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Student Resources

This section contains additional information for both undergraduate and graduate students, members of the university community, and others with an interest in DePaul's Philosophy Department.


Undergraduate Resources

  • Advising: Get answers to the most commonly asked questions about programs and concentrations, transfer credits, courses, deadlines and more.

  • DUOS Scholarship Opportunity: DUOS is a student-based grant opportunity blending the energy and skills of doctoral and undergraduate students in the Philosophy Department.

  • Forms: Find forms for Independent Study, Declaration of major, minor and/or concentration, and Request for 20+ Credit Hours.

  • Grad School FAQ
    : Get answers to the most commonly asked questions about going
    to graduate school.

  • Philosophy Circle: This student group is dedicated to fostering philosophical discussion on issues and questions that are less likely to be covered in the classroom.

  • Philosophy Links
    : Discover organizations, online resources and other opportunities for philosophical inquiry.

  • Paper Writing Suggestions
    : Are you experiencing writer's block? Read tips and suggestions on writing your paper.

Graduate Resources

  • DUOS Scholarship Opportunity: DUOS is a student-based grant opportunity blending the energy and skills of doctoral and undergraduate students in the Philosophy Department. Learn about how to initiate the application process.

  • Fellowship Timelines: In consultation with the Graduate Director, learn about the program timelines.

  • Forms: Find forms for Independent Study, Language Proficiency, PASS/FAIL Request, Dissertation Procedure and more.

  • Graduate Student Funding: Learn about opportunities for financial assistance in conducting research, creative work and paper presentations at academic conferences.

  • The Society for Under-Represented Groups (SURG): SURG supports those from under-represented groups who currently work and study in the Department of Philosophy. Membership is open to all current graduate students.

Other Resources

Institute for Business and Professional Ethics (IBPE): Led by several of the nation's leading business ethics scholars, IBPE, with support from the Driehaus College of Business and the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, strives to bring the broad knowledge base of academic research to life, helping business leaders resolve a growing number of real-world ethical and compliance challenges.

Philosophy Today: An International Journal of Contemporary Philosophy: This peer-reviewed journal addresses current questions, topics and debates of contemporary philosophy, with a focus on continental philosophy. Learn about the submission process or read free previews of published articles.​​​