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If you have a question or problem, your College Adviser is a good place to start to find the solution.
This facility (formerly Harper Library Commons) features a 24-hour study space, a late-night cafe, USITE computers (in the North Reading room – to your left as you enter), a library resource desk, and numerous study spaces.
From our intercollegiate teams – "Go Maroons!" – to our intramural contests, to your own personal fitness goals, athletic opportunities abound at the University of Chicago. The Department of Physical Education and Athletics covers all the options, including information on the student sports clubs.
The Office of Sustainability recently launched "ReCycles," a pilot program providing 20 bikes in 4 locations for use by the students, faculty, and staff.
There are three main bookstores on or near campus, including the University Bookstore (run by Barnes & Noble) and the famed Seminary Co-op.
If you haven’t already done so, sign up for emergency alerts on the cAlert system. You can ask for alerts to be sent to your email, cell phone, home telephone, or even a pager.
The housing site contains information for on-campus living and dining services. Most houses in the residence halls have their own home pages as well.
If you're looking for parking or an unfamiliar building, the campus map page can help. The Maps main page offers even more map goodness.
Looking for a summer job, and internship, or career advice? Look no further.
IT Services publishes a guide for new students (it’s useful for returning students as well) describing the computing and phone services available, as well as security and privacy guidelines. If you live on campus, Residential Computing supplies your desktop support using a skilled group of Resident Computing Assistants (RCAs).
The Office of LGBTQ Student Life is the hub for all LGBTQ student life at the university. The office serves LGBTQ and ally students in order to create an inclusive and safe community, providing educational, social, and professional opportunities and resources.
The University Library includes the collections in six library sites, including Crerar and the Regenstein, among others.
This is the place to go when you need to buy (or sell) pretty much anything (including used text books).
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) strives to further the success of students of color and as well as promote an inclusive community at the University of Chicago.
There is a large and diverse spiritual community on campus, and the Religion on the Quads site serves as the nexus to all of them.
Student Health and Counseling Services addresses the health and wellness needs of University of Chicago students via three units:
This site tells you all you need to know about the bus routes and parking policies on campus.