iDePaul is the university-wide smartphone application, which centralizes information important to Students, Faculty and Staff. iDePaul is free and available for the iPhone
The app provides one-stop access to campus maps, university news, the library, the DePaul directory, campus events, and more.
||Browse courses, view class times and locations, and D2L assignments & discussions, all on the go. Students get real-time information for courses they are enrolled in.|
||Know when and where your favorite events are taking place.View details on upcoming events across campus including exhibits, concerts, campus speakers and more.|
||Avoid the stress of getting lost on campus. Find out where you are and where buildings and your classes are located on campus.|
||Search the public campus directory to find emails and phone numbers. For faculty and staff it shows business email and phone. For students without active FERPA blocks, the app will show preferred email only.|
||Get instant notifications and campus bulletins, including reminders of tuition payments, registration dates and more.|
||Immediate access to public safety office, student help lines and other important resources.|
||Keep up with the latest development and news for your favorite campus teams. Includes sports articles, up-to-date news, scores and videos covering university athletic programs.|
||Get the latest headlines from across campus. Easily access student and campus news.|
||Enjoy a break by seeing what’s been happening around campus. View videos from recent events, speakers and campus orientations.|
Download the App
The application is available on the iTunes App Store, Google Play, and Blackberry App World. Once you download the app, log in with your Campus Connect username and password. Select the link below for your device type:
- The primary audience for the application is current students, therefore the app pulls only student registration information from Campus Connection. Faculty will not be able to see the courses that they are teaching.
- iDePaul only integrates with Desire2Learn (D2L), not CDM’s Course On-Line (COL) Learning Management System.
- If a course and it’s multiple sections are tied to one section in D2L, the mobile app is unable to show discussions and assignments.