Students can find information on student organizations, events on campus, student employment and leadership opportunities at DePaul by navigating to the Student Affairs student life web page or they can visit DePaul's OrgSync page.
Being involved with the campus community will enhance the DePaul experience, and with more than 350 student organizations and many other ways to get involved, it's just a matter of choosing how to enhance the experience.
What kinds of clubs and student organizations does DePaul offer?
DePaul has over 350 clubs and organizations, such as a literary magazine, radio station, newspaper, choral groups, drama club, jazz band, student government, academic organizations, ethnic clubs, honorary academic groups, special interest clubs, debate team and community service organizations.
Students are encouraged to attend one of two involvement fairs offered in the fall and winter quarters to learn more about student clubs and organizations. Information about these fairs is posted around campus, as well as on Campus Connect and OrgSync.
What kinds of fraternities and sororities are established at DePaul?
There are 30 fraternities and sororities at DePaul University. Students can contact the Office of Student Involvement for more information.
I've heard a lot about FEST. How can I get involved?
FEST is a spring outdoor concert and festival that is planned and implemented by the DePaul Activities Board (DAB). DAB is the largest programming body on campus and works to provide a variety of events for the DePaul community.
Students can apply to be a program assistant on one or more of DAB's seven committees, or they can apply to be a coordinator of one of the committees. Learn more about FEST.
For information on other exciting events that DePaul hosts throughout the year, navigate to the Student Affairs events web page.
Does DePaul have a homecoming?
No. Instead of a homecoming, DePaul celebrates Blue Demon Week during the winter quarter. The DePaul Activities Board (DAB), the Student Government association, and various university departments (including Alumni Relations, the Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center, Student Affairs and Athletics) plan Blue Demon Week. The week typically features a number of spirit and affinity building events on campus, and culminates with men's and women's senior day basketball games and a Blue Demon Dance. For more information, visit DAB's website.