In addition to the general
admission requirements above, students should be able to provide
proof of successfully completing the following prerequisite courses:
Two courses of human
anatomy/physiology with labs
One course of inorganic (i.e.
general chemistry) with lab
One course in organic chemistry
Note on Prerequisites
All prerequisite courses must include
labs and have been completed within the last ten years with a grade of 'C' or
better. All prerequisites must be completed before the start of term to
which the student is applying. The prerequisite courses do not have to be
completed before the application deadline. However, in some cases the applicant
pool includes so many students who have completed all or most of their prereqs
that the available places in that cohort are filled by these students. In that
case, qualified students with fewer prerequisite courses completed may be
offered admission to the following term. If the admission review committee
needs more information on an applicant whose prereqs are not complete, they may
defer making a decision on the application until the review period for the next
Applying Directly to DePaul
- Submit the DePaul online
application at www.depaul.edu/apply.
- Submit your personal
statement, two letters of recommendation, resume or CV, and prerequisite
worksheet directly through the online application OR by email to
GradDePaul@depaul.edu. Please make sure your name is on all
- Pay the $40 application fee
through the online application or mail a check to the Office of Graduate
Admission at the address below.
- Send official transcripts
from all colleges and universities attended to the Office of Graduate
Admission at the address below. (College and universities that issue
official electronic transcripts can email them to
- If required, submit your GRE
and/or TOEFL score directly from ETS (www.ets.org).
DePaul's institution code is 1165.
The Office of
College of Science and Health
2400 N. Sheffield Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614-2215
Applying Through NursingCAS
in July 2013, applicants to the MENP program will have the option of applying
to the program through NursingCAS. Applying through NursingCAS allows you to
submit your application to DePaul and other institutions nationwide through one
centralized application. NursingCAS also verifies your academic credentials on
behalf of DePaul. The first available entry term for NursingCAS applicants will
be winter 2013-2014.
how to get started Nursing instructional
video or helpful PowerPoint
presentation on how to complete a NursingCAS application.
- Visit www.nursing.organd click “Apply
Here” to initiate your application.
on “Create Account” and complete the required fields.
your personal statement in the “Personal Statement” section of NursingCAS.
Title it “DePaul University MENP Program.” Attach the statement to DePaul
University prior to e-submitting your application.
that your references be submitted via the “References” section of NursingCAS.
Attach your references to DePaul University prior to e-submitting your
a copy of your CV or resume into the “Documents Upload” section of NursingCAS.
Remember to attach your resume to DePaul University prior to e-submitting your
DePaul’s Supplemental Question Sheet, upload it into the “Documents Upload”
section of NursingCAS and attach it to DePaul University prior to e-submitting
your application. MENP NursingCAS Supplental Questions.pdf
applying through NursingCAS do not need to submit the
required to submit a GRE score, you should report your score in the “Tests”
section of the NursingCAS application. Have your official score sent directly
from ETS (www.ets.org) to DePaul University.
DePaul’s institution code is 1165.
official transcripts from each college or university attended. All official
transcripts must be mailed from the issuing institution’s registrar’s office
directly to NursingCAS. In order to expedite the processing be sure to include
Request Form. Have the transcripts mailed to the following address:
P.O. Box 9201
Note: You must input all of your
college level coursework into the NursingCAS application. Be sure to have a
copy of your transcript(s) in hand or accessible in order to complete this
section. All college level course work (including in-progress
course work) must be entered into the application in this section. There is a
short, instructional video posted here on
how to accurately complete this section. And detailed instructions are posted here.
This will be the most time-consuming aspect of the application process.
would rather have NursingCAS staff enter in your coursework data on your behalf
then you have the option of paying an additional fee to use the Coursework
Entry Service. Click
here to learn more about the service. The data entered into this
section is used to calculate GPAs in order to make admission decisions.
from international institutions must be evaluated by a transcript evaluation
service, DePaul University and NursingCAS both accept Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. (ECE)
so this is the recommended evaluation service for international applicants who
wish to apply to DePaul using the NursingCAS application. International
credit evaluations should be mailed to NursingCAS at the address above.
required to submit a TOEFL score, you should report your score in the
“Tests” section of the NursingCAS application. Have your official score sent
directly from ETS (www.ets.org) to
institution code is 1165.
Hints on Using NursingCAS
Quick Status Menu while logged into your NursingCAS application to check to see
if your transcripts have been received or use this link, https://portal.nursingcas.org/?rm=status_transcripts. You
can also use the Quick Status Menu to check to see if your references have been
questions regarding the NursingCAS application please contact NursingCAS
support via phone at 617-612-2880 Monday – Thursday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM Eastern
Time and Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Eastern Time and via email at email@example.com.
Or post questions to NursingCAS by following their Twitter and/or Facebook accounts. Detailed instructions and FAQs are
available too. Instructional videos are posted on the NursingCAS YouTube channel
the Status of Your Application:
Messages” section of the NursingCAS application will include any messages that
NursingCAS or a school has sent to you. Please check your “My Messages” to see
if you have received any vital information about your application. Messages
will be sent to the “My Messages” inbox and your personal email address that
you created your account with.
the “Quick Status Menu” options
to check to see if your Transcript(s), Reference(s),
or Payment(s) have
been received after you submit them. To check to see which Designations you
have selected (in other words programs you have applied to) click on the Designations option
under the Quick Status.