Fourth Year in Review

DePaul has completed the first four years of its six-year strategic plan, Vision 2018: Dedication to Excellence, Commitment to Community, and continues to develop academic programs that are recognized nationally and internationally. Among those recently acknowledged were theatre, cinematic arts, computer game design and development, entrepreneurship and family law, while the university overall was named a “Most Innovative School” by U.S. News & World Report. Four- and six-year graduation rates for students entering as traditional freshmen have trended upward overall and across all racial and ethnic groups over the last 12 years. As technology is leveraged to address changing student learning needs, students at all levels are increasingly taking online courses to reach graduation. Hover over the photos (or tap if you are using an iPad or tablet) to learn more about the accomplishments our faculty, staff and students achieved in 2015-16. PDF Version.


Photography, data and design provided by Rosario Aybar, Luciano Berardi, Zoe Barker Jacobs, Rina Bongsu-Petersen, Alex Brownlow, Akil Buggs, Jeff Carrion, John Christenson, Cristina Cutz, M. Ryan Hess, Kathy Hillegonds, Bob Janis, Denise Mattson, AmyRose Minichiello, Jamie Moncreif, Howard Rosing, Laura Steele, Tom Vangel, Mark Zalewski, Antunovich Associates, Inc., Library of Congress, National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity, the Universidad Panamericana Guadalajara and departments across DePaul University.