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Office of the President

The office of DePauw University's 20th President, Mark McCoy.

For more than 175 years, DePauw University has been changing lives. We bring students from diverse backgrounds together with first-class faculty to create future leaders.

We are firmly committed to linking our strong liberal arts education to life's work, preparing our students for achievement in an increasingly diverse and rapidly changing world. But we do more than prepare students to make a living; our liberal arts education prepares students to make a life. Our students go on to uncommon success and understand the significance of the life well lived.

We invite you to visit, soon and often, to get more information about the programs and activities available to you here and about DePauw's long history of creating learners and leaders. Welcome.


Strategic Initiatives

Providing a total student experience – the combination of intellectual engagement, co-curricular activity and experiential education – found at an institution such as DePauw University demands clear and intentional planning and action.

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@DMarkMcCoy on Twitter


RT @DePauw_Alumni: Ken Coquillette '82, a member of the University's Board of Trustees, has been appointed a vice chairman of the Global Financial Institutions Group (FIG) in the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs in New York. https://t.co/5ToUo

3 days ago

Ring the Bell for Old DePauw. Show your support in the #GOLDChallenge: share your number & increase the collective impact of @DePauw_Alumni!

16 days ago

The DePauw family is stronger together. How many friends can you get to join in the #GOLDChallenge? Claim your number and show your support.

16 days ago

So impressed with the support of our GOLD @DePauw_Alumni today & every day. How many GOLD donors can we get in the next hour? #GOLDChallenge

16 days ago

Students: Anything you'd like to talk about? Ideas? I hope to see you at my weekly Monday lunch in Hoover Hall from 11:30-12:30 today.

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