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An evening open house in the Peeler Art Center.

Training got a little bit easier when Welch Fitness Center opened in August.

Psychology Professor Sharmin Tunguz works closely with a student on an assignment.

Home to field hockey, lacrosse and soccer, Reavis Stadium opened in August of 2014.

Lifting weights in the new Welch Fitness Center.

Favorite place to churn out a paper? How about the Julian Math and Science Center lobby?

The Dvorak and America Festival brought the likes of renowned cultural historian Joseph Horowitz for a weeklong partnership supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.

Sociology Professor Matthew Oware is an award-winning teacher whose research includes analysis of the construction of multiracial identity, Black masculinity in African-American expressive culture, and the Black family in American society.

The first meet of the year had the Tigers battling Washington University of St. Louis.

Honor Scholar Rachel Massoud '15 presents her analysis of women in modern Disney films.

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Nationally recognized, DePauw provides a set of exceptional college experiences marked by intellectual rigor and shaped by a dynamic faculty. These experiences are further enhanced by an engaging residential campus community and a breadth and depth of perspectives inside and outside of the classroom.


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DePauw By The Numbers


  • 150performances

    In DePauw's School of Music each year.

  • $130KRelay for Life

    The amount of money raised each year by student-led Relay for Life.

  • 5th for study abroad

    DePauw is fifth on the Institute of International Education's list of top baccalaureate schools in the U.S. for study abroad.

  • 550students

    Playing 23 intercollegiate sports in the North Coast Athletic Conference.