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UPDATED: Fall 2017

Portal Information


DePaul Young American's for Freedom is a project of Young America's Foundation to promote conservatism and youth activism at DePaul University. We do this through miscellaneous activities such as speakers, events, and workshops.


Activist/Political Student Organizations

Student Organization Email
Organization Type


Student Organization Advisor Name

All student organizations are required to have and maintain an advisor to be considered a registered student organization. Please provide the full name of your intended advisor.

Michael Miller

Connection to DePaul Mission

How does your organization live out the mission of DePaul?

This mission statement embodies the principal purposes of DePaul University. As such it is the nexus between past, present and future; the criterion against which plans are formulated and major decisions made; the bond which unites faculty, students, staff, alumni, and trustees as an academic community. As a university, DePaul pursues the preservation, enrichment, and transmission of knowledge and culture across a broad scope of academic disciplines. It treasures its deep roots in the wisdom nourished in Catholic universities from medieval times. The principal distinguishing marks of the university are its Catholic, Vincentian, and urban character.

By promoting intellectual and political diversity.


What is your organization's purpose/mission?

DePaul YAF's mission is to promote conservative ideals on campus at DePaul.

Organization Highlights

Please list the main events/programming that your organization is known for on campus. If you are registering a new student organization, please list the main events/programming that your organization is planning to bring to campus.

YAF-sponsored speakers, weekly meetings, debates, etc.