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Service Immersions - Spend your December or spring break in service to others, building community, and learning about the complex issues facing our world.DePaul Community Service Association (DCSA) - Volunteer at one of 19 student-led community service sites located throughout Chicago.Service Days - Volunteer to serve community partners' needs on the first Saturday of May.Community Service in the Loop - Connect to service opportunities that will give you a chance to reflect, grow, and give back to the community.
Join an organization already in progress or develop your own. Information on finding and starting organizations is available under Student Life. There are several activist and political organizations to join at DePaul.
DeHUB provides students with instant access to what’s going on within the University by viewing the events calendar, communicate with other student leaders, and create or join other student organizations. Simply log in with your campus connect username and password and you are connected.
The Steans Center for Community Based Service Learning provides educational opportunities grounded in Vincentian community values to DePaul students. The Center seeks to develop mutually beneficial, reciprocal relationships with community organizations in order to develop a sense of social agency in our students through enrollment in CbSL courses, community internships and placements, and community-based student employment.
The CSS program offers a minor in Community Service Studies open to all undergraduates at DePaul. Check for information on Community Service Scholars.
The Division of Mission and Ministry collaborates with university constituencies in ways that measurably enhance their understanding and support of DePaul University's Catholic, Vincentian, and urban identity.
The Division of Mission and Ministry sponsors a two-year Vincentian Mission Fellows (VMF) Program for a select group of diverse students entering their Junior year. All sophomores receive an invitation to apply.