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Applicants

Click the appropriate button below to apply online for any of the Institute’s civil or pontifical degree programs or the CAGS program, or to take courses as a non-degree-seeking student. A list of required documentation for each program may be found in the chart at the bottom of this page. 

M.T.S. Application

M.T.S. Application

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Ph.D. Application

Ph.D. Application

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S.T.L. Application

S.T.L. Application

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S.T.D. Application

S.T.D. Application

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N.D.S. Application

N.D.S. Application

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C.A.G.S. Application

C.A.G.S. Application

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M.T.S. Application

M.T.S. Application

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Ph.D. Application

Ph.D. Application

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S.T.L. Application

S.T.L. Application

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S.T.D. Application

S.T.D. Application

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N.D.S. Application

N.D.S. Application

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C.A.G.S. Application

C.A.G.S. Application

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Applicants who would prefer to apply using a fillable PDF form can find the appropriate forms in the Downloads sidebar on this page. The PDF application, as well as supporting documentation, may be submitted via email to [email protected] or mailed to the Office of Admissions:

Office of Admissions
John Paul II Institute
McGivney Hall, Third floor
620 Michigan Ave., NE
Washington, DC 20064

The application deadline for fall admission is January 20. After this date, we accept applications for the M.T.S., S.T.L., and S.T.D. programs on a rolling basis and as places remain available. The deadline for spring matriculation is November 15.

International Applicants

In order to study in the United States, all international students must carry a legitimate visa for which full-time academic study is permitted. If you wish to obtain an F1 student visa, you are required to demonstrate the financial resources necessary to live in the U.S. for one academic year of full-time study in accord with the cost of attendanceThese resources may be confirmed by providing a bank statement in the applicant’s name or in that of the person responsible for the applicant’s financial needs during the entire course of the program. Sponsorship by a diocese or large corporation needs only a letter committing to full financial support during the entirety of the program.

An I-20 document will be provided to applicants who are accepted to a degree-seeking program at the time of course registration.

Finances

Information regarding current tuition and fees, scholarships, loans, and other financial information may be found on the Tuition and Fees and Financial Aid pages.

Admission Requirements Checklist

All Applicants

* Only Lay Persons

Non-U.S. Citizens

Clergy & Religious