Transportation

  •  DePaul is a major user of the CTA’s U-Pass Program.  Each undergraduate student is provided with a bus/rail pass as part of their tuition and fee package. This program allows an unlimited use of CTA buses and trains throughout the entire network.  A typical academic year has DePaul students averaging 1.7 million transit rides.  This  level of use keeps many cars off the streets, which results in a significant reduction in carbon footprint.
  • Several car-sharing programs are housed on campus to provide students and staff with energy efficient vehicles to lease for anywhere from several hours to one or several weeks.
  • Biking to and around campus and beyond has become more friendly with an increase of on-campus bike parking racks and spaces to over 1,000…the addition of several bike sharing program stations near campus, and Campus Recreation’s bike rental program- which makes bikes available to students for up to an entire day at low cost.
  • Public Safety and Facility Operations have a number of hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles in their fleets with more to be purchased in the future.

News & Events

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  • Winter DRMA Lecture

    3/11/15
    The Gondi: Family Strategy and Survival in Early Modern France. Lecturer: Dr. Joanna Milstein, 11:30AM - 1:00PM in Room 115 Richardson Library, RSVP bcicirel@depaul.edu
  • Filming through a Vincentian Lens

    3/4/15
    Reception: 5:30 pm Screening and Panel Discussion: 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm CDM Theatre: 247 S. State St. Chicago, IL
  • HEALTH DISPARITIES & SOCIAL JUSTICE CONFERENCE

    2/6/15
    9:30 AM DePaul University’s DePaul Center Keynote Speaker: David Ansell, MD, MPH, Rush University Medical Center
  • Autumn DRMA 2014

    9/23/2014
    Title - Jansenism: Its Key Figures, Themes, and Relevance Today, Speaker: Brian Stayer, Tuesday, September 23, 2014; 11:30 am - 1:00 pm in the Richardson Library, Room 115. Lunch will be served.
  • Sister Helen Prejean Week

    4/21/14
    Sister Helen Prejean, C.S.J., activist and author of Dead Man Walking, will once again visit DePaul for a week’s worth of programming inspired by her work