Alumni & Giving
Transcript requests and replacement diplomas:
All transcript and replacement diploma requests are processed through the Office of Student Records. Electronic transcripts are available to alumni who completed all their coursework after 1981, and paper transcripts are available to all alumni of DePaul. Electronic and paper transcripts with standard delivery are free; alumni will only be charged a fee for transcripts that are ordered with UPS shipping. All transcript orders must be placed online.
Free replacement diplomas are available to new graduates whose original diploma was damaged upon receipt. Duplicate diplomas are available to alumni for a fee of $75 and there is a limit of 3 duplicates per person. All diplomas orders must be placed online.
Visit the Student Records Website for more information about ordering transcripts and/or additional diplomas.
Bar Certification Requests
Requests for a deanís certification in connection with a state or federal bar application should be submitted in writing with your original signature to Diana White, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, DePaul University College of Law, 25 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60604.
DePaul University Alumni Benefits & Services
DePaul University offers all alumni numerous benefits and privileges, including alumni medical and life insurance, library access and a subscription to DePaul Magazine. All alumni also are entitled to a variety of discounts, including air travel, car rental and hotel discounts.
Law Career Services
The Law Career Services Office is pleased to assist DePaul Law graduates contemplating a job change or seeking employment. Alumni are welcome to utilize the many resources here at the office. We offer career counseling, access to job postings and a class-based email listserv, print and electronic resources, and programming throughout the year, all of which are tailored to assist individuals with finding employment or making a career transition.
Loan Repayment Assistance Program
The Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP), managed by the Center for Public Interest Law, was created to address the overwhelming barrier of educational debt that confronts DePaul Law graduates who desire to work in public interest law. Depending on the funds available, the LRAP typically assists 5 graduates per year. The ultimate goal of the LRAP committee is to build the LRAP endowment to allow for the amount and number of awards to increase annually. Applicants who are selected for an LRAP award must reapply for the award every year and will be eligible for a maximum of five years of LRAP awards.
Rinn Law Library Access
The Rinn Law Library has a dedicated space for College of Law alumni to conduct in-depth legal research. The Law Alumni Research Room features special access to over 50 law and law-related databases as well as other valuable alumni resources.