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Whether you're exploring majors, career options, or searching for a job that aligns with your passion, talking to someone who's been there can help. The Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) network connects students and graduates with alumni to explore college and professional transitions, life challenges, and career questions.
DePaul’s Career Center believes the path to your successful future starts with you. By helping you understand and shape your passions, interests and skills, the Career Center connects you with majors, internships, jobs and opportunities so that you can take on Chicago—and the world—with vigor, knowledge and preparation.
The Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) offers reasonable academic accommodations and services to support our students.
"Financial aid" is a broad term that encompasses a variety of options, from gift aid that you don't have to repay and loans that you do to employment programs like work-study or assistantships.
DePaul's Financial Fitness Program provides free services, resources and tools to help DePaul students manage costs from freshman year through graduation and beyond.
Handshake is the Career Center’s hub for job and internship listings, career event registration, on-campus interview information, and scheduling meetings with career advisors. Log in using your Campus Connect credentials. Check out our
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DePaul University is committed to fostering a culture of compliance and accountability that is consistent with its mission. To that end, DePaul staff, faculty and students are encouraged to report suspected wrong-doing. Reports of suspected misconduct may be made anonymously via both the toll-free number and the intake website:
Misconduct Reporting Hotline: (877) 236-8390Misconduct Reporting Intake Website:
The Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity is designed to provide resources and organizational integration to effectively coordinate and develop a wide spectrum of services, initiatives and policies. An essential component of the diversity effort at DePaul is the commitment to diversity as a core value of the institution.
The University Ombudsperson's office provides a "safe place" for members of the university community to express their personal concerns about institutional issues and ask questions about institutional matters. The University Ombudsperson provides impartial, confidential advice and information, or referrals, and seeks resolution of the issues raised.