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- DePaul is the largest Catholic university in the U.S., and the ninth-largest private, not-for-profit university in the nation. (2011)
- In fall 2012, DePaul enrolled 24,966 students from across the nation and abroad, including more than 33% of self-identified students of color.
- DePaul's 10 colleges and schools offer more than 332 undergraduate and graduate programs of study.
- For the 2012-2013 school year, approximately $494 million in financial aid grants, scholarships, loans and work-study opportunities were awarded to more than 21,600 students.
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- The College of Law ranks among the top 100 in for the 7th consecutive year. (2012)
- The health law program placed 15th.
- The intellectual property program placed 17th.
- DePaul's part-time MBA program has been ranked in the top 10 nationally 14 times, and ranked 37th in the America's Best Graduate Schools guidebook. (2013)
- Named among the nation’s top 25 service-learning programs. (2011)
- Princeton Review's "Best 373 Colleges" recognized DePaul in three categories of accounting, finance and communication. (2011)
- DePaul was also recognized as one of the top 20 "Great College Towns," the only Illinois college or university receiving that distinction.
- DePaul students were ranked among the happiest in the United States in a nationwide survey of thousands of students by the Princeton Review for its "Best Colleges" publications. (1999, 2003)
- Princeton Review's Guide to Green Colleges named DePaul amongst the nation's greenest colleges for the third year in a row. (2012)
- DePaul's undergraduate entrepreneurship program nationally ranked 17th, and the graduate program 11th, among more than 2,300 schools surveyed for its Best Schools for Entrepreneurs. (2011)