How to Apply
Please Note: We have recently built online reference and health forms in efforts to make the application process easier. If you were in the process of applying when we made this change please click here to download the previous instructions and forms.
Note: Husbands and wives enrolling as students must complete separate applications.
Step 1. Start now by filling out your initial Application Form.
Step 2. Submit 3 Reference Forms: – One (1) by your Pastor, one (1) by a leader and one (1) by a friend.
Step 3. Submit your Health Form.
Step 5. Send us your $35 Registration Fee by Mail or through Paypal.
(If you send it though Paypal please send $36.50 to cover Paypal’s fee)
Step 6. Visas for non-US citizens. Upon acceptance into the DTS, YWAM will issue a letter of invitation for you to present to the embassy or consulate in your country to aid you in your application for a USA Visa. DTS students are to apply for a B1 or B2 visa. Our letter leaves the decision up to the officiating consulate for final determination. You should begin looking into the requirements for these visas as soon as possible. The process can take up to 6 weeks after you’ve been accepted to the school. Do not apply for your Visa until you receive your official acceptance letter and the letter of invitation from the DTS Registrar’s Office. You cannot be approved for a Visa without it.
Please Note: Applications will not be reviewed until all parts are received and files are complete.
Lecture phase funds ($3395) are due when you arrive at the beginning unless other arrangements have been made.
Outreach fees (approx $3500) should be paid by the end of the 4th week of the school.
How to Pay
Checks should be made out to YWAM. Please do not write anything in the memo of the check but rather include a separate note designating it for the person.
Online Payments can be made by credit card or through paypal. Simply click the donate button at the top of the page, enter the amount and include a note in the memo of who the money is for.
*DTS fees are are not tax deductible donations