College of Education > Student Resources > Academic Advising > Advising FAQ
Whether you're just starting your academic plan or you're in your last
year, there are always questions to be answered. That's why we've put
together a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and answered them accordingly.
Academic advisors are assigned to specific programs. You can consult the Find Your Advisor page to learn who the academic advisor is for your program.
The Advising Office is located at 2247 N. Halsted, Suite 140. You can schedule an appointment with your academic advisor by calling our office at (773) 325-4409 or by sending an email to your academic advisor and requesting an appointment. You can also visit with your academic advisor to get answers to quick questions during walk-in advising, which takes place the first week of each quarter and the first week of registration for each term. For more information about scheduling an appointment, please consult the Appointments page.
There are a few different ways to reach your instructor. First, instructors list their contact information on the course syllabi (phone, email, office hours). Second, you may contact the department assistant to help you reach your instructor.
For CSL, LSI, LSE,SCU, SCG courses, contact Marc Schell: firstname.lastname@example.org or (773) 325-4228
For ECE, EE, PE, SEC, MGU, MGG or T&L courses, contact Nicole Nudo: email@example.com or (773) 325-8634
For A&S, BBE, or CS courses, contact Alyssa Hepker: firstname.lastname@example.org or (773) 325-4806
There are four different departments in the College of Education, all located at 2247 N. Halsted:
1. Counseling & Special Education 2. Leadership, Language & Curriculum 3. Teacher Education 4. Doctoral Program
The Academic Success Center offers workshops, study guides and tutoring services to help current students and alumni prepare for the TAP. The Illinois Licensure Testing System(ILTS) also has study guides for all licensure tests listed on its website.
DePaul considers undergraduate students who are enrolled in 12 credit hours per quarter a full-time student, while graduate students must be enrolled in 8 credit hours per quarter. However, Financial Aid may have additional requirements, therefore, please consult DePaul Central about your specific situation.
DePaul University's course catalogs are available on the Academic Catalog website and contain archives of catalogs as far back as 1966. You can click on the course description link once you locate the academic year you are seeking.
If a class is full but has a waitlist, you can add yourself to the waitlist, and as seats open up, students on the waitlist will be automatically enrolled. When you add yourself to the waitlist, you are given a position number. Students are enrolled in open seats based on their position number. The lower the number, the higher your priority. Refer to the Guide on the Waitlist Policy or visit DePaul Central for further information.
Undergraduate Students: Prospective undergraduates can consult the transfer guides available online. Enter the school and then search each area to determine the DePaul equivalent course.
Graduate Students: All COE graduate students can
transfer up to 9-quarter hours (approximately two courses) from another
college or university as credit toward their master's or doctoral degree
requirements per the approval of the department chair or program
director. All other courses must be DePaul course work. Under no
circumstances can a course taken at DePaul University or at any other
college or university fulfill degree requirements in more than one
degree program. A course can only be counted as fulfilling the degree
requirements of one degree program. Students interested in transferring credits must fill out the Transfer & Substituion Request Form located in the forms library on the COE website.
Please contact the department assistant of the respective course:
For A&S, BBE, or CS courses, contact Karlee Johnson: email@example.com or (773) 325-4806
Students must attend a mandatory meeting approximately ONE YEAR prior to applying for Student Teaching. Dates are set per quarter and announced by Director of Student Teaching Kate Liston via email. You can also consult our college's Student Teaching page, which has an comprehensive amount of information.
The College of Education receives test results from ILTS on the
scheduled score report dates. If you elected to share your results with
DePaul University, we will enter your passing scores within two weeks.
Please note, we do not record failed attempts.
Visit the University Catalog for more information.