Student Affairs

Student Affairs Virtual Office

During the temporary closure of our physical offices due to Covid-19, the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs is accessible for live questions, referrals, and assistance via a virtual office using Zoom. The virtual office will be staffed Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CST).

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In Student Affairs, we believe in the dignity and promise of every student and their ability to positively impact our world.

A DePaul education encompasses both the scholarship and research of classroom learning and the intellectual, spiritual, moral and personal growth of campus life. This site is designed to acquaint students, faculty and staff with the programs, services, resources and opportunities of the Division of Student Affairs. Through these programs, we strive to develop students into well-rounded individuals who will have a positive impact on their communities and our world.

July on-campus tours
                July On-Campus Tours
The Office of Admissions and News Student and Family Engagement are offering in-person Lincoln Park campus tours each Thursday in July for sophomores and second-year transfer students. Please check the the schedule on DeHub for the Admission Tour information. Tours will also be offered in September (including a Loop tour)--keep your eyes open for an email when registration opens on July 30.​

     My Student Support Program (SSP)
Attending college, graduate school or professional school is an exciting life experience. It can also be a time of change, adjustment and stress. Because DePaul knows how important it is to take care of ourselves and each other, we have partnered with My SSP to provide mental health and well-being resources to students with a call center and chat feature, 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year. Download the free My SSP app and read more details here​.​ ​
Campus tours

      Top 5 questions answered about                          returning to campus
​​​​​​​DePaul students, faculty and staff may have questions about returning to campus. So to help address those inquiries, the university's Community Health Team outlines the most common five questions and answers to help everyone with the transition. Check out this Newsline article​ to see what the DePaul community is asking and find some answers!