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Student Services

Services Provided by Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs consists of 10 departments that offer a variety of programs and services. Our offerings reach all students, but many programs target specific populations such as adult students, veterans, students with disabilities, and first-generation college students. The division’s mission is to deliver programs and services that foster student success, build community and contribute to the development of the whole student. 

To browse our student services, navigate through the topics at the top of the Student Affairs webpage. You can also find information about our 10 departments by on our departments page.

Services Provided by Other University Departments

Departments outside of the Division of Student Affairs also offer programs and services to DePaul students. These departments manage facilities; provide academic services, such as Financial Aid and Student Records; offer career, fitness and financial programs; foster an alumni spirit; and provide legal guidance.

Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK)

The DePaul Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) network connects DePaul students and graduates with alumni to explore college and professional transitions, life challenges and university and career questions.

ASK mentors were once DePaul students, so they kow what students are going through. Whether they are exploring majors, career options, searching for a job that aligns wihth their passion, or dealing with avariet of life challenges, talkin to somone who's been ther can help.

​Loop Campus

1 E. Jackson Blvd.
DePaul Center, Suite 9400
​(312) 362-8281

ask@depaul.edu
Learn more here. ​

Career Center

By helping students understand and shape their passions, interests and skills, the Career Center connects students with majors, internships, jobs and opportunities so that they can take on Chicago - and the world - with vigor, knowlegde and preparation. The Career Center is dedicatd to:

Encouraging personal discovery - so student careers align with their interests and passins.

Leveraging business, alumni and communtiy connections in the city of Chicago and around the world - so students can avail of ever-growing opportunities and step readily in the network of success.

Developing diverse, real-world skills - so they are fully prepared and empowerd.

Supporting students, alumni, faculty and employers at every step.


Lincoln Park Campus

2320 N. Kenmore Ave.
Schmitt Academic Center, Suite 192
​(773) 325-7431


Loop Campus

1 E. Jackson Blvd.
DePaul Center, Suite 9500
(312) 362-8437​

career_center@depaul.edu
Learn more here.

Catholic Campus Ministry

Catholic Campus Ministry (CCM) provides a range of programs and resources directed toward supporting the spiritual lives of Catholic students and those interested in learning more about the Catholic faith. Housed on the first floor of the Lincoln Park Student Center, CCM is a welcoming home for students from many backgrounds to form friendships and connect with others in a strong and supportive community of peers for whom faith, service, prayer and good conversation are important. 


Lincoln Park Campus

2250 N. Sheffield Ave.
Student Center, Suite 104
​(773) 325-4143

Learn more here.

DePaul Central (also Financial Aid, Student Accounts & Student Records)

A one-stop integrated student service area to help students manage financial aid, course registration and tuition payment processes at DePaul.


Lincoln Park Campus

2320 N. Kenmore Ave.
Schmitt Academic Center, Suite 101


Loop Campus

1 E. Jackson Blvd.
DePaul Center, Suite 9100
​(312) 362-8610

dpcl@depaul.edu
Learn more here. ​

Financial Fitness Program

DePaul's Financial Fitness Program provides free services, resources and tools to help students manage costs from freshman year through graduation and beyond. Services include:

  • Money management workshops
  • Confidential one-on-one financial advising
  • Accessible written and online resources and tools
Lincoln Park Campus
2320 N. Kenmore Ave.
Schmitt Academic Center, Suite 101

Loop Campus
1 E. Jackson Blvd.
DePaul Center, Suite 9100
(312) 362-6482

financialfitness@depaul.edu
Learn more here.

Department of Housing

Housing services administers the processes for living on campus and partners with others in promoting this experience. The office strives to provide exceptional services within DePaul's high-quality, residential facilities while also encouraging residents' personal growth and community responsibility.


Lincoln Park Campus

2345 N. Sheffield Ave.
Centennial Hall, Suite 301
​(772) 325-7196

housing@depaul.edu
Learn more here. ​

Global Engagement

International Student and Scholar Services

International Student and Scholar Services (ISS) is committed to providing high quality services that support international students so they may successfully engage with the DePaul community and achieve their academic goals. ISS supports international students through the following services and opportunities:

  • ​Orientation
  • Immigration advising
  • Mentorship and adjustment support
  • Leadership development opportunities

Loop Campus

1 E. Jackson Blvd.
DePaul Center, Suite 9300
(312) 362-8376

English Language Academy


The English Language Academy (ELA) is a full-time, intensive language program that offers English courses and activities that meet the personal and professional goals of our international students. You can learn more about ELA on the International Admission website, including how to apply, courses and other offerings.

Loop Campus

25 E. Jackson Blvd., Suite 1700
Chicago, IL 60604 USA
1+ (312) 362-6455

Study Abroad​


​DePaul's Study Abroad office provides DePaul students with a diversity of education abroad offerings, ranging in duration, cost, program type, cross-cultural engagement and academic discipline.

Lincoln Park Campus

2320 N. Kenmore Ave, Suite 460


Loop Campus

14 E. Jackson Blvd., Suite 411
1+ (312) 362-6962

Pastoral Care and Religious Diversity

Religious diversity provides pastoral leadership, support and advocacy to the diverse religious and spritiual communties and persons of DePaul by cultivating a faith- and interfaith-friendly culture, providing pastoral and organizational support to all our student religious organizations, and sustaining interfaith leadership, programming and cooperation on the Lincoln Park and Loop campuses, as well as through online resources.


Lincoln Park Campus

2250 N. Sheffield Ave.
Student Center, Suite 311​
(773) 325-7902


Loop Campus

1 E. Jackson Blvd.
​​DePaul Center, Suite 11008-11010

The Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center

 

The Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center provides 120,000 square feet of fitness and recreation participation opportunities. Included are a variety of facility spaces, equipment, services and programs (including group fitness, intramural sports, club sports, fitness services, outdoor adventure trips, team challenge activities, instructional classes and special events) to meet the needs of the DePaul community.


Lincoln Park Campus

2235 N. Sheffield Ave.
​(773) 325-4555​

Learn more here. ​​

Student Centers

 

The S​tudent Centers at DePaul are the centers of community activity. The Student Centers are DePaul's gathering places, providing amenities and services to promote out-of-classroom interaction between students, faculty and staff. The Student Centers department also coordinates campus dining services and manages and supports student meal plans.


Lincoln Park Campus

2250 N. Sheffield Ave.
Student Center, Suite 303
(773) 325-7346


Loop Campus

1 E. Jackson ​Blvd.
DePaul Center, Suite 8003
​(312) 362-8624

Learn more here. ​​

Vincentian Service and Formation

The Vincentian Service and Formation office provides students with service oppportunities to communities in need, while encouraging students to develop their faith lives in light of their service involvement. Inspired by the example of St. Vincent de Paul, students are engaged in direct service, advocacy and consciousness raising, while working towards building a more just society. Through reflection, students find a safe place to examine questions of social justice.


Linco​ln Park Campus

2250 N. Sheffield Ave.
Student Center, Suite 311
​​(773) 325-7902​​

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Wintrust Bank

Wintrust operates fifteen community bank subsidaries with over 150 banking locations located in the greater Chicago and southern Wisconsin market areas. Wintrust has a deep commitment to the communities it serves throughout Chicago, and their banks are involved with many local chambers of commerce, and are active in local charities, local government, school boards and community development activities.
Wintrust offers six on-campus ATMs and branches at the Lincoln Park and Loop campuses, and offers a special college student bank account option.

Lincoln Park Campus
2250 N. Sheffield Ave.
Student Center, Suite 109

Loop Campus
14 E. Jackson Blvd.
Daley Building, Floor 1

Women's Center

The W​omen's Center is proactive in working towards an open and diverse environment that recognizes that gender, race, class, nationality, ethnicity and sexual orientation, among other factors, shape issues that must be addressed before an open and diverse environment can exist. In this and other ways, the Women's Center acts as a catalyst for positive social change encouraging members of our communities to express their needs and concerns, discuss their interest and develop important networks.

Lincoln Park Campus
2320 N. Kenmore Ave.
Schmitt Academic Center, Room 150
(773) 325-7558