Students will be receiving CARES Act funds soon and the Pass/D/Fail option has been extended.
Limited in-person classes and reduced occupancy on-campus residence halls to come in fall quarter 2020-2021.
Tune into Virtual Brain Fuel Week June 1-5!
DePaul stands in solidarity against violence, racism and hate.
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).
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.
Reporting Cases of COVID-19 Student Handbook Faculty Guide to Student Affairs Title IX Information Departments
During the pandemic and especially following the weekend's events, students need to stay in touch with their wellbeing and make sure they are taking care of themselves, both physically and mentally. Tune in to Virtual Brain Fuel Week with @healthydepaul on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for all kinds of health tips, some activities and for inspiration amidst finals and everything else going on.
Following the weekend's painful events sparked by outrage over George Floyd's death, it is important now more than ever to for us all to reach out to each other to check in and support one another during these difficult times. DePaul University stands in solidarity with those against racism and hate. Read President A. Gabriel Esteban's message in Newsline about the weekend here.