All application materials for the fall semester are due by January 20. (After this date, prospective applicants may inquire whether spaces remain available.)
You may apply online or download an application and send with supporting documents to the Office of Admissions, at the address below. If you choose to apply online, you will be asked to create a user profile, username, and password.
|M.T.S. Application||Click here to Apply|
|S.T.L. Application||Click here to Apply|
|S.T.D. Application||Click here to Apply|
|Ph.D. Application||Click here to Apply|
|N.D.S. Application||Click here to Apply|
Basic Admission Requirements:
The application fee is $75 and is non-refundable.
At least three letters of recommendation from faculty members of academic institutions formerly attended. These letters must be sent directly to the John Paul II Institute by the professors. Please ask the professors to compare your achievement with that of other students at your level and to evaluate your readiness for graduate studies. You will also need to complete a waiver form for each reference letter, found here.
Please refer to the individual application forms for a description of the essay topics and the requirements for each program.
Official transcripts of all post-secondary education (sent by the institution)
An official copy of your high school diploma or transcript for M.T.S., S.T.L., and S.T.D. applications
Official Graduate Record Exam (GRE) scores are required for admissions to all degree-seeking programs at the time of application. Our institutional code is 3533, and we are listed as the Pontifical John Paul II Institute.
|Non U.S. citizens||
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) scores
Students for whom English is a second language must submit TOEFL scores. Our TOEFL code is 8751.
Candidates who are not U.S. citizens must submit a completed Admissions Supplement Form.
Electronic photo (headshot). May be sent to email@example.com if applying by mail.
A copy of your birth certificate and driver's license/state ID, or a copy of your passport
|Clergy and Religious||
A letter of permission from your bishop or provincial if you are a diocesan clergy or religious
A letter of presentation if you are a lay person applying to the S.T.D. program