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the end of each academic year, the Division of Student Affairs recognizes the
many outstanding graduating seniors who have dedicated... read more
James Stewart was named director of Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs in January 2017. Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student... read more
Jodi Falk, PhD, was named the associate director in the Center for Students with Disabilities in March 2017. In her current role, she... read more
Katy Weseman joined the team in New Student and Family Engagement as an associate director in March 2017. In this role, Katy... read more
Ashlee Richardson has been with DePaul University since
January 2017 as the coordinator in the Office of New Student and... read more
From aromatherapy to
dodgeball, Brain Fuel Week provides many ways for students to relieve
stress before final exams. The Office of Health... read more
Every July, a new assessment cycle begins in the Division of
Student Affairs. At this time, each of the 14 departments in Student... read more
The Diverse Learning Environments (DLE) survey was launched
at DePaul on February 23, 2017, and is open until April 28, 2017. The... read more
At the heart of activism lies the Vincentian question: “What
must be done?” Keith Baltimore in the Office of Religious Diversity seeks... read more
keeping track of class work and exams, work hours, co-curricular activities and
their social lives, on top of the... read more
Joshua Smyser-DeLeon joined DePaul in January 2017 as a university minister in Catholic Campus Ministry. In his role he is responsible for... read more
Michelle Chong joined DePaul University in December 2016 as the business coordinator for the Office of Student Involvement. In her... read more
Carrie Don, business manager for the Division of Student Affairs, was presented with the Region IV-E Outstanding Service to NASPA... read more
Courtney James, assistant director in the Office of Student Involvement, was selected for the inaugural cohort for the leadership... read more
Each year, the division of Student Affairs recognizes outstanding staff members for their work with students and contributions to important... read more
For the past seven years and counting, the Center for Identity, Inclusion and Social change has brought together DePaul’s various cultural... read more
The National Association for Campus Activities’ #MyVoteMatters program was a voter engagement initiative offered exclusively to member... read more
Johnny LaSalle, coordinator in the Center for Identity, Inclusion and Social Change, received the Outstanding Staff Professional award for... read more
As part of DePaul’s Speech and Race Action Plan implemented in Fall Quarter 2016, a team of faculty, staff and students has been assembled... read more
Bernard Little joined DePaul University in October 2016 as the assistant dean of students in the Dean of Students Office. In his role,... read more
Meet Timmy Arnold, a junior political science major at DePaul originally from Bloomington-Normal, Ill. Arnold is a student employee in... read more
Flu season’s widespread impact is evident in the sharp increase in
sniffling, coughing and sneezing throughout campus. To avoid falling... read more
The Division of Student Affairs held its second annual
Professional Development Symposium featuring keynote speaker Lori Patton Davis
of... read more
Alyssa Rickman joined the Office of Health Promotion and Wellness in December 2016 as the Health Promotion Coordinator. In this role, she is... read more
Tanisha joined the Division of Student Affairs in October 2016 as the administrative coordinator in Residential Education. In this... read more
Two new educational modules were introduced to Discover and Explore Students in fall of 2015: AlcoholEdu and Haven, and this fall, it was opened up to transfer, graduate and law students. AlcoholEdu, an interactive, online program that teaches students about the effects of alcohol and how to handle tricky situations involving alcohol, and Haven, a program that educates students about healthy relationships, sexual consent and bystander intervention, are used by a number of colleges and universities across the country.
During the past several weeks, you might have seen a number of students wearing “Explore Your Purpose, DePaul University” t-shirts, and wondered what that was, exactly. Well, wonder no more: the university’s vocation, or purpose, project, “Vincentian Vision and Values” has changed its name to “Explore Your Purpose.”
Please help Student Affairs welcome Gregory A. Moorehead as the new director of the Center for Students with Disabilities. Moorehead comes to DePaul from the University of Chicago, and has held positions at Rutgers and Western Michigan University.
Brittany Royce has been with DePaul since June 2016, and serves as the residence director for Corcoran and McCabe Halls.
James C. Thomas has been with DePaul University since May 2016, and in his current role as the program coordinator for campus activities in the Office of Student Involvement, he is responsible for the DePaul Activities Board, the Blue Demon Week Committee and Big Pink Volleyball.
Matt Schultz has been with DePaul University since the summer of 2016 as the residence director for Munroe & Belden-Racine halls.... read more
Rachana Doshi joined DePaul University In August 2016 as a staff psychologist and outreach coordinator for University Counseling Services.
Skorseth is a senior health science/bioscience major, as well as captain of the
DePaul cross country team and indoor and outdoor track teams.
Being a student athlete is hard work: not only are they students with class, homework and tests like everyone else, but they also have... read more
The Dolores Huerta Breakfast, hosted by DePaul’s Center for Identity, Inclusion and Social Change, is a tradition dating back to 2009, when it first appeared as the Oscar Romero Breakfast.
Election season is upon us, and we should be
doing everything we can to encourage students to register and vote.
College Choice ranked DePaul as the 28th on their list of the 50 best disability friendly colleges and universities.
DePaul’s own DemonTHON, a 24-hour dance marathon and fundraising push benefitting the Anne and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital, was recognized at the Dance Marathon Leadership Conference at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio in July.
James Thomas of Student Involvement was appointed a Leadership Fellow for the National Association for Campus Activities.
DePaul has established a new, off-campus housing service website. Summer is prime moving season, and students, faculty and staff who... read more
“Premiere DePaul is the gateway experience for new,... read more
Between the 2013-14 and 2015-16 academic years, the number of low-performing freshmen at the... read more
Meet student leader, Marisol Villasenor. She is a junior majoring in psychology with a concentration in human services. She was born... read more
Meet student leader, Nicole Ashley. She is a sophomore majoring in psychology with a concentration in human services and a minor in... read more
Did you know?
Three Student Affairs staff members recently penned a few chapters in the publication of "Closing the Opportunity... read more
On April 29, Tedx DePaul University showcased 12 speakers from our university community—faculty, staff, students and alumni—who delivered... read more