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DePaul University
Vincent DePaul University
旧称 St. Vincent's College (1898-1907)
モットー Viam sapientiae monstrabo tibi.
モットー (英語) "I will show you the way of wisdom."
種別 私立研究大学
設立年 1898年
資金 約595.8億ドル (2018)[1]
学長 A. Gabriel Esteban
学部生 15,407人
大学院生 7,703人
所在地 アメリカ合衆国の旗 アメリカ合衆国
北緯41度55分26秒 西経87度39分22秒 / 北緯41.924度 西経87.656度 / 41.924; -87.656座標: 北緯41度55分26秒 西経87度39分22秒 / 北緯41.924度 西経87.656度 / 41.924; -87.656
キャンパス Lincoln Park, 36 acres and downtown Loop
Academic term Quarter
スクールカラー Royal Blue & Scarlet[2]
ニックネーム Blue Demons
NCAA Division IBig East
公式サイト www.depaul.edu

デポール大学英語: DePaul University)は、アメリカ合衆国イリノイ州シカゴに本部を置く米国総合私立大学である。1898年に設置された。全米でも最大規模の研究型私立大学で、多様な人種を受けいれている。2017年の学生数は約22,000人(学部生15,000人、大学院生7,700人)で、世界130カ国から多くの留学生が学ぶ。学期は、クオーター制を採用している。




Lincoln Park Campus[編集]

  • College of Education
  • College of Science and Health
  • School of Music
  • The Theatre School
  • College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

Loop Campus[編集]

  • Driehaus College of Business
  • College of Computing and Digital Media
  • College of Law
  • School for New Learning
  • College of Communication


  • College of Education 
  • College of Science and Health
  • School of Music
  • The Theatre School
  • College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
  • Driehaus College of Business
  • College of Computing and Digital Media
  • College of Law
  • School for New Learning
  • College of Communication



学生 / 教員の数の比: 16/1


  • 男子約 48%
  • 女子約 52%

寮生 / 通学生の割合

  • 寮生 約18%
  • 通学生 約82%



U.S.News & World Report大学ランキング[編集]

  • Best Value Schoolランキング:全米第54位[4]

The Princeton Review[編集]





  • Curtis J. Crawford, CEO, XCEO, Inc.
  • Richard Driehaus, CEO, Driehaus Capital Management
  • Dan Evans, former vice president and general manager, Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Jack Greenberg, former CEO, McDonald's Corporation
  • Kerrie L. Holley, chief architect of IBM Global Services and IBM distinguished engineer; IBM Black Engineer of the Year Award Recipient 2003
  • Martin Jahn, general director, Volkswagen Group RUS
  • Cameron James, CEO and chairman; Goldman Sachs Circa 1996; died 1995 after graduating from Stanton
  • James M. Jenness, former CEO, Kellogg Company
  • Philip Kotler, Northwestern University, S.C. Johnson & Son Professor in International Marketing, known as the "father of modern marketing"
  • Daniel Ustian, chairman, president and chief executive officer, Navistar International Corp.


  • Frank Annunzio, U.S. Representative from Illinois (1965–1993)
  • Edwin B. Bederman, Illinois state representative
  • Michael A. Bilandic, former mayor of Chicago
  • Dorothy Brown, clerk of Cook County Circuit Court
  • Anne M. Burke, Illinois Supreme Court Justice, 1st District
  • Joseph Burke, judge of the Illinois Appellate Court (1939–76)
  • Richard J. Daley, former mayor of Chicago
  • Richard M. Daley, former mayor of Chicago
  • Terrance Gainer, Sergeant at Arms of the United States Senate
  • Arthur Goldberg, former justice of the United States Supreme Court
  • Benjamin Hooks, former executive director of the NAACP
  • Theodore Matlak, former 32nd ward Chicago alderman
  • Walter J. Nega, Illinois state senator
  • George Papadopoulos, oil and energy consultant and convicted felon.
  • Samuel Skinner, former chief federal prosecutor, U.S. Secretary of Transportation; Chief of Staff to President George H. W. Bush
  • Laura Spurr, chairwoman of the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi (2000–2001, 2003–2010)
  • Charles E. Tucker, Jr., U.S. Air Force Major General
  • Nadao Yoshinaga, Hawaii Senator


  • Mark Aguirre, forward, NBA 1982–1994 (Dallas, Detroit)
  • Bill Boedeker, halfback, NFL 1946–1950 (four teams)
  • Andre Brown, forward, NBA 2007–present (currently with Bandırma Banvit of Turkey)
  • Latasha Byears, women's basketball player in the WNBA
  • Wilson Chandler, forward, NBA 2007–present (currently with Philadelphia 76ers)
  • Tyrone Corbin, forward, NBA 1985–2000 (nine teams)
  • Dave Corzine, center, NBA 1978–1990 (five teams)
  • Terry Cummings, forward, NBA 1982–2000 (seven teams)
  • Kevin Edwards, guard, NBA 1988–2001 (four teams)
  • Marty Embry, center, drafted by the Utah Jazz in 1986, played professionally overseas for 13 years
  • Elene Gedevanishvili, Georgian figure skater
  • Sarah Gorden, defender, NWSL 2016–present (currently with Chicago Red Stars)
  • Stephen Howard, forward, NBA 1992–1998 (three teams)
  • Kelli Hubly, defender, NWSL 2017–present (currently with Portland Thorns FC)
  • Steven Hunter, center, NBA 2001–2010
  • Johnny Jorgensen, guard, professional basketball, 1947-49
  • Mabel Landry, track and field
  • George Mikan, one of the NBA's 50 greatest players
  • Angelo Poffo, professional wrestler; father of "Macho Man" Randy Savage
  • Allie Quigley, guard, WNBA 2008–present (currently with Chicago Sky)
  • Quentin Richardson, guard, NBA 2000–2013
  • Bobby Simmons, guard, NBA 2001–2010
  • Julianne Sitch, defender, NWSL 2001–2014
  • Rod Strickland, guard, NBA 1988–2005 (nine teams)
  • Erin Walter, midfielder, USL W-League 2006–2009
  • Rebekkah "Smokey" Jarvey, Offensive and Defensive line, Madison Blaze Women's Professional Football Team, Wisconsin Dragons Women's Professional Football Team (2017-current)


  • Gillian AndersonActivist, Actor, Voice acting
  • John C. Reilly, American actor
  • Joe Keery, Actor
  • Judy Greer, Television producer, Actor, Voice acting
  • Monique ColemanEntrepreneur, Actor, Singer
  • Sean Gunn, Actor
  • Joe Mantegna, American actor
  • Tarell Alvin McCraney, American playwright, Actor
  • Pete WentzBassist, Businessperson, Guitarist
  • John Barrowman, Actor, Singer, Writer
  • Elizabeth PerkinsActor, Voice acting


  • Kay Ulanday Barrett, poet, educator, cultural worker
  • William Granger, Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times columnist; author of The November Man series of novels
  • Patrick Hicks, novelist, poet
  • Tarell Alvin McCraney, playwright and winner of 2017 Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay
  • Thomas Moore, author of Care of the Soul
  • Christian Picciolini, author of the autobiography Romantic Violence: Memoirs of an American Skinhead;[1] contributor to Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt and Google Ideas Director Jared Cohen's 2013 book The New Digital Age
  • Sean Stephenson, author of Get Off Your "But"