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A new portal in Blue Demon Domain is demystifying financial aid, leveraging technology to simplify this important process for newly admitted... read more
Many processes demand a student’s attention during their first few weeks of joining DePaul. With so many tasks they need to complete and... read more
With the Higher Education Act reauthorization up for consideration and potential federal cuts on the table, communication with policymakers... read more
For the first time in DePaul’s history, the university earned a no-findings result on the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC)... read more
Last year, the U.S. Department of Education announced that students would be able to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid... read more
When a student defaults on their federal loans after they leave DePaul, the university’s default rate increases. Default rates help... read more
The U.S. Senate reversed course in December and agreed to extend the Perkins Loan program for two more years. The extension is being positioned as a “managed shutdown” of the country’s oldest federal student-loan program. When Perkins winds down, what will be the impact on DePaul?
The U.S. Department of Education recently released its College Scorecard website, an interactive online resource designed to make federal data more accessible for students and families to compare the affordability and quality of colleges and universities across the nation. So how does DePaul measure up on the scorecard?
The cost of college is among the top challenges facing students and higher education institutions across the country. The DePaul Scholarship Fair, hosted by EMM’s Office of Financial Aid, introduced students to one of the many ways DePaul is helping make a college education more affordable, the DePaul Scholarship Connect online tool.