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  • RSVP to attend the Midnight Breakfast

    RSVP to attend the Midnight Breakfast

    ​On Tuesday, Nov. 13, Student Affairs will host the second annual Midnight Breakfast from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m. There will be free food served by faculty, staff and DePaul’s President A. Gabriel Esteban, Ph.D., and his wife, Josephine. ​Students can RSVP to attend the event. Faculty and staff can sign up to volunteer at the midnight meal.
  • Meal program updates create more options for DePaul diners

    Meal program updates create more options for DePaul diners

    ​This fall, the new academic year brought new food options for DePaul diners. In addition to changes in the meal plan structure, DePaul rolled out expanded food choices at the main Lincoln Park Campus dining hall. ​Read on to learn more about the new updates and inclusions. 
  • Celebrate National Transfer Student Week

    Celebrate National Transfer Student Week

    ​National Transfer Student Week 2018 is Oct. 15 – 19, and DePaul is celebrating. Throughout the week, the Office of Undergraduate Transfer Admission will host a number of events. ​All transfer students are invited to participate.
  • Register for a Global Learning Experience at DePaul

    Register for a Global Learning Experience at DePaul

    ​Would you like to collaborate with students overseas on a project or assignment without leaving your DePaul classroom or your home? Are you interested in having meaningful global conversations and transformative intercultural experiences facilitated by your instructor and aided by technology? Consider taking a DePaul course with a GLE component.​
  • Students: Mark your calendars for Family Weekend 2018

    Students: Mark your calendars for Family Weekend 2018

    Students, Family Weekend 2018 is just around the corner. From School of Music concerts to open houses with academic programs to free admission at the Art Institute of Chicago, Family Weekend is a university-wide event Oct. 12-14 intended for students and their families to experience campus during the fall quarter. Discounted tickets are available to those who preregister before Friday, Oct. 5. 
  • University hosts back to school events

    University hosts back to school events

    ​Welcome Week 2018 may be over, but the fun isn’t. Check out some Back to School 2018 events, like an amusement fair and an outdoor screening of "The Avengers," happening across campus and mark your calendar accordingly.​
  • Understanding FERPA

    Understanding FERPA

    The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, commonly referred to as FERPA, provides students with certain rights regarding educational records. ​Read on for more information about your rights under FERPA.
  • Tuition insurance available for students

    Tuition insurance available for students

    ​There’s no way of foreseeing medical or personal issues that force students to withdraw from classes. If you don’t have proper coverage you could lose some, or all, of the money you have paid. This year, the GradGuard Protection Plan is available for tuition reimbursement in cases of emergency.​
  • Students: Get ready for FEST with upcoming events

    Students: Get ready for FEST with upcoming events

    ​FEST, DePaul’s annual spring celebration held on May 25, is almost here. Tickets to see ASAP Ferg and Chicago the BJ Kid are $10. In the week leading up to FEST, the DePaul Activities Board will host a number of related events where the student body can celebrate the end of the academic year.​
  • A fusion of business and communication: Sports communication degree debuting this fall

    A fusion of business and communication: Sports communication degree debuting this fall

    ​DePaul is one of the pioneers in higher education to offer a sports communication bachelor's degree - a fusion that balances communication and business classes. Classes are slated to begin this fall. Read on to learn more about the new program and the variety of career opportunities the sports industry offers. ​
  • Want to be a student speaker at commencement? Deadline extended to Sunday

    Want to be a student speaker at commencement? Deadline extended to Sunday

    ​Students graduating in June have until 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 22, to submit an application to become a speaker at their commencement ceremony.​
  • Commencement update: Attend early ticket pickup and enter to win an Apple watch

    Commencement update: Attend early ticket pickup and enter to win an Apple watch

    ​Students with commencement ceremonies that require tickets should plan to attend Early Ticket Pickup on Monday and Tuesday.​
  • Commencement update: Don

    Commencement update: Don't miss tomorrow's cap and gown ordering deadline

    ​Tomorrow, April 6, is the deadline for students graduating in June to order a cap and gown for commencement. The ordering deadline for Law was March 12. Continue reading to get the step-by-step instructions. ​
  • Vincentian Service Day group registration closes Sunday, April 8

    Vincentian Service Day group registration closes Sunday, April 8

    ​Vincentian Service Day 2018 is Saturday, May 12. On that day, more than 1,200 DePaul students, faculty, staff and alumni will participate in a day of service. Registration for group participation in the day's events will close on Sunday, April 8.​
  • Commencement update: Apply to become a student speaker and more news

    Commencement update: Apply to become a student speaker and more news

    ​Applications are being accepted until midnight on April 20 for students who would like to be considered to present an address at their respective commencement ceremonies in June. Read on to find out how to apply, as well as more details about early ticket pickup. ​
  • Students: Win $500 in t-shirt design contest

    Students: Win $500 in t-shirt design contest

    ​Students, could you use $500? Do you have a creative flair? If so, flex your creativity, support fair trade fashion and possibly put some cold cash in your pocket by entering a T-shirt design contest.​
  • Commencement update: Change to the ticketing process and more news

    Commencement update: Change to the ticketing process and more news

    ​In response to concerns from the Student Government Association and other students, DePaul is adjusting the process of distributing commencement tickets to allow graduates an earlier time period in which they can try to secure additional tickets. Read on to get all the details.​
  • Students: University offers

    Students: University offers 'Feel Better Fast' workshops

    ​University Counseling Services now offers "Feel Better Fast," a weekly workshop designed to help students identify changes they may want to make in their personal lives, ways to overcome obstacles and techniques to improve their overall mood. Read on to learn more about upcoming discussion topics and when the group meets.​
  • Aromatherapy, healthy food and career advice: Finals week is upon us

    Aromatherapy, healthy food and career advice: Finals week is upon us

    ​Stressed about finals? Need career advice? Check out these upcoming events for DePaul students in the beginning of March. (Yes, there will be food.) Read on to learn more about Brain Fuel Week from March 5-9 and a career workshop for students on March 9.  ​
  • 'Black Panther' screening, other events tailored for students this February

    ​Need tickets to see "Black Panther" this weekend? Find out how to score them, plus learn about other student events on campus. ​
  • Take part in DePaul

    Take part in DePaul's winter internship fair

    ​Looking for an internship? Join the Career Center for its annual Winter Internship Fair this Friday, Feb. 9, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. More than 60 different employers are excited to connect with DePaul students for job and internship opportunities.​
  • Want a chance to win a giftcard? Join DePaul

    Want a chance to win a giftcard? Join DePaul's inaugural gnome hunt

    ​DePaul's inaugural Gnome Hunt will take place Feb. 5-9. Find a gnome on the Loop or Lincoln Park Campus and you'll receive two DePaul t-shirts and a Chartwells gift card.​
  • Students: Apply to be a peer health educator

    Students: Apply to be a peer health educator

    ​Peer health educators, members of the Health Education Action Team, promote health and well-being across campus through workshops and programs around health-related topics. Applications are due Feb. 16. ​
  • Students: Become a Chicago Quarter Program mentor, orientation leader

    Students: Become a Chicago Quarter Program mentor, orientation leader

    ​New Student and Family Engagement is now accepting applications for Chicago Quarter mentors and orientation leaders. Applications are due Sunday, Jan. 21.​
  • University news for students

    University news for students

    ​Over the past several months, DePaul students expressed an interest in receiving more news from the university. We heard you and are happy to officially welcome you to DePaul Newsline, the newsletter for the university community. Check out the student news column now.​