On-Campus admissions visit activities cancelled, but multiple virtual events being offered.
The University and the Office of Admissions have made the decision to cancel on-campus visit activities for prospective and admitted students. This includes all information sessions, campus tours, and on-campus events.
We understand the importance of a campus visit as you navigate college search process, so our office is committed to providing alternative options to ensure you and your family have the opportunity to get all of your questions answered and get a sense of the DePauw community through virtual experiences. Click here to view all upcoming virtual events. For additional questions, please contact your admission counselor.
While there have been no confirmed cases of the virus on campus, the University took this precautionary action with our students' and your health and safety in mind. If you are interested in the university's planning regarding COVID-19, visit our preparedness website here.
Given the circumstances, the priority enrollment deposit deadline of May 1 has been extended to June 1, 大中华彩票网.
Come take a look! You’ll like what you see.
Iconic East College, picturesque Roy O. West Library, stately Emison Building: they’re what you’d expect to see on a campus named one of the most beautiful in America. An added bonus: our 520-acre nature park, replete with woods and walking paths, flora and fauna, peace and quiet.
You’ll like what you experience.
Sit in on a thought-provoking class. Chat with an upperclass student. Sip a smoothie at Blend. Visit with a professor or a coach. Don’t miss Hoover Dining Hall, where much of the produce served to our campus community is grown at our own Ullem Farm, and be sure to check out South Quad, where a shiny new residence hall for first-year students who will enter next fall is under construction. Stroll into town to shop or nosh. Or stop by Marvin’s for a GCB – that is, Marv’s famous garlic cheeseburger.