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Campus Landmarks

Brownstones

The cyber café on the first floor of the Lincoln Park Student Center; the coffee shop has a number of computers with printing capabilities. ​

Cacciatore Stadium

Home to Blue Demon women's softball.

The Chapel

​Part of the music school, located on the east side of campus at 800 W. Belden Ave. Characterized by its soaring white steeple, it is currently used as a concert hall.

Cortelyou Commons

Built in 1929 as a dining hall for residents of the McCormick Theological Seminary, Cortelyou was acquired by DePaul University in 1976. The building reflects a Collegiate Gothic style, and now accommodates banquets, receptions, presentations and other large events, it is located at 2324 N. Fremont St. between McCabe hall and the buildings of the School of music on the Lincoln Park Campus.

The Egan Statue

Nine-and-a-half foot bronze likeness of Monsignor John J. Egan, who began and ended his career at DePaul and was known to be a life-long human and civil rights activist. The statue sits on a limestone block just outside of the Lincoln Park Student Center at the corner of Belden and Sheffield.

The Holtschneider Performance Center

Located on the Lincoln Park Campus along the west side of North Halsted Street between Fullerton and Belden avenues, includes the 505-seat Mary Patricia Gannon Concert Hall, the 81-seat Brennan Family Recital Hall, and the 76-seat Mary A. Dempsey and Philip H. Corboy Jazz Hall.

Lincoln Park Campus (LP​C)

One of DePaul's campuses, located in the Chicago neighborhood of Lincoln Park.

Loop

Part of downtown Chicago and home to the Loop Campus. The area is vaguely bound by a loop created by the “L” tracks.

LPSC or STU

The Lincoln Park Student Center, located at 2250 N. Sheffield Ave. on DePaul's Lincoln Park Campus. Houses the main campus dining hall, Brownstones, ETC. convenience/grocery store, and the offices of many of the departments in the Division of Student Affairs.

The Merle Reskin

The Theatre School's downtown theatre located at 60 E. Balbo Dr.—just off Michigan Avenue.

Multipurpose Room (MPR)

Room 120AB on the first floor of the Student Center used for many events.

The Pit

Large area in SAC between DePaul Central and the Career Center. A great place for students to study, talk with friends or just hangout.

The Quad

Grassy area on the west side of the Lincoln Park Campus between University Hall and Richardson Library.

The Ray

Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center, operated by the Campus Recreation Department.

Schmitt Academic Center (SAC)

A building on the Lincoln Park Campus located at 2320 n. Kenmore Ave.

St. Vincent's Circle

Landscaped area just off the Quad between the Schmitt Academic Center and the library. Statues depict St. Vincent de Paul interacting with two students.

Sullivan Athletic Center

Houses DePaul University Athletics and McGrath-Phillips Arena—home to Blue Demon women's basketball and volleyball.

The Theatre School

A 165,000 square-foot, five-story multipurpose facility at 2350 N. Racine Ave. designed by Cesar Pelli of Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects. It houses a 250-seat theatre, a flexible 100-seat black-box theatre as well as administrative and faculty offices, classrooms, rehearsal spaces, design studios, workshops and the school’s script library.

Whole Foods Market

National grocery chain that specializes in organic and locally sourced food that has a location on DePaul's Lincoln Park Campus at Fullerton and Sheffield.

Wintrust Arena

Located in the South Loop neighborhood at 200 E. Cermak Rd., Wintrust Arena opened in fall 2017, and is the home of Blue Demon men’s and women’s basketball. The arena anchors a neighborhood redevelopment project, and hosts year-round events, in addition to DePaul basketball.

Wish Field

Ho​me field for Blue Demon men's and women's soccer.