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The Diverse Learning Environments (DLE) survey was launched
at DePaul on February 23, 2017, and is open until April 28, 2017. The... read more
keeping track of class work and exams, work hours, co-curricular activities and
their social lives, on top of the... read more
The Division of Student Affairs held its second annual
Professional Development Symposium featuring keynote speaker Lori Patton Davis
of... 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.”
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Three Student Affairs staff members recently penned a few chapters in the publication of "Closing the Opportunity... read more