Given DePaul's mission as a teaching institution, especially one devoted to providing students with personal attention, advising is an extension of the faculty's role as teachers. Faculty can help students understand relationships among different courses, suggest classes beyond specific requirements that might be beneficial, provide information about internships, study abroad programs, PhD programs and career opportunities related to their degree; and perhaps most importantly, listen and respond to students who seek guidance.
Faculty Mentors by Degree Program:
Nonprofit Management: Robert Stokes
Public Administration: Robert Stokes, Nicholas Kachiroubas
International Public Service Management: Ramya Ramanath, Michael Diamond
Master of Public Policy: Joseph Schwieterman
Public Service Management: Raphael Ogom, Ramya Ramanath, Michael Diamond
Degree chairs typically contact students throughout the year with degree specific information. Students should contact degree chairs for general concerns related to their degree program.
Degree Progress Report
Your Degree Progress Report (DPR) in Campus Connect tracks and helps you plan your progress to degree. Your DPR provides requirement information for your declared major (as well as double majors or minors), detailing what you have completed and what courses you can choose to complete the remaining requirements.
The unofficial transcript is a record of the courses completed and other credits earned. Access to the unofficial transcript is through the Campus Connect
Online Course Registration
Online course registration is restricted to students enrolled in the online degree program cohort. In-class students interested in online coursework must add themselves to the wait list for each course they are interested in. Once online students have registered for coursework, remaining spaces of each online section will open to wait-listed students. For more information about adding a waitlist, visit DePaul Central
Any student with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) below 2.7 (B-) is on academic probation. For further details on the academic probation and dismissal policy, please review the SPS Academic Probation and Dismissal Policy
. NOTE: Academic probation is different from financial aid probation. Students on financial aid probation must see a financial aid counselor.