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COVID-19 Resources

​Reporting COVID-19 cases 

If a student, faculty or staff member tests positive for COVID-19, the university requires that they report it if:

  • They are symptomatic and had been on campus at any point during the two days before their symptoms began.
  • Or they are are asymptomatic and had been on campus at any point during the two days before they tested positive.

Cases should be reported on DePaul's COVID-19 self-reporting website

The privacy and anonymity of faculty, staff and students who test positive for COVID-19 and those who may be part of a contact tracing investigation will always be maintained. 

Learn More about COVID-19 Reporting

DePaul resources

Office of Health Promotion and Wellness: Learn about holistic education, support and resources for individuals to establish and sustain long-term, healthy behaviors.

Study Abroad: DePaul University Study Abroad monitors the continuing global COVID-19 situation and posts updates. Its staff are working diligently to assess each individual study abroad program, so that we may proceed in the best interest of our students, with their safety as our top priority.

Mental health resources

People who are already managing existing medical conditions should prioritize self-care during difficult times and should contact their clinicians if they have any questions or concerns. University counselors are available for support, crisis management, community referrals and consultation. 

To speak directly to a therapist 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, students should call 773-325-CARE (2273) and Press "1" when prompted. To schedule an on-campus brief screening and consultation with University Counseling and Psychological Services, students should call 773-325-CARE (2273) during regular business hours and Press "2" when prompted.

In case of a life-threatening emergency please call Public Safety (773) 325-7777, 911 or the Advocate Illinois Masonic Behavioral Health Services Crisis Line at (773) 296-5380.   

Student health resources

If students need to utilize AMITA Sage Medical Group, please call the clinic ahead of time at (773) 549-7757 to be screened and scheduled appropriately.