DePaul University has five campuses in and around Chicago and its two main locations, the Loop and Lincoln Park campuses, are downtown. Individual academic colleges such as the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and the Driehaus College of Business are located exclusively on one campus. DePaul is also home to the School for New Learning which caters to adult students.
DePaul's Lincoln Park Campus is the oldest and the largest of the university's five campuses. Located on 14.6 ha in Chicago's historic Lincoln Park neighborhood this campus offers a traditional university environment. Approximately 2,500 students live on campus in DePaul's twelve residence halls.
The Lincoln Park Campus is home to the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, The Theatre School, the School of Music, the College of Education, the College of Science and Health, and the John T. Richardson Library.
Opened in 1992, the library features study and small-group spaces, an automated reference center, and a high-tech Resource Center for Career Development. The DePaul Art Museum is housed in a 15,000-square-foot building, and features a collection of over 3000 objects, including works by Chicago and regional artists, North American and Latin American photography, WPA-era prints, contemporary and traditional West African objects, and Eastern European graphic arts.
University housing is offered to all DePaul students. Freshmen and sophomores are permitted to live in residence halls or residence hall apartments. Juniors and seniors have a selection of university-owned lofts, townhouses and apartments.
There is also a multi-college community residence hall for students of any age known as University Center where students from DePaul University live alongside peers from Roosevelt University, Robert Morris University and Columbia College.
Housing facilities include coed housing, apartments for single students, special housing for disabled students, theme housing.
No matter where a person is in the process of career search, whether it is deciding on a career path, making a career change or preparing for the first job interview, DePaul's Career Center can help. Students and alumni may get career advice, improve resume and interview skills, search for a job/internship and register for events and workshops here. Individual career advising is open for any DePaul student.