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Residential Education

​Residential Education is responsible for responding to student crises, building a sense of community and DePaul spirit, managing the student conduct process and providing students with high-quality opportunities for engagement. Residence directors, a graduate assistant, and resident advisors live on campus and are available to assist students with transition concerns and ongoing advocacy.

Additional information is available from the Office of Residential Education http://offices.depaul.edu/student-affairs/about/departments/Pages/resed.aspx.

As a result of participating in Residential Education programs, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate personal responsibility and respect for others in communities of which they are a part.
  • Demonstrate decision-making skills related to practical life situations.
  • Respect the perspective of others and contribute to creating an inclusive community.
  • Initiate a sense of belonging with the DePaul community.