To maintain UChicago’s tradition of discovery, UChicago Careers in Entrepreneurship (UCIE)
integrates a variety of entrepreneurial opportunities into its programming. Students interested in startups, venture capital, and other related careers have access to one-on-one advising from a
professional with extensive experience.
The Institute of Politics is a nonpartisan organization that inspires UChicago students to pursue careers in politics and public service. Through extracurricular opportunities and programming, in tandem with UChicago’s famed and rigorous Core curriculum, it aims to connect young people with practicing policymakers and instill a passion for civic engagement.Download PDF
Whether they gravitate toward community or international development, education, social service, public policy, or politics, students will find a vast array of opportunities through the UChicago Careers in Public and Social Service (UCIPSS) program.
Through the University of Chicago’s strong liberal arts curriculum, and the new Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, students pursue multiple, interdisciplinary realms of knowledge and practice, even as they seek to become experts in specific areas of interest.Download PDF
UChicago Careers in Health Professions (UCIHP) is a comprehensive, four-year, pre-professional program that provides College students with the resources and support to develop a customized portfolio of knowledge, skill sets, and experiences required for advanced study or employment in health and medicine.Download PDF
UChicago Careers in Entrepreneurship (UCIE) integrates a variety of entrepreneurial opportunities into its programming. Students interested in startups, venture capital, and other related careers have access to one-on-one advising from a professional with extensive experience.Download PDF
UChicago Careers in Education Professions provides specialized preparation for students
interested in pursuing careers in preK-12 teaching as well as educational administration, research,
and policy. The program also supports students interested in postsecondary teaching and
The selective UChicago Careers in Business (UCIB) program supplements the College’s influential
liberal arts curriculum with the world-class resources of Chicago Booth and UChicago’s global
network of business leaders. The UCIB program includes professional advising, mentorship from
fourth-year UCIB and Chicago Booth students, weekly workshops, and courses at Chicago Booth.
The Odyssey Scholarship Program was created in 2008 as a pioneering effort to reduce or eliminate loans for students from families with modest incomes through support from an anonymous College alumnus. In 2014, the University of Chicago announced the No Barriers initiative, which further bolsters support for students who are part of the Odyssey Scholarship community.Download PDF
To be considered for this full-tuition scholarship, candidates must be high school seniors who qualify for admission to the University of Chicago and be children (or the legally adopted children) of currently active, sworn Chicago Firefighters, Chicago Police Officers, or University of Chicago Police Officers who will remain active for the duration of their children’s college careers.Download PDF
The Joe and Rika Mansueto Library features the most modern and innovative reading room on campus, as it's distinctive UV blocking panels that make up the large dome allow students to study while basking in the sun or appreciating a light snowfall. Beneath the reading room is a massive storage space that holds up to 3.5 million volumes, all of which are retrieved completely automatically using a system of robotic cranes.Download PDF
The Logan Center, perfectly situated to capture the breath-taking views of UChicago and the city, offers an array of arts programming and resources to students and Hyde Park residents. One of the Logan Center's most flexible spaces, the beautiful performance hall, performs a variety of functions from concerts to film screenings to lectures (… just to name a few!) In addition to classrooms and rehearsal spaces, the Logan Center is filled with lounges and nooks for studying and socializing.Download PDF
There is perhaps no better symbol of the University of Chicago than Cobb Gate. Lined with expressive grotesques and draped in colorful ivy, Cobb Gate has stood as the entrance to the Main Quad for over 100 years. Passing underneath its exalted arch, one becomes a participant in a rich educational dialogue as well as a member of the greater historical University community.Download PDF
Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, with its Interreligious Center, serves as the hub of spiritual life at the University of Chicago, offering diverse religious events and ceremonies on a daily basis, as well as regular interreligious gatherings. In addition, Rockefeller hosts major performing arts and academic events, and serves as the locus for University-wide gatherings and celebrations of many different kinds, including Convocations.Download PDF
Harper Memorial Library, with its elegant Gothic architecture, serves as a campus landmark for many. The first two floors are comprised of classrooms and administrative offices where students attend writing workshops, get help from a tutor, or meet friends and faculty at the Café. Additionally, the Arley D. Cathey Learning Center, a 24-hour hub of College intellectual and social life, supports individual and collaborative learning in a grand setting.Download PDF
Our students are from every corner of the world and from an incredible range of backgrounds. This dynamic environment fuels groundbreaking innovations, conversations, and discussions that reverberate across continents and make UChicago a leading global institutionDownload PDF