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Support Services

​​ The following support resources are available to assist students. We urge students to avail themselves of the support professionals at DePaul that are here to assist them. In the midst of changing legislation surrounding immigration and refugee rights, we hold fast to our values and the rich diversity that is DePaul. It is our present, our future, and our strength.

International Student & Scholar Services (ISS)
ISS staff can assist with travel, visa, and immigration advice to all F1 and J1 non-immigrant students.
ISS has developed a Travel page with an easy FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section.
Walk-in hours and individual appointments with ISS advising staff are available Monday-Friday. For more information on available times, students may visit Advising Services & Appointments or call ISS at 312-362-8376.

DePaul Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic
Students can make appointments to discuss their concerns about how they will be impacted by the Executive Order.

University Counseling Services and University Mission and Ministry
Both offer support and counseling for students.

DREAM resource guide is a collection of instructions for how undocumented students can access health insurance, scholarships, financial aid, and other support services at DePaul and Chicago. ​