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Student Resources

Academic Calendar — Save this one as a favorite. The Academic Calendar provides you registration and tuition due dates, as well as holiday information.

Admissions — The Admissions office coordinates the assessment and waiver of application fees.

Career Center — The Career Center is the best place on campus to receive guidance on resume writing, job searching and student employment.

Dean of Students Office — Our Dean of Students office is a great place to obtain assistance. If at any time in your academic career you feel that you are falling behind or overwhelmed, please take time to contact them.

DePaul Central — This is DePaul University's one-stop shop for student services. Here students can work with representatives from the Records, Financial Aid and Student Accounts offices. You can chat online with a representative in real time, and you can also visit them on the DePaul Central Facebook page.

Discounts — Every dollar counts when you are a student. As a DePaul Student, you have access to a wide variety of discounted services and products.

Financial Aid — Students who are, or have an interest in, receiving financial aid should visit our Financial Aid office's website.

Housing Services — Students who utilize campus housing should become familiar with this site. It provides up-to-date information on available housing and pricing.

ID Card Services — Students can obtain a replacement Identification Card, resolve issues with their Identification Cards or find out more information on the benefits associated with the DePaul ID Card.

Meal Plan Services — Our Student Center coordinates meal plans. Take time to visit their website to explore pricing.

Outside Resources

Fastweb — Fastweb is a free scholarship search service. Complete a questionnaire that is designed to find out which scholarships you may qualify for, and then choose which ones you are interested in.

US Department of Education — When seeking financial aid, the U.S. Department of Education's website is an excellent starting point. Here you can find helpful tips and advice, as well as statistics and resources that will assist you with your educational career.

FAFSA — Free Application for Federal Student Aid is available for download at www.fafsa.ed.gov. New applications come out January 1 of every year. Plan ahead and apply early.​​​​​​​