What to Submit:
Official Transcripts - Submit official transcripts, in the original language, from all secondary schools (high schools) attended, for all years attended.
Secondary School Exams (if applicable) - Students educated in an educational system in which grades are based on comprehensive national exams (GCSE, O-Levels, SPM, etc.) must submit the official exam certificate. The final exam certificate or diploma must show all coursework completed and grades received.
Word-for-word English Translations (if applicable) - If the official transcripts/secondary school exams are issued in a language other than English, then submit word-for-word English translations for all pages submitted.
Final Transcripts/Proof of Degree Completion - Admitted students are required to submit final secondary school (high school) transcripts and/or proof of degree completion (A-Levels, WAEC, CBSE, High School Certificate, etc.) before enrolling at DePaul.
How to Submit Transcripts:
Official transcripts, secondary school exams and English translations can be submitted by any of the following methods:
Naviance or Parchment Exchange - If your secondary school (high school) uses Naviance or Parchment Exchange, then your school can upload transcripts and/or secondary school exams electronically through the Common Application. Documents received electronically through Naviance or Parchment Exchange are considered official.
SCRIP-SAFE - Official transcripts submitted through SCRIP-SAFE should connect with the "DePaul University Undergraduate Admissions" account on the website.
Mail - Official transcripts can be mailed directly to International Admission. Transcripts are official if they have the school's original stamp and/or seal on the document. Transcripts must be mailed in a sealed envelope that also has the school's original stamp and/or seal on the envelope.
Scanned, faxed, photocopied transcripts will not be accepted.
Send all materials to:
1 East Jackson Boulevard, Suite 9300
Chicago, Illinois 60604 USA
If you mail original documents to DePaul University, they can be returned to you if you specifically make the request in a cover letter at the time of submission.
If you bring original documents to the International Admission office, photocopies can be made and the original documents can be returned immediately during the visit.
Unless specifically requested back at the time of submission, all documents become property of DePaul University and will not be returned at a later date.
College Level Examinations - Credit By Exam
Students participating in AP, CLEP, IB and/or International A & A/S Level exams, may earn college credit at DePaul.
Official scores must be sent directly to DePaul. Scores will not be accepted from high school transcripts. Learn which exams DePaul accepts, the scores required and course credits on the Credit Given By Exam webpage.