If you have follow-up questions after orientation, you can email:
Note: It is very important to include your name and DePaul ID number in any email correspondence.
Have your final transcripts been sent? If not, please send them to:
Office of Admission
1 E. Jackson Blvd
Chicago, IL 60604
Changing Your Registration, Dropping Classes and Deferring Admission
Be observant of the deadlines to add, drop and place classes on pass/fail. Check the Academic Calendar
frequently to familiarize yourself with these important dates.
you decide not to attend DePaul or decide you no longer wish to take a
course you are registered for, you must officially drop the course(s)
using Campus Connect. If you decide not to attend DePaul or wish
to defer your admission to a future quarter, you must contact the Office
of Admission at email@example.com.
Not attending a course or telling someone you no longer
plan to attend will not release you from your academic and financial
Beyond Orientation: Planning Your Schedule for the Next Quarter
When registering for your second quarter at DePaul, there are several items that you will want to consider:
- What times and locations are most convenient for you to attend class?
classes at times or campuses that conflict with work, family or other
obligations can result in trouble down the road. Try to plan a schedule
that works best with your life.
- What requirements have you already met?
Degree Progress Report (available through Campus Connect) and
your credit evaluation are important tools for academic planning at
DePaul. Use them wisely!
Be sure not to register for courses that
you have already satisfied with transfer credit. Also, check that you
have met all required prerequisites for the courses you plan to enroll
in. Proper academic preparation for class guarantees success.
students should utilize the Degree Progess Report along with their
credit evaluation to determine how their courses transferred and to
determine remaining degree requirements.
- Meet with your advisor at least once per quarter.
DePaul students have access to academic advisors. You should plan to
meet with your advisor at least once a quarter, which ensures proper
academic planning over your course of study at DePaul. Please see the Advising section for advising resources and contact information.
- How are your grades with your current course load?
- Should you increase or decrease school or other hours?
- Did other obligations outside of school and work interfere with your academic success?
Should you increase or decrease school or other hours?
- Have you completed your writing and math requirements?
It is recommended that you work on finishing these courses.