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Being involved with your campus community virtually or in person will enhance your DePaul experience! It’s just a matter of choosing HOW to enhance your time as Blue Demon through 350+ student organizations and many other ways to involved!
Looking to get involved? Our involvement opportunities are available in this virtual setting!
Check out the
Virtual Involvement Fair! Many of our student organizations and departments will be available to share about ways to get involved through their specific area. This event will take place on Friday, September 18th from 11 am – 6 pm on
This is a resource for incoming and current students as a first look into involvement at DePaul through student organizations, departments, and additional opportunities. Once we receive the form with your interests, the Office of Student Involvement will provide an individualized report of ways to get involved at DePaul.
Still have questions about getting involved? Email
email@example.com to set up a meeting with our Student Organization Specialist.
You can check out all the ways to get involved on
DeHub, our campus-wide student engagement tool that provides students, faculty, and staff with a direct connection to student organization and departmental portals, upcoming events and more!
Please be aware that DePaul University has no affiliation with student groups that are not registered student organizations. Students are encouraged to contact the Student Organization Specialist if they have any concerns or would like clarification about a group's registration status for the academic year.
So whether you are involved in one service organization, the DePaul Activities Board, Student Government, among others you can put our own personal spin on our DePaul experience.
Yes, but there is a university process for getting a speaker approved to appear on campus.
First note that if the speaker will only be speaking to members of your student organization, or will be speaking at an off-campus location, the speaker does not have to be reviewed and approved by the university.
If other members of the DePaul and/or Chicago community will be invited to the event, and the event is being held on campus, the university must review and approve the requested speaker. A Speaker Review Committee consisting of two faculty, two staff and two student members conducts the review, keeping in mind a number of considerations, and then makes a recommendation to the director of Student Involvement. Student organizations can log into DeHUB for more information for the Speaker Review Procedure.
DePaul is committed to fostering an educational community that welcomes free and open discourse. We believe that speakers provide an opportunity for students to hear and discuss opposing viewpoints on a wide range of topics. As such, DePaul encourages student organizations to plan, promote and engage in thoughtful, respectful and challenging dialogue, including through guest speakers.
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