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Counseling Services & Support

DePaul College of Law is committed to helping students reach their potential, while also creating a welcoming and engaging environment.

University Counseling Services

  • University Counseling Services (UCS) provides a range of services to help students remove barriers to academic and personal success.
  • A Same Day Consultation (SDC) is available to help students determine the best way to proceed based on their current and unique needs.
  • Group Counseling is offered at the Lincoln Park and Loop campuses for students struggling with both specific issues and with general concerns.

Multicultural Affairs

  • Individual counseling and mentoring is available to students through the Office of Student Affairs.
  • The Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to diversifying the legal profession.
    • CLEO coordinates six-week pre-law summer institutes to assist minority and disadvantaged students in acquiring the skills and techniques necessary for successful law school performance.
    • For information contact CLEO at (202) 216-4343 or cleoscholars.com
  • Minority Legal Education Resources (MLER) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to increasing diversity and inclusion in the legal field through year-round programming.
    • The Bar Process Management Program is offered in January and June, in preparation for the Illinois Bar Exams.
    • The Diversity Pipeline Program assists law school students in their studies and professional development by conducting workshops addressing educational and social barriers faced by underrepresented students.