There are a number of College offices and organizations that support the teaching, research, and cultural needs of the students, faculty, and staff including:
The Chicago Academic Achievement Program (CAAP) is designed to offer academic, financial, and social support to talented students as they begin their careers at the University of Chicago.
The Center for Teaching and Learning works with both new and experienced instructors to advance their practical and theoretical knowledge of university teaching.
College Admissions is responsible for recruiting the best and brightest individuals to join our community of scholars.
The College Core Tutor Program is a peer-based tutoring program designed to provide one-on-one assistance and small group support to undergraduate students completing the Core requirements.
College IT provides technical support to the faculty and administration of the College of the University of Chicago.
CPO organizes a number of major annual events for undergraduates, including Orientation (O-Week), Taking the Next Step, Venture to Adventure, the College Honor Awards, and Senior Week.
The five collegiate divisions work with the Dean of the College to maintain the balance between a demand for specialization and the need to provide a strong academic foundation for our students.
The FSC provides a host of services, including a gigantic on-site video library, film screenings with visiting filmmakers, and lecture series lead by scholars in the field of cinema and media studies.
This newly opened facility features a 24-hour study space, a late-night café, USITE computers (in the Stuart Reading room to your left as you enter), a library resource desk, and numerous study spaces.
College Aid is available year-round to work with students and their families to develop a plan to pay for college.
The Office of the College Dean, located in Harper Memorial Library, handles the academic and administrative matters for the College.
The Office of the Dean of Students in the College provides academic advising and support to undergraduate students.
Founded in 1915 by a group of University of Chicago faculty members, the Renaissance Society has exhibited the works of Picasso, Matisse, Paschke, Miro, O’Keeffe, Chagall, Warhol, and Mapplethorpe.
The Society of Fellows is an interdisciplinary organization of both senior and junior fellows, dedicated to promoting liberal arts teaching and scholarship.
Whether you want to participate in one of the many programs offered at the University of Chicago’s Center in Paris, or experience life, learning, and cultural immersion in an exciting international city — Berlin, Beijing, Kyoto, Athens, Oaxaca, and Cape Town just to name a few — the Study Abroad program can help get you to where you want to be.
UCIHP provides students with the resources and support to develop a customized portfolio of knowledge, skills, and experiences required for advanced study in the health industry.
Located in the 13th arrondissement, the Center in Paris is the University of Chicago’s research and teaching arm in Europe, an intellectual community of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students representing our traditionally strong ties to European thought and culture.
One of the oldest student-run theaters in the country, UT puts on over thirty-five shows a year, including student written and directed plays, dramatic readings, and full-scale theatrical productions.
With peer tutors from all divisions, the Writing Program assists students improve their written assignments.