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Community Q&A

Ghanem to discuss higher education with The Village Chicago

Scott Butterworth

​Provost Salma Ghanem will be the featured speaker Tuesday, Aug. 31, as The Village Chicago examines the role of higher education will play in the Future of Work. This online session is open to the public, and registration is free.

Jesse White Tumbler Soars on Wings of DePaul Generosity

Bob Sakamoto

​Jamari Grant is the first recipient of the Marc Jacobson Blue Demon Scholarship, a Vincentian-like collaboration among Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White, DePaul soccer alum Marc Jacobson and DePaul athletics director DeWayne Peevy.

Take Note

Faculty, staff and students

DePaul ID card: Registered students and active staff and faculty can make use of a new, fast and convenient online process to obtain a DePaul ID card—your official identification while at DePaul University—quicker and easier than ever. This page has instructions on how to submit the required photo. Once your photo is submitted and approved, you cannot submit another photo online. Instead, to change the photo on your DePaul ID card, please visit an ID Card office on either the Lincoln Park or Loop campuses.

Faculty and staff

Mail delivery: Print and Mailing Services currently delivers mail on a fixed schedule to staffed departments that have requested service. To join this list, please contact Normal delivery to each departmental mailstop location will resume when school starts in the fall.

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DePaul in the News

How Climate Change Impacts US and Global Migration

Kathleen Arnold • WTTW

The Democratic Socialist Caucus Pushes Progressive Agenda in City Council

Corey Schmidt and Nick Kachiroubas • South Side Weekly

Minority Mental Health: The Syndemic Leaders Can’t Ignore

William Martin • American College of Healthcare Executives


Scene at DePaul

Getting ready for the fall

​Alfredo Ibarra, left, and Vernon Crowder of Facility Operations help get a Loop Campus classroom ready for the fall by adjusting seating arrangements and removing tape that marked off social distance on shared tables. Learn more about how DePaul is preparing for the fall start of classes. (DePaul University/Randall Spriggs)