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The DePaul Admission Partnership Program (DAPP) is a transfer preparation program designed for students beginning their college education at a partner community college. It is a great way to make sure that you are taking the right courses for your degree by mapping out a path to your selected major.
Community College Partnerships office helps facilitate the transfer process for students interested in transferring to DePaul from a Chicagoland community college. If your school is not listed, contact your
admission counselor or call DePaul Admission at (312) 362-8300.
Our University Center partnerships offer community college students a chance to complete your DePaul degree at a location close to you.
Yes, or very close to full-time in order for you to complete your associate degree within the three-year limit.
Students interested in our School of Continuing and Professional Studies, Theatre School, and School of Music are not able to participate in DAPP due to their unique admission requirements.
All DAPP students who meet the eligibility requirements can receive up to a $12,000 DAPP Scholarship. Additional scholarships that can be stacked would include the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Scholarship, and the Chicago Star Scholarship if requirements are met. More information can be found at our scholarship page.
Yes. For further information on financial aid, please contact DePaul Central.
If you have submitted your application for admission, click here for more on how to update your information.
You can schedule an appointment to meet with a transfer counselor at your community college or at our Loop Campus.
Contact us with questions at 312-362-8300 and