Admission (USA)

Doctor Loisteen Archie School of Ministry is authorized under federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students.

Application Process 

USA student applicants must submit the following
application materials before eligibility for admission can be determined:

Application Fees

 $25 (non-refundable) application fee

Due Dates

In order to be considered for enrollment, application packages must be received by our Office of Admissions 6 weeks Prior to enrollment dates.

Fall Semester—May 15th July 1st (Final)
Spring Semester—November 1st December 15th (Final)

Enrollment Deadlines

Fall Semester—May 15th July 1st (Final)

Spring Semester—November 1st December 15th (Final)

New Applicants

Application If you have never been a student at Doctor Loisteen Archie School of Ministry, you may obtain an application for admission from: Admissions Department, Doctor Loisteen Archie School of Ministry, P O Box 73067 Baton Rouge LA 70874 or visit our website at and go the “Admissions” page. This form should be completed and returned at least 6 weeks prior to the proposed enrollment dates.

Forms Required

The forms below can be uploaded using our Contact Us page if requested by advisor during online application process.

a) General Application

b) Medical Record

c) Academic Recommendation

d) Character Recommendation

e) Residence Hall

or you can send by postal mail to Doctor Loisteen Archie School of Ministry, P. O. Box 73067 Baton Rouge, LA 70874


High School Students Not Graduated-  three years’ work and a statement from your principal indicating your rank.

Freshman Students – high school transcript(s), GPA and class rank.

Transfer Students – transcripts from all colleges

Immunization Record– copy of shot records.

Photograph -Current photograph (2×2 preferred)

Essay — A 600-word typed essay

All other admissions documents also required. All forms must be completed and returned to the Admissions Office prior to acceptance. See and go to the “Admissions” page. Transfer students must have maintained a 2.00 grade point average on a 4.00 grade point scale, on all previous college work. Transfer students with a grade point average below 2.00 will be admitted to DLA on a probationary basis and may not enroll in more than 12 semester hours.