MEAL with DePaul Student and Scholar Application: Winter 2020
MEAL with DePaul gives international students and scholars a chance to learn about U.S. food and culture. DePaul faculty and staff will volunteer to host small groups of students and scholars (typically 3-6) at their home for a meal. You will have the opportunity to meet other students and learn more about the city of Chicago and DePaul University.
MEALs are scheduled to take place between 12-3pm or 5-8pm. Your host will contact you directly to confirm exactly when you should arrive for your MEAL. We recommend that you travel together with the other students and scholars in your group via public transportation to your host's home.
Students and scholars are selected to participate based on the order in which applications are received. Priority will be given to students and scholars who have never participated in the program before and who are in their first year of study at DePaul.
Please Note: All communication for this program will happen over email. Please check your email each day and respond promptly to ensure you do not miss a deadline to confirm or accept your placement.
What is your full name (first and last name)
What name do you want your host to use to address you?
This may be your first name or your English name or a nickname.
Student ID Number
Please type carefully to ensure there are no mistakes! All program information will be sent by email. Please check your inbox every day for messages about MEAL with DePaul. Information about your placement will be time sensitive, and you could lose your spot if you do not respond promptly!
ISS will share your phone number and email address with your host and the other students and scholars participating in your MEAL so that you can coordinate your travel plans. We will also use your phone number to contact you if you are on the wait list.
Date of Birth
Please make sure to update the year your were born.
Do you have any family members who will join you (spouse or children)? Please list their names, relationship to you and ages here.
Which best describes your role at DePaul?
Graduate Student (Earning Master's Degree or Doctorate)
English Language Academy (ELA) Student
International Scholar/Visiting Faculty
In what college do you study/work?
Driehaus College of Business
College of Communication
College of Computing and Digital Media
College of Education
College of Law
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
School of New Learning
The Theatre School
College of Science and Health
School of Music
English Language Academy
What term did you begin at DePaul?
Before Summer 2019
Do you have any dietary restrictions? If yes, please list below
Please describe these restrictions. Is there food or drink you cannot eat for health or religious reasons?
Please indicate if you require a home that is wheelchair accessible.
Yes, I am in a wheelchair and need a to be placed in a home that can accommodate a wheelchair.
No, I do not need a to be placed in a wheelchair accessible home.
Do you have any pet allergies or fears that would prevent you from participating in this program, if your host has a pet? Please describe them below.
Are you available to participate on all three dates?
Please select ALL dates and times that could work for your schedule and hold these days free on your calendar. The more dates you select, the easier it will be for us to place you.
February 29, 12-3pm
February 29, 5-8pm
March 1, 12-3pm
March 1, 5-8pm
March 7, 12-3pm
March 7, 5-8pm
March 8, 12-3pm
March 8, 5-8pm
Have you ever participated in MEAL with DePaul before?
Some of our faculty and staff hosts live in the suburbs and require you to travel with the METRA. Are you willing to travel to the suburbs on public transportation to reach your host?
Why do you want to participate in MEAL with DePaul?
Your answer to this question will be shared with your host, so they can know you better before you arrive.
I understand that photos may be taken or videos made at this event. DePaul may use these photos on social media or in marketing materials. I understand that it is my responsibility to talk to the photographer and ensure I am not in any photos taken at this event if that is my preference.
Other Comments or Questions:
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