Remote Learning at CDM: Resources and FAQ | DePaul University: Fall Quarter 2020 Preparations.
For information on current tuition rates, please visit the
Office of Student Accounts website.
Undergraduate tuition is structured on a package rate. Full-time undergraduate students take between 12-18 credit hours per quarter and are charged the package price for tuition. Students taking fewer than 12 or more than 18 credit hours per quarter are charged on a per-credit hour basis.
Graduate tuition is charged on a per-credit hour basis.
Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step in determining your eligibility for financial aid. To submit the FAFSA, visit
https://fafsa.ed.gov. Be sure to include DePaul’s school code (001671) in the school section portion of the FAFSA.
View additional undergraduate financial aid information on the
Office of Financial Aid website.
The Employer Tuition Deferral Plan is designed for students who receive tuition reimbursement from their employers. Since employer reimbursement is generally issued at the end of the term, this option provides an extended payment due date. Learn more on the
Student Financial Accounts website.
DePaul University is a participant in the
Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program, which will cover almost all tuition expenses for veterans who qualify for the Post 9/11 GI Bill® at 100 percent of the benefit. Learn more about
Veterans Financial Aid at DePaul University or to speak to someone about military financial aid, please contact
The Office of Veterans Affairs can assist you with a variety of forms that need to be submitted for the GI Bill®. The forms you will need to submit are as follows:
All Veterans Benefits documents except the FAFSA should be sent to:
Office of Veterans Affairs DePaul Center, Suite 11014 1 E. Jackson Blvd Chicago, IL 60604
The scholarships below are available to incoming CDM graduate students. For additional information or questions about the MS-MA Graduate, DCMA, Double Demon, and MFA scholarships, contact the CDM Graduate Admission Office at
email@example.com or call (312) 362-8714.
For information on other scholarships offered through the university, please visit
DePaul’s Scholarships website.
The CDM MS-MA Graduate Scholarship is for new students seeking an MA or MS degree (excluding the MS in Computer Science, MS in Information Systems and MS in Digital Communication and Media Arts) who are U.S. citizens or permanent U.S. residents.
This scholarship is awarded as $1,000 per term for the first three (3) terms of enrollment, for a total award of $3,000. This award cannot be used in combination with any other DePaul scholarships, waivers or awards. Students are automatically reviewed at the time of admission for this scholarship.
The CDM CS-IS Graduate Scholarship is for new Fall 2020 students seeking an MS degree in Computer Science or Information Systems who are U.S. citizens or permanent U.S. residents.
The CDM DCMA Scholarship is for new students seeking an MA degree in DCMA with a Media Arts concentration who are U.S. citizens or permanent U.S. residents.
This scholarship is awarded as $525 per course, up to two courses per term ($1,050) for the duration of the program. This award cannot be used in combination with any other DePaul scholarships, waivers or awards. Students are automatically reviewed at the time of admission for this scholarship.
The Double Demon Scholarship—which is open to DePaul alumni with undergraduate or graduate degrees from any of the university’s colleges or schools—covers 25% of the tuition for GRADUATE study at DePaul. This includes degree coursework, certificate coursework, and non-degree coursework. It does not include coursework from the Center for Professional Education (CPE), Institute for Professional Development (IPD), coursework in a doctoral program or a master of fine arts (MFA), Music, Theatre, Law and a few other select programs. The Double Demon Scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with any other institutional aid or discount.
A limited number of $7500 scholarships are available for incoming MFA students ($2500 is awarded in each of the first three quarters of attendance). To qualify, you must be incoming MFA student to any CDM MFA program and undergo a portfolio review. All admitted MFA students will be reviewed, so a scholarship application is not required. These merit-based scholarships cannot be combined with any other institutional aid.
Limited funding is available for current, continuing CDM students in the form of scholarships, graduate assistantships, and stipends. Learn more about these opportunities on
CDM’s Scholarships & Assistantships page.
Students are also encouraged to visit
Scholarship Connect for a full list of available scholarships and additional information.