Welcome to the DePaul Human Resources Department’s website. In support of the university’s mission and strategic plan, we are dedicated to the recruitment, development and retention of a deeply engaged and committed workforce that delivers a quality, affordable education resulting in academic and learning excellence. We work to foster a climate of diversity and inclusiveness, equitable pay and benefits, and programs and services that support the work, personal well-being, and life stages of our workforce.We extend our knowledge and capability in human resources management to support all employees: individual contributors, managers, faculty and administration, and senior management.

Our website is intended to provide easy access to the most frequently sought information including links to our human resources policies.  If you need assistance with a human resources-related matter, have questions, or are unable to find information on this website, please contact us at (312) 362-8500 or by e-mail at HR@depaul.edu and we will be glad to help you

What's New?


Employee Relations Philosophy

Review the Employee Relations Philosophy statement here.

2014 Early Retirement Incentive Program

The Early Retirement Incentive Program is an incentive which offers a unique, one-time benefit to our long-service faculty and staff. It recognizes the significant contributions made by these individuals during their time with DePaul, and provides them with valuable and generous benefits that reflect their long-standing commitment to the university.

A communication overview and program information can be found in the links below.

General Announcement: 2014 Early Retirement Program

FAQ's for Employees

FAQ's for Managers

Additional Resources:
Expressions of Interest Form

Understanding DePaul's Retiree Medical Plan

Retirement Symposium & Links to Register

Ayco AnswerLine Service

Benefit Contact Information

Designated Contacts

Medicare Retiree Medical Symposium Presentation

Strategic Resource Allocation Committee (SRAC) initiatives