Center for Writing-based Learning features two offices at the Lincoln Park and Loop campuses. Both offices and services are open and free of charge to students, faculty, and staff who would like help with their writing.
Office of Multicultural Student Affairs improves retention and graduation rates for students of color and first generation students by helping to ensure that marginalized group members, including African American, Latino/a, Asian American, and Native American students and their families, have a positive “DePaul experience.
Productive Learning Strategies (PLuS) Program is a year-round comprehensive program designed to meet the needs of DePaul University students with specific learning disabilities and/or attention deficit disorders.
Students Together Are Reaching Success (S.T.A.R.S.) Program is a voluntary, comprehensive, first year retention initiative designed to target Latino/a, Asian American, Native American, and African American students in their transition to DePaul University and to higher education.
Center for Latino Research invests in the empowerment of Latino communities in Chicago, the Midwest and the nation, by supporting qualitative and quantitative research, providing community based organizations with university resources, creating learning opportunities for future scholars and offering insightful and useful publications based on the research of our faculty and associates.
Center for Intercultural Programs offers financial support for cultural and ethnic student organizations representing African American, American Indian, Asian, Ethnic Greek, GLBT, Jewish, Latino/a, and Muslim populations; opportunities for all students to interact with and learn about people from different racial, ethnic and/or cultural backgrounds outside of the classroom, and a venue for faculty and staff to present their work and/or interests.
Egan Urban Center represents DePaul University's tangible and enduring commitment to the research, development, deliverance and transfer of innovative education-based programs and services that have a significant social impact.
Steans Center for Community-based Service Learning Center seeks to develop mutually beneficial, reciprocal relationships with community organizations in order to develop a sense of social agency in our students through enrollment in Community-based Service Learning courses, community internships and placements, and community-based student employment.