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.

At Home with DePaul
      
                 At Home with DePaul
Recently, DePaul's COVID-19 Response Task Force recommended that faculty, staff and students stay home for spring break and the following Easter weekend instead of travelling as the pandemic remains a serious threat. Read the announcement here​. In the meantime, connect with other Blue Demons in the community and visit the At Home with DePaul gallery page to see what your peers have been doing! Find more details in Newsline. ​
Rising High Fund

                     Rising High Fund
Are you an undergraduate 
Undocumented or DACAmented DePaul student in need of some emergency relief funds, or do you know one? The Office of Multicultural Student Success is now accepting referrals for the new Rising High Fund, made possible for Undocumented and DACAmented students at DePaul by a recent generous donation. Visit Newsline to learn more about the fund and to refer a student.
Wellness Wednesday

                Wellness Wednesday

As winter quarter comes to an end and final exams begin in just a couple of weeks, it is important for students to take care of themselves. Make sure to drink plenty of water, exercise, eat healthy and get plenty of rest as final project due dates and exams approach. Students can tune into the final two Wellness Wednesday​ sessions to address new topics and ways of taking care of oneself, which is important during final exams when most students are experiencing higher levels of stress.