We’re getting reading for an exciting renovation at the John T. Richardson Library.  As preparation, there will some noise Friday April 28 and Friday May 5 while contractors reconfigure shelving on the north side of the 2nd floor.  Head to the 3rd and 4th floors for quiet study during this period.  We regret any inconvenience caused… Read More


The DePaul Univeristy Library is hoping to learn more about our undergraduate transfer students and your experiences with research and libraries. We will be holding two one-hour focus groups in early May with lunch provided. If you are interested in participating, please fill out this short pre-screening form. We will notify you if you are selected… Read More


  On Saturday 22 April, Earth Day and the March for Science call for a double celebration of science and its role in promoting sustainability and well-being for humans and our environment. Numerous national and international environmental and scientific organizations have combined forces through public rallies and science education initiatives to foster awareness, support and… Read More


“Transformations: Art, Identity, Ideology” is the topic guiding the next DePaul Humanities Center discussion, planned for Thursday, April 20, 2017. The conversation offers an exciting opportunity to learn more about some of the most complex interfaces between art and identity formation in the 21st century.  Four artists and thinkers from various disciplines and cultural backgrounds… Read More


The DePaul University Library will be closed 4/14 for Good Friday and will remain closed  4/15 to 4/16 Saturday and Sunday during Easter weekend.  Check your course reserves in advance for any print material you’re required to read and check out any items from the circulating collection you’ll need this weekend.  The Student Center will… Read More


For the first time this year, National Library Week includes “Take Action for Libraries Day,” which we will celebrate on April 13, 2017. Take Action for Libraries Day is part of a national advocacy effort to promote awareness of the impact of libraries and librarians in their communities and to mobilize community members in support… Read More


Did you know the DePaul University Library employs over 50 students? Our student workers play a critical role in providing services in all areas of the Library. At the Access Services desks, students check out materials to patrons, pull course reserves and re-shelve books. Behind the scenes in Technical Services, students prepare new materials for use after they arrive… Read More


This edition of the Full Text is brought to you in part by members of the DePaul University Library EDGE Team, Nora Drew and Angie Vick. They have been sharing their perspectives as first-year students–and new users of University Library services–in a series of projects this year. Read on to find out more about the… Read More


The DePaul University Library and DePaul’s Office of Mission and Values are proud to announce the digital publication of The Annals of the Congregation of the Mission: A Collection of Edifying Letters. Volumes may be viewed and downloaded for free at http://via.library.depaul.edu/annals_en/. The thirty-two volumes of The Annals (1894-1926) represent the English-language translation of those same… Read More