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Programs & Services
The Office of Multicultural Student Success (OMSS) is a key partner in DePaul University's efforts to admit, retain and successfully graduate low-income college students, first-generation college students and students of color. We offer numerous programs and involvement opportunities for students and their families, so please look around our site to see where you fit in! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us…we'd love to meet with you!
As a result of engaging with OMSS programs and services, students will be able to:
OMSS offers job opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Peer Mentors: STARS Peer Mentors are sophomore, junior and senior level students who are partnered with freshmen who are first-generation, low-income or students of color for one full academic year. During that year, the mentor serves as a guide to assist their mentee in navigating the transition from high school to college at DePaul.
Graduate Assistants (GAs): OMSS offers three graduate assistantships for students pursuing their graduate degrees at DePaul University. From assisting with program development to leading workshops, the Graduate Assistants (GAs) are paraprofessional staff with a high level of responsibility and autonomy. OMSS GAs support the following initiatives:
Applications for all graduate positions are available during the Spring Quarter.
Office of Multicultural Student SuccessLincoln Park Student Center2250 North Sheffield, Suite 105Chicago, IL 60614-3298Phone: 773.325.7325Fax: 773.325.7326
Identity-specific Cultural and Resource CentersLincoln Park Campus, O'Connell Building, 3rd Floor1036 W. Belden Ave.Chicago, IL 60614Phone: 773.325.7325Email: