College of Communication > About > College News > 2020 News Archive > College Office Access During Fall Quarter 2020: A Conversation with Business Coordinator Aaron Krupp
By Shena Ramsay /
September 10, 2020 /
Posted in: Staff, Faculty /
"I have always heard about the amazing work and student culture at DePaul, and I have not been disappointed. Fun and engaging work culture is important to me, and I am not afraid to ask questions—luckily, my coworkers and colleagues are open to answering my questions entirely! Good fit!"
As we adjust to the new
university-wide guidelines for visiting campus, Aaron provides the following updates on accessing College of Communication spaces and office coverage:
Aaron is also involved in rolling out
Microsoft Teams across the college. "Communication between staff and faculty will be easy in order to alert people in regards to changes to these rules and recommendations." Also, see the university’s
reopening employee guidebook.
Office management is only one aspect of Aaron’s broad role in the college. "In essence, I coordinate all of the business for the staff and faculty’s administrative needs. People call on me when they need general help; I also point them in the right direction or handle an ad hoc task myself." This includes managing Communication offices and facilities, overseeing tenure and review document management processes, and supervising a team that handles scheduling, contracts, the college general email account and phone coverage. "My favorite part about working at DePaul are the amazing colleagues and coworkers who have never hesitated to help me out and are always vigorous teammates."
Aaron joined Communication in December from previous roles in corporate sales and customer service. "I also managed a few locations of a hair salon franchise, and this role gave me a lot of experience and hearty laughs—both good and bad!"
He holds a BA in advertising from the College of Communication at University of Illinois. Aaron is also an artist, a painter currently pursuing a BS in painting. He’s been busy lately with a new adopted kitten named Chip Dip and settling into solo living in his new apartment.
You can reach Aaron at