1. Apply online at depaul.edu/apply
2. Submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (regardless of grades or amount of credit earned or attempted)
3. Submit any military transcripts.
4. Submit an official high school transcript and ACT/SAT score report if needed. If you received your high school equivalency, you must submit your GED score report.
5. Send all materials to:
Office of Undergraduate Admission
1 East Jackson Boulevard, Suite 9000
Chicago, IL 60604
As a veteran student, you can bring in all your application materials listed above for a decision on the spot and we will waive the application fee. Please call (312) 362-5551 to schedule an appointment.
What is the application fee to apply to DePaul?
As a veteran student we will waive the application fee. Please indicate that you are a veteran on the application.
How can I talk to an admission counselor?
To speak to an admission counselor or to make a one on one appointment, please call (312) 362-5551.
Can I use my military benefits at DePaul?
DePaul accepts VA benefits such as Ch. 33 (Post 9-11), Ch. 30 (MGIB) and all other G.I. Bill Benefits Programs. To verify your eligibility in these programs visit the VA website
and certify your eligibility by completing the Veterans Online Application or VONAPP
. DePaul also participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program
Can I use my parent's/spouse's benefits at DePaul?
Does DePaul accept military transfer credit?
Yes, as a Veteran, you are able to transfer military credit towards your degree if it is related to your academic program. Prior coursework and military transcripts are reviewed by the Transfer Articulation Center (TrAC)
to assess their transferability and post it to your academic record. You are responsible for obtaining your prior academic records and transcripts and providing them to TrAC for review. For more information, contact email@example.com
Is there support for Veterans at DePaul?
DePaul University supports military veterans in a number of ways. The Office of Veterans Affairs
is a dedicated resource to help students transition into DePaul. Staffed by helpful Veteran Liaisons, students can seek advice on military benefits, support services, or other aspects of student life.
Together with the DePaul University Student Veterans Union, the Office of Veterans Affairs advocates for student veterans and promotes student life on campus through special events, celebrations, and networking opportunities.
Veterans are also a part of DePaul's adult student population and are included in adult student events, programs and service offerings including tutoring and access to the Adult Enrollment Center