Page 1

THE GOLD STANDARD


DEPAUW GOLD


STANDARD. SPIRIT. COMMITMENT. DePauw University is a nationally ranked, 100 percent residential, undergraduate-only university. Our distinctive liberal arts education leads to a successful and meaningful life.

The Gold Commitment is both a commitment to the liberal arts, long the gold standard of higher education, and to the success of each and every DePauw student, who will take their place as leaders – not just in the workplace, but in the world. The Gold Commitment: • PROMISES STUDENTS that DePauw faculty, staff, alumni and trustees will provide a distinctive and relevant DePauw liberal arts education that results in a life of meaning and means.

• ASSURES ALUMNI that their DePauw degree maintains its value, especially with their ongoing support of our students and graduates. • PROMISES EMPLOYERS AND GRADUATE SCHOOLS that they can expect well-prepared and accomplished graduates.

• EXPECTS FROM STUDENTS that they fully invest in the DePauw Experience Portfolio of rigorous academics and robust experiences and graduate in good standing within four years. • GUARANTEES that DePauw’s liberal arts education will lead to postgraduate engagement. If not, DePauw will provide an entry-level professional opportunity or additional semester tuition-free.

Learn more at depauw.edu/commitment. 1


ACADEMICS M AJOR S A N D M I N O RS + Actuarial Science^ + Africana Studies^ + Anthropology + Art (History) + Art (Studio) + Asian Studies + Astronomy* + Biochemistry + Biology + Black Studies* + Business Administration* + Cellular and Molecular Biology^ + Chemistry + Chinese* + Classical Archaeology* + Classical Civilization + Communication^ + Computer Science

+ Conflict Studies + Earth Sciences + Economics + Education Studies + English (Writing)^ + English (Literature)^ + Environmental Biology^ + Environmental Geoscience + Film Studies + French + Geography* + Geology + German + Global Health^ + Greek + History + Independent Interdisciplinary^

+ International Business* + Italian* + Japanese* + Jazz Studies* + Kinesiology + Latin + Latin American and Caribbean Studies* + Literature* + Mathematics + Media Studies* + Music^ + Music (Applied)* + Neuroscience^ + Philosophy + Physics + Political Science + Pre-engineering^ + Psychology

+ Religious Studies + Rhetoric and Interpersonal Communication* + Romance languages^ + Sociology + Spanish + Statistics* + Theatre + Women’s Studies + World Literature*

SCHOOL OF MUSIC + Bachelor of Music Performance^ + Bachelor of Musical Arts^ + Bachelor of Music Education^

^Majors only. *Minors only. Our list or majors and minors continues to evolve, so visit our website for details and descriptions.

D ON ’T SE E W HAT YOU’ R E L OOKI N G F O R ? Many of our students work with their advisor to create an individually designed major that pulls the best of our liberal arts curriculum into a path specifically for them. You too can design a path that suits you.

2


HONORS AND FELLOWS PROGRAMS Dive deep into your passions.

Honor Scholars and Fellows are dedicated, driven and purposeful. Students who commit to these programs may know their intended course of study when they begin the first year while others may just be ready to explore. Regardless, all are ready to dive deep in specific areas, such as entrepreneurship, media,science or the environment. LEARN MORE AT DEPAUW.EDU/ ACADEMICS/HONORS-FELLOWSPROGRAMS/.

n H O N O R SCH O L A RS Think and work between disciplines to understand the world’s most difficult and pressing issues. Be regarded for your insatiable curiosity and continual drive for excellence. n EN V I RO N M ENTA L FELLOWS Approach the environment from a multidisciplinary perspective through a variety of keystone classes, cocurricular activities and hands-on experiences. Become adept at addressing the complexity of environmental issues. n M A N AG E M ENT FELLOWS Grow your business portfolio through access to industry professionals, guaranteed internships and real-world experience. Prepare to become a successful leader at one of the world’s top public, private and nonprofit enterprises. n M ED I A FELLOWS Enter the evolving world of media through studio experience, internships and a robust speakers series. Become an effective operator of different forms of media useful in a wide-range of careers in communications and marketing. n SCI ENCE RESE A RCH FELLOWS Get significant hands-on research experience and faculty mentorship in the natural sciences. Prepare for top positions in postgraduate study and a wide variety of careers in science. 3


+ COCURRICULAR

World-renowned speakers

DIII sports

Student-faculty research

EXAMPLES OF PROGRAMMING OPTIONS FROM SPRING 2018 SPEAKER: Michael O’Connell, senior digital editor at Federal News Radio WORKSHOPS: Networking etiquette, résumé writing and finding a job or an internship with the Hubbard Center for Student Engagement ALUMNI PANEL: Industry Insights – Investment Banking versus Corporate Banking EARTH WEEK SPEAKER: Ian Cheney, Emmy-nominated and Peabody award-winning filmmaker MUSIC ON THE SQUARE: Celtic house party at Music on the Square with Mike Block and Hanneke Cassel 4


Experience college life in high definition on DePauw’s 100 percent residential campus.

Leadership programs

Whats in store for your four years? You will forge relationships that last, champion causes that impact your world, and develop into a leader through intentional engagement with oncampus activities.

Greek life

Winter Term class: Music, Dance And Culture of Sub-Saharan Africa Study abroad

5


+ CENTERS AT DEPAUW Through personal interaction and resources available in our centers, you’ll be equipped with practical skills and connected to successful leaders in any number of careers.

Our eight centers offer a variety of concentrations: + Student engagement, career services and study abroad. + Ethics. + Contemporary media. + Management and entrepreneurship. + Technology and visualization. + Diversity and inclusion. + Civic engagement. + 21st-century musicianship. Each center offers programming that develops your technical and interpersonal skills to prepare you to work and live in a diverse and global world; to thrive in the workplace and to excel in graduate or professional school.

“Interning for the Prindle Institute led to my summer internship offers and job offers after graduation.” S A R A H E R T E LT ’ 1 8

6


+ YOUR ADVISING TEAM

Our advising structure supports you both in and out of the classroom, creating an intentional and customized path made up of courses, extracurricular activities, service, leadership opportunities, networking and internships.

n FIRST-YE AR MENTOR

n CL ASS DE AN

An upper-class student selected for the energy and insight they bring to DePauw. They’ve been in your shoes.

Each class is assigned a dean. Your first-year dean knows your needs as a new student and will help you problem-solve, make decisions based on integrating your academic and cocurricular experiences. If you have a question but don’t know where to start, contact your class dean.

n COM MITMENT ADVISOR This advisor will help you connect what you’re doing in the classroom to what exists beyond it and help you develop intentionality throughout your four years. Ultimately, they will help you broaden your educational and career goals.

n FIRST-YE AR SEMINAR PROFESSOR Your first academic advisor will introduce you to critical writing, thinking and reading and explain what classes are like at DePauw.

7


= We’re so confident in our students’ success that we’re the first institution of higher learning to guarantee it: DePauw’s liberal arts education will lead to post-graduate engagement within six months. If not, DePauw will provide an entry-level professional opportunity or additional semester tuition-free. 8

GO


GOLD THE GOLD COMMITMENT

EXCLUSIVELY AT DEPAUW. DePauw taps into the limitless potential that lies deep within each student. You are not just bound to the classroom at an academically rigorous institution: you can compete for the Monon Bell, be involved with Greek life, work as an RA, serve as a presidential ambassador and even volunteer as an EMT. This well-rounded, limitless mindset is what ultimately propels all DePauw alumni.�

KORTNEY CARTWRIGHT ’14

Honor Scholar, district branch manager, BCForward

At DePauw: history major, first-year resident assistant, community resource assistant, first-year resident assistant mentor, presidential ambassador, global partner, member of the track and field and football teams 9


DAY IN THE LIFE SEMESTER COURSES + + + +

SAM VANDERVEEN ’21

Intermediate Spanish II International Politics Calculus III Honor Scholar Seminar: Germany and the Legacy of War

Hometown: Franklin, Ind. Anticipated major: Political science or history

TYPICAL TUESDAY

9 a.m.

Wake up

9:15a.m.

Breakfast at Hoover Hall with friends

10 a.m.

Attend class: Honor Scholar Seminar – Germany and the Legacy of War

11:30 a.m.

Lunch with friends at Hoover Hall

Reading for class

Noon

12:40 p.m.

Attend class: International Politics

2:30 p.m.

Relax and hang out with friends

4 p.m.

Study in Julian Science & Mathematics Center

6 p.m.

Dinner

7 p.m.

Volleyball Club

9 p.m.

Dance Marathon committee meeting

10 p.m.

Midnight

10

Social study group/ hang out with friends Head to bed

ON INVOLVEMENT: “Involvement is such an integral part of the DePauw community. It can be so many things, such as volunteering in the local Greencastle community to participating in a student organization. The reality is that you will find what you are passionate about at DePauw, and more likely than not there will be an initiative or program in place to pursue that passion in the best interest of bettering both yourself and our DePauw community. The beautiful thing about involvement at DePauw is that it has no limitations, meaning you can continue to build off experiences and strive to do as much as you want.”

CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT + + + + + +

DePauw Student Government DePauw dance marathon Malpas Scholar program Honor Scholar program Tiger ambassador Office of Admission tour guide

+ + + + +

First-year mentor (2018-19) Green Dot-trained Delta Upsilon fraternity Volleyball club Intramural soccer


Take a glimpse into life as a first-year student.

SEMESTER COURSES + + + +

Intro to Ceramics Deconstructing Difference Germany and the Legacy of War Intro to Philosophy

TYPICAL MONDAY 7:30 a.m.

Wake up

8:15a.m.

Breakfast at Hoover Hall with friends

9:15 a.m.

Study at Roy O. West Library or attend meetings and office hours

11:30 a.m.

Lunch with friends at Hoover Hall, then walk to Starbucks

DANIELA CHAPARRO ’21 Hometown: Columbus, Ind. Anticipated major: Art or education studies

ON TRANSITIONING TO DEPAUW: “The adjustment to DePauw was much easier than I expected. I found my best friends in my mentor group so I was given support from the very first day. I connected with my amazing mentor and met professors who made me feel like I had already been here for months.

1:40 p.m.

Attend class: Education Studies – Deconstructing Difference

2:50 p.m.

Attend class: Intro to Philosophy

3:50 p.m.

Work on homework or hang out with friends

5 p.m.

Dinner with friends at Hoover Hall

6 p.m.

Bible study

CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT

7 p.m.

Study at Roy O.

10 p.m.

+ + + + + + +

Midnight

Head back to dorm and hang out with friends or study Get some sleep

“Another thing that helped with the transition to DePauw was the many clubs on campus. The academic fair helped me find and sign up for as many clubs as I wanted. I joined a handful where I was able to find other little families within campus, like La Fuerza Latina and my Bible study group.”

La Fuerza Latina dance group Lilly Scholar Network DePauw Campus Cat Allies Honor Scholar Connections program Tiger host Circulating Literature Society

+ Committee for Latino Concerns + Feminista! + Tiger Catholic + ArtHaus + Painting with the Youth + Green Dot-trained + First-year mentor

11


CAMPUS LIFE

1

2

3

7

8

9

13

14

15

1: Support teammates at a softball game. 2: Recharge with a yoga session at the Bartlett Reflection Center in the Nature Park. 3: Cheer on classmates at a soccer or field hockey match at Reavis Stadium. 4: Take part in one of five annual stage productions produced by DePauw Theatre or DePauw Opera. 5: Meet up with friends for dinner at Hoover Hall. 6: Participate in Greek philanthropy events. 7: Relax with your roommate. 8: Grab a garlic cheeseburger at Marvin’s. 9: Practice makes perfect in the Green Center for the Performing Arts.

12


Places to study. Student hangouts. Things to do.

4

5

6

10

11

12

16

17

18

10: Experience new cultures through spiritual life programs. 11: Hang with your new sisters. 12: Or bothers. 13: Study in the Adirondack chairs on East College lawn. 14: Play pool or meet with friends in the student living room. 15: Study in Roy O. West Library. 16: Visit downtown Greencastle for First Fridays. 17: Celebrate a victory. 18: Relax on Stewart Plaza.

13


THE CAMPUS FIRST-YEAR RESIDENCE HALLS South Quad: Hogate Hall, Humbert Hall, Bishop Roberts Hall, Longden Hall, Lucy ce Residen Rowland Hall halls

GREEN CENTER FOR THE or y la PERFORMING ARTS p a See hear , t r e c con School of Music, Kresge capella DePauw Auditorium, Moore Theatre, Thompson Recital Hall 14

Facing west

Work a out, get t Welch Fitness Center smoothie a Erdmann Natatorium Blend Neal Fieldhouse Classrooms LILLY CENTER

UPPERCLASS HOUSING Rector Village Greek Housing: Alpha Phi

JULIAN SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS CENTER

lab Conduct h with researc faculty


ATHLETIC COMPLEX

re Eat he HOOVER HALL

UNION BUILDING Hubbard Center, student living room, student post office

d Career advising an ies ud st us mp off-ca

Blackstock Stadium, Reavis Stadium, softball field, Walker Field, tennis courts Go Tigers!

ANDERSON STREET Main entrance to campus

EAST COLLEGE

oldest on building s campu

ACADEMIC QUAD

Classroom s & faculty offices

Asbury Hall, Harrison Hall, Roy O. West Library

OFFICE OF ADMISSION

APPLY HERE!

15


WEEKEND IN REVIEW Baseball

Performance by Imani Winds with the Harlem String Quartet

A review of a weekend at DePauw this spring: April 7-8, 2018

Art exhibit in the Peeler Art Center

DePauw Drag Ball

Concerto winners’ concert

16

Vinyasa yoga at Reflection Center at the Nature Park

Track and field invitational


GREENCASTLE

Indiana’s state motto is “The Crossroads of America,” and it rings true for Greencastle. A quintessential small town close to a big city; it’s the best of both worlds. ANN ARBOR CHICAGO CINCINNATI CLEVELAND DES MOINES INDIANAPOLIS LOUISVILLE MADISON MINNEAPOLIS NASHVILLE ST. LOUIS

MINNEAPOLIS, MN

5 hours 3 hours 2 hours 5 hours 7 hours 45 min 3 hours 5 hours 8.5 hours 4.5 hours 3 hours

MADISON, WI ANN ARBOR, MI

DES MOINES, IA

CHICAGO, IL

CLEVELAND, OH DEPAUW UNIVERSITY CINCINNATI, OH INDIANAPOLIS, IN

ST. LOUIS, MO

LOUISVILLE, KY

NASHVILLE, TN

17


CREATING GLOBAL CONNECTIONS

Because of my work for the student paper and my interest in politics, two of my professors nominated me as a delegate to the 2017 Athens Democracy Forum. I got to work alongside students from around the world, and I don’t think I’ve ever been exposed to as many different perspectives in such a short span of time.”

EMMA MAZUREK ’19

Valparaiso, Ind.

Major: English writing

18


& PATHWAYS OUTSIDE OF DEPAUW

I interned with CNN Sports at CNN Headquarters in Atlanta, Ga. While with CNN Sports, primarily Bleacher Report, I completed several tasks, including writing articles, editing video and audio highlights and pitching story ideas during weekly futures meetings. I believe I was successful at this internship because of the incredible versatility that the DePauw liberal arts education has provided me. Being able to have an open mind, communicate effectively and be well-versed in a variety of areas are emphasized at DePauw and there is no doubt in my mind that I would not have been selected for this internship had I not possessed these vital skills. I owe my success to DePauw University.� DOMINIC MIRANDA ’19

Nappanee, Ind.

Major: Communication, Internship: CNN Sports 19


AND WITHIN IT

For someone who studies chemistry, nothing is better than lab research. During the summer, I experienced life as a researcher with a professor who not only believed in me but put his trust in me. Our work on two tropical diseases made me feel like I did something that will impact many people.�

KHOA VU ’20

Hanoi, Vietnam

Major: Biochemistry

20


21


20 REASONS TO CHOOSE DEPAUW ONE

#1

TWO

We’re ranked the liberal arts college in Indiana, according to U.S. News and World Report.

THREE

#3

for general education in the U.S. as ranked by College Factual

FOUR

THE GOLD COMMITMENT NINE

major

22

FIVE

TIGER PRIDE

SIX

Create your own

2nd

DePauw is in the state of Indiana for the number of college graduates who participate in Teach For America.

We’re ranked

#5

nationally for the number of students studying abroad.

SEVEN

EIGHT

90% 228 of DePauw graduates who apply to law school are accepted – six percentage points higher than the national average.

faculty who have the highest degrees in their fields and are teaching your classes. TEN

DePauw offers majors.

45


ELEVEN

First-year mentors

start offering advice and guidance the day you arrive.

94%

of our students graduate employed, enrolled in a graduate program or selected in a national fellowship six months after graduation and we’re working toward 100%.

THIRTEEN

FOURTEEN

92%

$205,040 awarded to pursue summer research projects in 2018.

EIGHTEEN

guarantee

The for your success. TWENTY

Monon Bell Game – one of the oldest The

of employers surveyed have positive views of DePauw graduates and students. They valued our graduates’ relational skills above others’ strictly technical skills. FIFTEEN

TWELVE

college football rivalries and the only nationally televised D3 event.

SIXTEEN

SEVENTEEN

The Peeler Art Center features three spacious galleries and hosts 10 exhibitions annually. NINETEEN

Little 500

annual bike race.

19%

of our students are first generation. And 19 percent are part of a legacy family.

top 20

Payscale recognized DePauw as one of the private colleges for salaries after graduation last year.

23


GOLD GRADS GOLD also stands for Graduates of the Last Decade, and we have some impressive alumni pathways to share. We take pride in giving our students the freedom to explore the full range of their interests. Because, when you find a passion and a way to apply it, you will become a leader wherever your journey takes you.

ECONOMICS MAJORS

MEGHAN BURKE ’17

Financial analyst at Eli Lilly and Co.

TY FROST ’15

Senior consultant, West Monroe Partners 24


COMMUNICATION MAJOR J O R D A N D AV I S ’ 1 4

BIOCHEMISTRY MAJOR

Assistant principal, KIPP Northeast College Prep

JACK BURGESON ’14

Indiana University School of Medicine, Fourth-year medical student

PSYCHOLOGY MAJORS

TA Q U E S H A D E A N ’ 1 7

Clinical research coordinator, Massachusetts General Hospital

E M M A M A C A N A L LY ’ 1 7

Media associate, Spark Foundry 25


(RE)DISCOVER YOUR PASSION, CREATE YOUR PATH Whether you want to complement your major or explore something completely different – you design your own experience. Want to develop an art portfolio to go with that diploma in physics? Major in English but also be a Management Fellow? What about a focus in computer science and theatre? It’s all here.

At DePauw, I’ve had the opportunity to join countless organizations, develop close connections with professors and cultivated a close network of lifelong friends. I don’t think that I would have had the chance to engage in a fraction of these opportunities if I went anywhere else.”

LUKAS EKRICH ’18

Greencastle, Ind.

Major: History, Political Science

26


IF THAT’S WHAT YOU WANT, YOU’RE GOLD, TOO.

27


DEPAUW.EDU/VISIT Learn more about how you can build your own visit. Meet a faculty member, take a specialized tour or sit in on a class for the true DePauw experience. 201 8 - 1 9 V I S I T EVENT S

PREVIEW DAYS OCT. 8, 2018 NOV. 3, 2018 JAN. 21, 2019 APRIL 6, 2019

HONOR SCHOLAR AND FELLOWS PROGRAM PREVIEW DAY NOV. 5, 2018

DEPAUW.EDU/VISIT It is the policy of DePauw University to actively support equality of education and employment opportunity. No person shall be denied admission to any educational program or activity on the basis of such factors, but not limited to, race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or expression, disability or veteran status. Sexual harassment is an act of discrimination and, as such, will not be tolerated.

28


FINANCIAL AID At DePauw, each financial aid application is carefully reviewed by a counselor to assess your unique financial circumstances and eligibility. Visit our website for detailed information on how to apply. Paying for your DePauw education is a partnership between you, your family and the university. Our financial aid staff is committed to working with your family to ensure the accessibility of our academic and residential programs. We use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and tax information to carefully assess each student’s unique financial circumstances and find the best combination of options for funding. Need-based financial aid and merit scholarships are available for students who qualify.

TYPES O F AID S C HO LA R S HIPS A N D G R A N T S We offer a variety of merit awards, scholarships and grants to first-year and transfer students based on academic achievement, leadership, commitment to service, musical talent and/or financial need. Visit our website to view application requirements.

LO A N S Federal loans can make your educational investment possible. We recommend that you complete the FAFSA as a first step to determine your eligibility for federal loans.

O N - C A MP U S EMPLO Y MEN T Part-time jobs at DePauw provide financial assistance to students while also developing skills that will translate to a professional environment. We offer a variety of employment options, including federal work-study and DePauw work-study for those who qualify.

PAY MEN T PLA N S We help students manage their total college cost by setting up a payment plan. Resources are available to guide this process. DEPAUW.EDU/ADMISSION/TUITION-AND-AID/ THE-FINANCIAL-AID-PROCESS/


Nonprofit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Permit No. 17 Greencastle, Indiana

Office of Admission P.O. Box 37 • Greencastle, Indiana 46135-0037 765-658-4006 • www.depauw.edu

DEPAUW.EDU/GOLD CONNECT WITH US Office of Admission 204 E. Seminary St. Greencastle, IN 46135 P: 765-658-4006 F: 765-658-4007 E. admission@depauw.edu

FOLLOW US DePauwAdmissions depauwu @DePauwAdmission

iv

Junior Viewbook 2018  
Junior Viewbook 2018