Make sure to download #CampusClear, you may be asked to display your app results to a university official prior to entering a DePaul-owned or operated facility
STUDENTS – Online classes are fun, but that’s not all there is to do. Join the Digital Engagement Network (DEN), and have fun outside of class!
FAFSA applications for 2021-2022 are open on Thursday, October 1. Remember to file early to ensure access to all funding you are eligible for.
Be prepared for winter quarter 2021 course registration coming up on October 15!
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.
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Free Applications for Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2021-2022 academic year are open on Thursday, October 1. DePaul’s priority FAFSA filing date is November 15th, 2020! Make sure you file yours as early as possible to ensure access to all of the funds you are eligible for, you can file your FAFSA here. For more information regarding the 2021-2022 FAFSA, visit the financial aid website or email them at finaid1@depaul.
Did you know that course carts and registration for winter quarter 2021 will be open for students on October 15? Before you enroll for your classes next quarter, make sure to talk with your advisor about which classes to take and login to Campus Connect to view your Degree Progress Report (DPR). Your DPR will show you what classes you have taken, which ones you still need to complete still, as well as what courses are are being offered and when. Stay on top of these things to make sure you get into the classes you need!