About DePaul University
Here are some interesting statistics about DePaul University (accurate as of Fall 2002, according to www.depaul.edu):
DePaul University is the nation’s largest Catholic institution of higher education.
Named for the French priest, St. Vincent de Paul (1581-1660)
Motto: “I will show you the way of wisdom” (Viam sapientiae monstrabo tibi, Proverbs 4.11)
Prominent alumni include:
Programs of study: DePaul offers more than 130 programs of study. The five most popular majors are: computer science, accounting, finance, communication, and psychology.
Financial aid (2002-2003): More than $129 million in financial aid was awarded to 69% of all undergraduate students.
Average student/faculty Ratio: 14 to 1
Student profile: Freshmen from 43 states and territories enrolled in fall 2002, with 78% of students hailing from Illinois. Approximately 45% of full-time freshmen are the first in their families to attend college.
Student living: 14 residence halls provide on-campus homes for more than 2,400 students. The neighborhoods surrounding the campus are home to over 4,000 students living off campus.
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