Student Resources

​DePaul Student Resources

Campus Recreation

The Ray Meyer Fitness & Recreation Center provides the DePaul community with 120,000 square feet of fitness and recreation participation opportunities. Included are a wide variety of facility spaces, equipment, programs and services to meet your needs.

Commuter Programs and Services

The DePaul University Commuter Program and Services (CPS) web page provides programming, centralizes commuter services, utilizes resources, and addresses commuter issues. CPS is committed to contributing to student learning, enhancing campus life, and empowering students to become socially responsible future leaders by fostering the Vincentian teachings of DePaul University.

The DePaul Career Center

The Career Center creates dynamic connections to the world of work, providing comprehensive, centralized employment and career services for members of the DePaul University community.

International Student Office

The International Student Office hosts orientation sessions for new International Students. They publish some of the information that they hand out on their web site. Start with the orientation and then check out the other services offered by the ISO, a very important office for international students.

Loop Student Services

The Loop Student Services web page features various links and information specifically for the DePaul Loop Campus Student.

Multicultural Student Affairs

The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs understands that the transition into higher education is one of the most exciting periods of your life. During that time, you will meet people from all parts of the world and you will set new goals for yourself. We will take personal interest in each matter you bring to us, helping you celebrate achievements and helping resolve problems. We encourage you to come to us when you have questions regarding any aspect of the campus and how it impacts your educational development. Our ultimate goal – in fact the very mission of our office – is to help you and your family achieve a positive DePaul experience.

Student Housing

DePaul students can find information on both on and off-campus housing and resident life at the DePaul Department of Housing Services Website .

Student Handbook

The Student Handbook is an online "ready reference" to DePaul University. The publication has been designed to give DePaul Students some basic information about all of DePaul's colleges, schools and departments and to help answer questions about university policies.

University Counseling Services

University Counseling Services (UCS) offers affordable counseling to currently enrolled DePaul students. Undergraduate and graduate students are welcome. Services offered include individual, group and couples counseling. UCS strives to help students successfully make important transitions, such as: starting college; living away from home for the first time; transferring from another school to DePaul; returning to college after a time away from school; adjusting after a major life event or trauma (e.g., international travel or new cultural experience, parental divorce, illness or death; an assault or accident), and preparing to move from college to the work force. UCS also provides consultation, assessment and referral, and conducts a wide variety of workshops for the DePaul community

Writing Center

The Writing Center is a free service offered to DePaul students who would like help with their writing projects. For over 20 years, the Writing Center has helped students, undergraduate and graduate, with writing projects including: essay assignments, research, papers, case studies, masters theses, application documents (resumes, letters, personal statements).

We also assist students in developing writing skills such as: developing ideas, introducing thesis statements, revision, grammar and punctuation questions, research strategies, proofreading skills, citation formats (MLA & APA.) The Writing Center staff is made up of undergraduate and graduate students nominated by faculty. Our tutors receive special training in a full-credit class taught by the Writing Center director. The Writing Center is part of the Department of English and is supported in part by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.