May is the official Mental Health Awareness Month. Don't forget to keep making healthy choices!
Students: Make sure to check your emails frequently for the CARES Act application, which will be sent out in the coming weeks.
Joe Keery, pictured front and center in DePaul's 2012 Spring Awakening, will be joining online commencement.
Limited in-person classes and reduced occupancy on-campus residence halls to come in fall quarter 2020-2021.
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The university announced on May 7 that DePaul graduate Joe Keery, who now stars in the hit Netflix series Stranger Things, will speak at the 2020virtual commencement ceremony on June 13. Keery will welcome an estimated 6,250 graduates into the alumni community. Read the entire announcement in Newsline.
On Friday, May 15 the university announced that DePaul plans on having limited in-person learning, as well as reduced occupancy in on-campus residence halls for fall 2020. The update, which can be read here, stated that the university will try to hold as many in-person classes as possible, while continuing to keep everyone's health, safety and well-being in mind.