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DePaul offers a number of resources to support students. Here is a list of campus resources for students seeking medical help, counseling services, sexual assault services, DePaul mentoring programs, emergency and crisis contacts, and more.
The Center coordinates DePaul University's provision of accommodations for students with documented disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. The Center works to assist students with accommodations to insure equal access to educational resources, provides assistive technologies, offers clinician specialist services, and links students to potential financial aid and internship opportunities.
DePaul offers references and referrals to community organizations that can support students who need affordable, emergency and short-term housing solutions, who are experiencing food insecurity (food pantries), short-term financial instability, or who need referrals for medical, dental or mental health resources outside of the university.
University Counseling Service helps remove barriers to learning by providing accessible psychological and psychiatric assessment, short-term psychotherapy, medication management, consultation and crisis intervention, community referrals as well as workshops and psychoeducational programming to currently enrolled students.
The Dean of Students Office (DOS) is primarily responsible for administering and adjudicating violations of the Code of Student Responsibility at DePaul University. Additionally, the office provides the administrative withdrawal and absence notification process, and can help students identify campus and community resources in times of personal and/or family crises and medical emergencies.
This resource directs students to DePaul’s health options such as DePaul’s partnership with the Presence medical group, sexual and reproductive health resources, immunization information, substance abuse support, and more. The office also offers many supports and resources on campus for individuals to create and sustain long-term healthy behaviors.
This site is designed to acquaint you with the programs, services and funding resources of the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity (OIDE). Here you’ll find information about anti-discrimination policies and procedures, resources for immigrants and refugees, Title IX policies around gender equality and athletics, rights of students who are pregnant and parenting, rights of survivors of sexual assault and relationship violence.
This office exists to promote, foster and support a campus environment that is inclusive of people from all sexualities and gender identities. This mission is achieved through a range of services, educational programs and community building events that reflect the needs and interests of the diverse LGBTQA communities at DePaul.
OMSS provides academic success information, developmental programs, and key staff contacts for first generation, low income students, or students of color to empower them to be their own advocates during a time of crisis. It is organized around three key curricular areas: College Transitions, Academic Excellence and Leadership Development, and Post-College Success. OMSS also offers programs through three, identity-specific student centers (Black, Latinx and LGBTQA), as well as intersectional programming and a resource for undocumented students at DePaul.
DePaul offers a number of peer mentoring programs, the STARS (Students Together are Reaching Success), LGBTQA, and other mentorship programs for first generation students, men of color, women of color, LGBTQ students, and more.
Public safety offers emergency response, hospital transportation, safety escort service, as well as lost and found.
This site offers resources dedicated to providing information for current and prospective undocumented students about financial aid options, admissions, and the offices available at DePaul to support them. The information gathered here is also intended to serve as a helpful guide for faculty and staff interested in learning more about serving the needs of undocumented students, and the university’s commitment to a creating a supportive environment for all students here at DePaul.
Campus and Community resources are available to both survivors and supporters. This site offers resources for counseling, medical and legal services, personal and academic support, education for prevention. The site also provides information about policies and procedures regarding reporting and methods of addressing sexual and relationship violence.
DePaul also offers programming and support services for specifics groups of students, including adult students, first generation college students, students with children, international students, students with disabilities, transfer students, veterans, residential students, LGBTQ students, and more. Students can contact these offices to access resources, or just connect with a particular community of learners.