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Divisional Council

The Divisional Council (council) is one part of the participatory leadership in the Division of Student Affairs at DePaul University. The Divisional Council consists of the vice president, the members of the vice president’s cabinet, the directors of each of the departments in the division, the associate dean of students, the divisional business manager, the divisional marketing communications specialist and the divisional technology project leader.

The purpose of the council is to:

  • Share in collaborative decision-making for the division
  • Engage in short and long-range planning and priority-setting
  • Assist in problem-solving
  • Build relationships among members of the division in order to promote trust and transparency regarding decisions reached
  • Ensure the proper scope and efficiency of communications in the division
  • Intentionally represent the perspectives of the different departments, professional activities and staff that exist in the division

The council meets twice per month during the academic year and also meets for 2 retreats annually.

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