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DePaul offers a number of university resources and services to support students. This is a list of campus resources for students seeking medical help, counseling services, sexual and relationship abuse and assault services, DePaul mentoring programs, emergency and crisis contacts, and more.

For resources on specific topics, see resources listed below.


Learn about organizations and resources that help people find affordable housing and offer support, resources, and advocacy for affordable temporary and permanent housing. View resources »


Learn about immigration resources and services located at DePaul and in the greater Chicago area, including legal support and advocacy, counseling, child care services, mental health services, bilingual services, and community outreach. View resources »


Learn about organizations and resources that offer support, advocacy, education, and more for those who identify as queer, trans, gender nonconforming, lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, and more. View resources »

Mental Health

Learn about Chicago mental health and wellness resources, including services specifically for people of color and LGBTQIA folks. Resources include sliding scale health services, wellness communities, directories to culturally-specific healers and healthcare providers, and more. View resources »

Sexual & Relationship Abuse & Violence

Learn about resources at DePaul, the greater Chicago area and national hotlines, that offer counseling, support and advocacy services, health services, bilingual services, and community outreach. View resources »

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