College of Business > Student Resources > Undergraduate Resources > Advising
The Driehaus College of Business Undergraduate Programs Office provides academic advising to undergraduate business students through:
Advisors are available to discuss long- and short-term curriculum planning, program requirements, course selection, major/minor selection and questions related to academic policy and procedure.
The Driehaus Undergraduate Programs Office also connects students with
tutoring and workshops that help academic progress, and offers assistance for determining eligibility for
Undergraduate Programs Office DePaul Center, 1 E. Jackson Blvd., Suite 5200
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Academic advisors are assigned based on the student's last name. Please refer to your Student Center or Degree Progress Report to see the academic advisor assigned to you.
Students can meet with a Driehaus academic advisor by appointment, Monday through Friday, during regular business hours most weeks of the year. Schedule your 30-minute appointment by calling (312) 362-5358. Though it is best to meet in-person with an advisor, phone appointments are possible when students are unable to come to campus. During phone appointments, students must have access to a computer.
When planning your course schedule, it is best to see an advisor well before registration begins:
Students with questions about the advising topics noted below should schedule an appointment with an academic advisor as soon as possible. Your advisor will ensure full understanding of how to progress through the degree program in a timely manner, and they can refer you to campus-wide resources available to help you stay on track to graduation.
Open Advising (OA) occurs quarterly during the first week of the term. During OA, students are advised on a first-come, first-served basis. Advising appointments during OA are 20 minutes long and reserved for issues concerning the current quarter or the quarter for which you are registering. To schedule an OA appointment during the first week of the term, call our front desk at (312) 362-5358 as early as 8 a.m.
You may submit an Inter-College Transfer request once you have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours at DePaul University and have earned a minimum 2.00 cumulative grade point average (GPA).
To make any of these changes, follow this path in Campus Connect: Academic Record > Change College, Major or Minor.
You must also select a concentration if you are pursuing the following majors: accounting, marketing, management and hospitality.
You may only take open elective classes as pass/fail. All other courses required for the Bachelor of Science in Business must be taken with the standard letter grading system.
You must apply for the pass/fail grading option prior to the third week of class. Applications for the pass/fail grading system can be obtained in the lobby of the Undergraduate Programs Office, DePaul Center, Suite 5200.
The Driehaus College of Business strives to maintain effective student-teacher ratios, so the courses in the college rarely take on extra students. If you are a senior entering into your final term of study, you must meet with an academic advisor to review the Closed Class Petition process.
You should contact Student Accounts at (312) 362-8610 for complete details and instructions.
View tuition information. You can also contact the Financial Aid office at (312) 362-8091 or Student Accounts at (312) 362-8610.