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DePaul does not charge you tuition while you participate in non-DePaul programs—you are responsible for paying the cost of the program. DePaul bills an administrative fee of $400 for the first quarter and $200 for each subsequent quarter. This fee includes facilitation of the transfer credit process and mandatory CISI international health and accident insurance. You cannot use DePaul scholarships, but you can use external aid or federal loans. Reach out to financial aid counselor Theresa Massey Smith in DePaul Central for more information on that process.
Students earn transfer credit when completing a non-DePaul program. Your program must be able to issue you an official transcript. Students participating on non-DePaul programs who take non-degree applicable courses from accredited institutions will be accepted (i.e. foreign language coursework at a language institute that is part of an accredited institution). If you have already transferred credit to DePaul, confirm with your academic advisor that you have not exceeded the maximum number of transfer credits allowed per the DePaul residency requirement.