The following list introduces some of the technology resources that are available to students at DePaul. Additional information is available on the Information Services website (is.depaul.edu).
Campus Connect provides access to many of DePaul's primary services, including course registration, grades, tuition billing, transcripts, Demon Express and much more.
Computer Labs and Classrooms
There are many technology-enabled classrooms across the DePaul campuses. Technology resources in these rooms include desktop computers, LCD projectors, connections for laptops, and integrated, amplified sound systems. Specialty rooms exist across the university for classes with specific needs, and additional technology is available upon request.
DePaul also has computers available for use by students, faculty or staff, located in computer labs, lounges and lobbies across the campuses. Additional technology access is available to residence hall students; each residence hall is outfitted with study lounges allowing for student access to computers and printers at any time.
Your CTA U-Pass provides unlimited rides on the CTA bus and rail systems during an academic term. It also functions as a Ventra card, allowing you to add funds to be used during university breaks. All students meeting the requirements are automatically enrolled in the program. If your eligibility changes before the last day to drop courses, your U-Pass will be adjusted accordingly.
U-Pass pick-up dates are held at the beginning of each quarter. Students must pick up CTA U-PASS cards in person, by presenting a valid DePaul ID Card. Your Ventra U-Pass is valid for 5 years. It will be deactivated and reactivated each quarter based on your enrollment. Do not discard your U-Pass, or you will be assessed a fee by the CTA for a replacement card.
Full details regarding the U-Pass can be found on the DePaul U-Pass website http://upass.depaul.edu/.
DePaul ID Card
Your DePaul ID Card serves as your identification to enable access to various DePaul buildings, computer labs, printers, and libraries and is used to purchase items using your Demon Express account and meal plan. You must have your ID Card on hand while on campus. New students receive their ID Card at student orientation. Students can also visit ID Services to obtain an ID card.
Demon Express is a prepaid debit account that is linked to your DePaul ID Card. Demon Express can be used at DePaul cafeterias, coffee shops, campus bookstores, libraries, printers, copiers, and other areas.
D2L is an electronic course management system that enables interaction between students and faculty. D2L incorporates document sharing, discussion boards, e-mail, an online grade book, assignment drop boxes, chat rooms, small group areas, online quizzes, and more. To log in, use your Campus Connect username and password. If you need assistance using D2L, training is available.
Demon Discounts provides discounted goods and services, including computer hardware and software, to DePaul students.
All students are provided a free DePaul e-mail account. Additional information is available on the Information Services website.
The Intelliprint system allows students to print from DePaul computer labs. Students use their DePaul ID card to pay for prints and are entitled to a set amount of free printing per quarter. Additional funds can be added to Demon Express as needed. You may also print to the Intelliprint system wirelessly.
Residence Hall Technology
Lincoln Park residence hall rooms are equipped with high speed Internet connections, wireless Internet access, and free telephone connections.
The Technology Support Center (TSC) is your first point of contact for technical assistance. The TSC provides free assistance via phone, e-mail and web for current DePaul students. We support all DePaul wireless networks, telephones, e-mail accounts and software. Please call (312) 362-8765 or email email@example.com for support.
Direct, walk-up support is also available through the Genius Squad; a free tech support resource available to all current students. The Genius Squad can support desktops, laptops, phones, tablets, and other personal electronic devices. Please see go.depaul.edu/gs for more information.
Media Production and Training (MPT) offers free technology training on a variety of topics, including the Microsoft Office suite, both Mac and Windows operating systems, D2L, and more.
Wireless Internet Access
Wireless internet access is available to students on all DePaul campuses.