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Living On Campus

​ Living on campus is an important aspect of college education. Residence halls are more than just rooms or places to study and sleep. They are places where students develop meaningful friendships, explore new ideas and get involved with the university community. Living in on-campus housing provides the opportunity to learn how to balance the academic and social aspects of life at DePaul University. 

Below you'll find information about living on campus. If you have questions about topics not addressed below please check the Guide to Student Housing or contact the Department of Residential Education. 

Department of Housing

The Department of Housing is responsible for operational issues in the residence halls. These include, but are not limited to, building and room assignments, residence hall front desk management, keys, work orders, billing, laundry, cable and other general facilities issues.

Residential Education

The Department of Residential Education is responsible for responding to student crises, building a sense of community and DePaul spirit, managing the student conduct process, and providing students with high quality opportunities for engagement. These include but are not limited to 24-hour crisis response, residence hall programming and events, roommate conflict management, policy enforcement, and on-campus leadership opportunities.

  • ​​​Live-in Professional Staff

    Professional staff members who live on campus facilitating educational and social opportunities, and comm​unity building, as well as providing emergency response to student incidents.
  • ​​​​Residential Education Learning Initiative (RELI)

    DePaul wants to promote a Learning Initiative for students based on the belief that every interaction with a student is an opportunity for learning and personal growth.​
  • ​​​​​​​Residence Hall Council (RHC)

    RHC is a liaison between organizations, university departments, and residential students created to enhance the quality of life in the residence halls by creating a safe and comfortable community.

  • Living Learning Communities

    The Pathways Honors program, designed for highly qualified and motivated students pursuing a health career, will provide admitted students an opportunity to live and collaborate together on the same residence hall floor.

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