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Student Support

​​College ​​of Education Offices & Resources

Academic Advising
The Advising Office, found immediately as you enter the College of Education building, provides COE students with support and guidance, from orientation to graduation.

Academic Success Center
Located on the second floor, the Academic Success Center (ASC) in the College of Education honors diverse learners and takes an individualized approach toward helping students succeed academically. 

Katie Brown Memorial Library
Dedicated to the memory of Katie Brown, a teacher candidate in DePaul University’s College of Education, The Katie Brown Memorial Library grants pre-service teachers access to a collection of quality, award-winning children’s literature to use during their training. 

University Tools & Resources

Campus Connect
Campus Connect is the DePaul portal to a wide variety of functions that you will use to manage your program. These include course descriptions, course registration, program planning, dropping and adding courses, and viewing your degree progress.

To help you navigate Campus Connect, DePaul Central has created video tutorials in the Learning Center. If you have questions regarding Campus Connect functionality, please visit the DePaul Central Learning Center.

Found via a link in your Student Center in Campus Connect, OneDePaul provides you with one central location to find the people on campus who can help you succeed. OneDePaul gives you an easy way to connect with your advisors, instructors and other resources at DePaul. You might also see notices about your academic performance and possible next s​teps displayed on your OneD​​ePaul homepage or sent to you by email. For more information, visit the DePaul Central OneDePaul information page.

Desire-to-Learn (D2L)
Whether you are taking a face-to-face course or an online course, almost all instructors use D2L, DePaul's learning management system. D2L sites are used for each course and include the course syllabus, reading assignments and more. If you have questions about how to use D2L, please consult the Student Success D2L information page.

EdTrack is an essential means of communication between students and advisors. You will receive important messages about your program progress from the advising and student teaching staff. Students in all teacher education and counseling programs also use this system to keep track of state test scores and clinical placement, as well as apply for student teaching/internship opportunities.

Richardson Library and Course Reserves
Through the Richardson Library, students have easy access to the library catalog, books collections, interlibrary loan, online databases, ebooks and ejournals. Get research assistance by talking to a research librarian in-person or on live chat. Material placed on course reserves by instructors can be accessed either in person or in most cases online through eReserves.