The DePaul Center is the anchor of DePaul’s Loop campus. The 11-floor facility, located at the corner of Jackson and State, is the home of the university’s Driehaus College of Business, the main Loop library and various offices essential to students including DePaul Central, the Office of Admission, Student Financial Accounts, Financial Aid and more. The Dean of Students, Career Center, Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK), Student Government Association (SGA) and Study Abroad programs all retain offices in DePaul Center as well.
The first floor and lower level of the DePaul Center features a full-service Barnes & Noble Bookstore that also serves as DePaul’s Loop Campus academic bookstore. The main level of the DePaul Center is also host to numerous shops, eateries and offices not affiliated with the university.
The DePaul Student Center is located on the 11th floor of the DePaul Center. DePaul Market, our main Loop cafeteria for students, faculty and staff is located here, along with the Student Union, Activities Board and University Ministry.
Formerly the Goldblatt’s Building, the DePaul Center was acquired by DePaul in 1991 and opened in 1993.