DePaul Responds: How You Can Help Students During COVID-19

Due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19, DePaul University has taken critical steps to reduce the density of people on campus, including conducting classes for spring quarter (and, for College of Law students, the remainder of spring semester) remotely.

You can play a crucial role in helping address the immediate needs of DePaul students who are experiencing unexpected financial hardship as a result of COVID-19 by making a gift to the Student Emergency Assistance Fund. Gene Zdziarski, PhD, Vice President for Student Affairs, has a message for the DePaul community about how you can help during this time of crisis:

Your gift to the Student Emergency Assistance Fund provides funds for travel expenses, meals, technology needs and other necessities that will help students who are facing financial hardships as they continue their coursework remotely.

Thank you for your support and encouragement to DePaul and our students. Additional information and updates on the university’s plan to continue our commitment to student success and academic excellence can be found at

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