Undergraduate-Student Handbook Winter/Spring 2008-2009 by DePaul University

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university resources adult and suburban student services career center college offices dean of students office financial fitness health services housing services libraries office for academic advising support office of multicultural student affairs office of students with disabilities plus program student affairs student life technology resources university center for writing based learning frequently asked questions registration and related activities degree requirements academic planning and support personal support depaul​s college offices 77 77 77 78 79 79 79 80 80 80 81 81 81 82 82 82 83 83 84 84 85

last day to drop cdm online learning classes with no penalty last day to select pass/fail option for cdm online learning classes monday january 26 grades of w assigned for cdm online learning classes dropped on or after this day sunday february 1 deadline application for june commencement monday february 2 begin optional mid-term exam week friday february 6 end optional mid-term exam week friday february 20 last day to withdraw from wq2009 classes friday march 13 tuition due spring quarter 2009 end wq day evening classes saturday march 14 final exam for saturday wq2009 monday march 16 begin wq 2009 day evening final exams friday march 20 end wq 2009 day evening final exams end winter quarter 2009 saturday march 21 begin spring break tuesday march 24 in grades issued spring and summer 2008 lapse to f r grades ugrd issued winter 2008 lapse to f friday march 27 end spring break grades due winter 2009 spring quarter 2008 saturday march 28 begin sq2009 saturday classes monday march 30

international baccalaureate program ib depaul university awards credit to students who have taken an international baccalaureate program either at the diploma or certificate level standard or higher level score results determine the amount of credit awarded to students at depaul incoming students should have their ib transcript sent to the office of admission 1 east jackson blvd suite 9100 chicago il 60604 prior to enrolling at depaul transfer credit transfer credited completed prior to admission at depaul or subsequent transfer coursework approved by the student​s advisor should be sent to sent to the office of admission 1 east jackson blvd suite 9100 chicago il 60604 transfer grades do not calculate into the depaul grade point average undergraduate student handbook undergraduate student handbook undergraduate academic policies evaluation and credit/limitations evaluation and credit/limitations credit limitations transfer credit and credit by examination a maximum of 132

such action must be taken within two months of the date of filing if the grade appeal is not passed along its designated route within the times specified the student should notify the dean of the school or college who will determine the reason for the delay 8 the review board is to reach one of the three following decisions 1 challenge affirmed and settled by consent i.e the review board conducting the review devises a conciliation mutually acceptable to the student and the instructor who gave the grade should the acceptable conciliation involve a change of grade the instructor will submit a change of grade card to the dean 2 challenge affirmed and the review board may submit a change of grade card to the dean of the college or school in which the course was taught in determining the student s final grade the review board will take into account all evidence of the student s academic performance in the course under challenge as well as the implications for the student s grade of the

returning to depaul for an additional major or minor a after earning a bachelor s degree from depaul a student may return to complete an additional major or minor students are bound by the major field minor field and college requirements in place the readmission admit term b students must fulfill all supplementary major and minor field requirements including but not limited to allied field requirements liberal studies requirements specific to the major the major/minor field residency and grade requirements c due to rapid changes in some areas of study courses completed 10 or more years prior to the readmit date may no longer be applicable to the major or minor courses are subject to a review by a faculty academic advisor or by a staff academic advisor who consults with faculty undergraduate student handbook undergraduate student handbook undergraduate academic policies transcripts transcripts the office of student records processes official transcript requests for depaul university

of this code university personnel charged with enforcement of the code will at all times endeavor to adhere to the intent of fundamental fairness so that each student​s concern is addressed in an impartial and consistent manner the university may exercise jurisdiction for an offense committed on-campus additionally the university may exercise jurisdiction for an offense committed off-campus including online communities when a the victim of such offense is a member of the campus community student faculty or staff or b the offense occurred at a college-sponsored or sanctioned event or c the student used his or her status as a member of the university community to assist in the commission of the offense for example student id card to pass a bad check or d the offense affects the university the university​s adjudication of any violation of this code may proceed independently of any action taken by state federal or municipal agencies the university reserves the right to

of physical evidence should a person later decide to pursue a criminal prosecution and/or civil action additional resources may be available at time of treatment as per illinois law emergency room medical treatment for sexual abuse or assault is confidential and is of no cost to the survivor if a survivor chooses to seek treatment they may call public safety to be taken to the emergency room at the emergency room the survivor may request a sexual assault nurse examiner to conduct the examination the survivor may also request that rape victim advocates a 24 hour advocacy group be contacted these services provide the survivor with support to ease their experience at the hospital the police will be contacted upon arrival at the hospital but the survivor may decline to file a report local contacts sage medical group 1150 west fullerton 2nd floor chicago il 60614 773/549-7757 illinois masonic hospital 836 w wellington ave chicago il 60657 773 975-1600 rape victim advocates 180 north

b demonstrates behavior that endangers him/herself or that creates a direct threat that the student may endanger him/herself or c demonstrates behavior that endangers others or that creates a direct threat that the student may endanger others determination the involuntary withdrawal process begins when the dean of students receives a referral or other information regarding a student who appears to be demonstrating behavior consistent with one or more of the criteria listed above if after reviewing the information received the dean of students determines that the student has demonstrated behavior consistent with one or more of the criteria for involuntary withdrawal from the university as stated above the dean of students will inform the student of this determination at the time of this communication the dean of students will inform any student who is involuntarily withdrawn about the student s right to appeal the decision to the associate vice president for student advocacy community

if the university determines that an administrative hearing is appropriate the first session of the administrative hearings will generally take place within five class of when a referred student is first notified of the judicial charge a mutually convenient time for the administrative hearing will be decided upon if necessary an administrative hearing may take place over the telephone the actual administrative hearing will proceed as follows 1 the incident reports will be reviewed by the administrative hearing officer 2 the administrative hearing officer and student will discuss the alleged violations that occurred 3 the student will have an opportunity to give a statement about the incident including an admission or denial of the alleged violations 4 the student will be allowed to bring approved witnesses in one at a time to give statements and be questioned by the administrative hearing officer see explanation of important aspects of the judicial review process​witnesses 5

undergraduate student handbook undergraduate student handbook university resources college offices college offices if you have questions about your degree requirements current credits degree conferral probation status or other issues related to making progress toward your degree contact your college office click on the appropriate link below for specific contact information college offices college of commerce commerce@depaul.edu 312/362.5358 depaul center 8500 1 east jackson boulevard business hours 8:00 am-6:00 pm m-th fri 8-5 college of communication cmnadvising@depaul.edu 773/325.7585 schmitt academic center 570 2320 north kenmore avenue business hours 9:00 am-5:00 pm m-f college of computing and digital media ctiadvising@cti.depaul.edu 312/362-8381 cdm center 401 243 south wabash avenue business hours 9:00 am-6:00 pm m-th 9:00 am-5:00 pm f school of education edadvisor@depaul.edu 773/325.7740 schmitt academic center 3rd 4th floors 2320 north kenmore avenue business hours summer

here is the contact information for all of depaul​s college offices college of liberal arts sciences lasadvising@depaul.edu 773/325.7310 college of communication cmnadvising@depaul.edu 773/325.7585 college of commerce commerce@depaul.edu 312/362.5358 kellstadt graduate school of business kgsb@depaul.edu 312/362.8810 school of education edadvisor@depaul.edu 773/325.7740 school of music musicadvising@depaul.edu 773/325.4358 the theatre school dcorrin@depaul.edu 773/325.4786 college of computing and digital media ctiadvising@cti.depaul.edu 312/362.8633 school for new learning snl@depaul.edu 312/362.8001 college of law lschulz@depaul.edu