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Projects and Programs

The DePaul Emeritus Society continues to encourage member participation through a number of projects and programs that distinguish the character and many years of service of its retirees.

Semi Annual Luncheons

During each fall and spring quarter, the DES hosts a luncheon at the Lincoln Park Campus. These luncheons provide opportunities for retirees to reconnect with friends and colleagues, and learn about university news through guest speakers, as well as updates from the DES Steering Committee. Learn More

Retiree Benefits Issues

The DES Benefits Committee stays in contact with Human Resources regarding benefits questions, concerns, and changes. Learn More

DES Newsletter

Twice a year, the DES publishes and distributes a newsletter, including important announcements, event dates, luncheon photos, retiree news, and more. Learn More

Philanthropy

One of the ways in which the DES makes a significant contribution to the university community is through its philanthropy efforts.  In addition to the standard opportunity to donate to the university through its Annual Giving Campaign, DES members may also contribute to the DES Scholarship Fund. Learn More

Volunteer Opportunities

Service remains an important hallmark of DePaul University’s mission, and the university welcomes its retired family members to continue their relationship through a variety of volunteer opportunities. Learn More

Memorabilia Project

The DES, in cooperation with the Special Events and Archives Department, seeks DePaul memorabilia to be catalogued and maintained in the DePaul University Archives. Learn More

What’s New with You?

One of the features in the DES newsletter is our own society page, where retirees share information on their activities, travels, writings, families and other items of interest. Learn More

Alumni Connection

Many retirees are DePaul alumni, or have established friendships and connections with alumni they have taught. Learn More