s program are interviewed throughout the calendar year for admission.

Upon completion and submission of student application information and most recent testing, an on-campus interview with LDI administrators will be arranged and scheduled. The interview and campus tour will consist of a full discussion of the LDI program components, meetings with several staff members, and a tour of the residential complex where LDI students live and are engaged in social, independent-living and community-based activities. The interview/visit must be scheduled in advance; its duration is approximately 4-5 hours.

 

 

US Students

Admission Requirements:

* Residential applicants must be 18 years of age or older

* Completed Student Application

* $100.00 Application Fee

* Most recent psycho-educational battery (within last 3 years), reflecting achievement and IQ scores – i.e., the Woodcock-Johnson and WAIS-IV

* Student interview/campus tour

Application:

Please click here to complete the full LDI application using our secure site. Before you start the application, you will be requested to create a new account. The application contains two parts: the online application and supplemental/signatures forms.  Start the application by downloading the PDF forms that contain helpful instructions and tips for completing the online application.

Please click here if you would like to request additional information before completing the full program application.

LDI administrators reserve the right to request additional documentation and testing at their discretion

Upon acceptance, an enrollment package will be sent within two (2) weeks. Contents include a enrollment documents, contract for student services, which must be signed and returned with payment as reflected in the fee schedule.

International Students

We are delighted that you are interested in studying at the Life Development Institute International Student Program (LDI ISP) and welcome you to discover what LDI can offer in terms of academic, career, cultural and personal growth opportunities in beautiful Glendale, Arizona!

Admission Requirements:

* Residential applicants must be 18 years of age or older

* Completed International Student Application

* $50 USD application fee

* English language proficiency

* Official transcripts

* Verification of financial resources

* Proof of purchase of a medical insurance plan acceptable to LDI ISP

* Personal letter explaining why you want to study at LDI ISP

* Students transferring from another U.S. school must also submit a Transfer Release Form

Application:

Please click here to complete the full LDI application using our secure site. Before you start the application, you will be requested to create a new account. The application contains two parts: the online application and supplemental/signatures forms.  Start the application by downloading the PDF forms that contain helpful instructions and tips for completing the online application.

After logging into our secure site you may download full admissions information including Visa and transfer credit information.

Please click here if you would like to request additional information before completing the full program application.

Students must be at least 18 years of age at the time the first trimester begins; however, interested applicants may apply up to one year in advance of their planned start date.

All instruction at the LDI ISP and area colleges occurs in English. Therefore, international applicants, whose primary language is not English, must have sufficient command of the language to benefit from instruction in either setting. To demonstrate this proficiency, all applicants from countries where English is not the primary language, must submit official score results from accepted sources. Accepted tests for the LDI ISP would be TOEFL, IELTS, or ACCUPLACER ESL.

All incoming international students will have the opportunity to demonstrate sufficient English proficiency during the mandatory entrance interview as well as an evaluation of their transcripts could lead to a determination to grant a waiver of the language requirement.

All students must submit an International Student Application with a non-refundable $50 USD application fee and be interviewed via Skype or in person. Acceptance materials (including an I-20 form) will not be issued until the student interview and application fee is received. If a student who has paid the application fee is unable to obtain an M-1 student Visa, he/she will be eligible to defer to a later trimester. Deferment can only occur once. If a student must defer more than once, whether for reasons of Visa denial or other reason, a new application fee and updated financial information must be submitted. Additionally, depending on educational background, all students must take a COMPASS or ACCUPLACER placement exam shortly after they arrive on campus which costs $30 USD.