As you progress through the application process, you'll receive important notifications and critical alerts. Applicants are responsible for monitoring these notifications and following up on any required actions. To view your notifications, click View My Notifications on the left side of the application dashboard.
Applicants are responsible for monitoring the status of an application. Notifications are not sent for any missing items. To help you keep track of your application and all materials, click Check Status at the top of the application dashboard.
Keep in mind that it takes five business days from the date of receipt to post transcripts and official test scores to your application. Evaluations are immediately updated once received from your evaluator.
Your application status may be:
Your application has not yet been submitted or you haven’t paid the application fee.
Your application has been submitted.
All required materials were received; see Completing Your OPRESCAS Application for the specific application completion requirements. This is your application's final status.
This status indicates that an error was found and your application was returned to you for corrections.
If you submit evaluation requests, your evaluation's status may be:
This status indicates that the request was sent to the evaluator, but they have not accepted or declined it. They must accept your request before they can submit their evaluation.
This status indicates that the evaluator accepted your request but has not yet submitted their evaluation.
This status indicates that the evaluator completed and submitted their evaluation and it was sent to your program(s).
This status indicates that the evaluator declined your evaluation request. You can click Update Evaluators to add a new evaluation request.
This status only appears once the cycle closes. Evaluations can no longer be submitted. Review the OPRESCAS Cycle Dates page to learn the final dates when you can request evaluations and your evaluators can complete evaluation requests.