In alignment with
our departmental vision and mission, the Theme
Community seeks to engage residential
students with faculty and staff at the university
in activities and educational opportunities in
order to prepare students for success at DePaul.
Learn about University departments, resources,
and people vital to your success at DePaul
Prepare for involvement and leadership on campus
and in the community
Build a supportive and collaborative community,
committed to each other’s success
- Meet individual requirements.
- Maintain 2.25 GPA
- In good judicial standing with the University
- Attend community meetings.
community members should commit to attending
most, if not all, of the events listed below:
Orientation & Team Day: Saturday,
September 8 (all day event)
Monthly community meetings and
- Programs or events planned by
or for the Theme
- Adhere to campus policies.
community members must adhere to the policies
and procedures of the university as outlined
in The Code of Student Responsibility and The
Guide to Student Housing.
- Maintain leadership and
member of the Theme Community has committed
to continued involvement in the community.
- Fulfill community requirements.
- All theme community members will assist
with promoting theme community programs.
- Other roles as discussed within your
**If the above responsibilities are not fulfilled,
a theme community member may be removed from the
community and relocated to a different residence
Other Special Housing Areas
The Honors Community offers students
of the University Honors Program the opportunity
to extend the Honors experience beyond the classroom.
This housing option places Honors students together
on one floor of a residence hall, with the leadership
of RAs who are also students in the Honors Program.
The Honors Floor will bring together intellectually
curious students who seek to widen their perspectives
beyond their academic majors and foster critical
thinking and self-reflection while they explore
Chicago’s rich cultural offerings. Honors students
have diverse interests and backgrounds, and are
eager to learn about and from each other as they
enter a community of scholars. The
Honors Program is our on-campus partner who works
with this theme community.
For application information, please contact the
University Honors Program directly.
note: the Honors Community does not complete the
Theme Communities application. You will be contacted
by the Honors Program in the spring to sign up for the Honors
Residential Theme Community
In alignment with our departmental vision and mission, the Theme Community seeks to engage residential students with faculty and staff at the university in activities and educational opportunities in order to prepare students for success at DePaul.
We are currently not accepting applications for the 2013 – 2014 Theme Community.