The College curriculum in general and liberal education introduces students to the University’s scholarly values and fosters rigorous habits of mind that empower students to pursue their life-long learning goals and aspirations. A wide range of singular majors, minors, and areas of specialization defines students’ intellectual development.
Resident Deans Larry and Cathe McEnerney share residence hall traditions with incoming students
Both online and on stage, Terrarium encourages first-years to collaborate, think critically
Career Advancement empowers UChicago undergraduates of all interests and backgrounds to apply their world-class education to a fulfilling career. Students have access to personalized career advising, thousands of opportunities to gain skills and experience, and connections with top organizations across a variety of industries.
Student organizations and activities that fulfill personal interests while fostering inclusion.
Our residence halls are home to 39 Houses, communities of affiliated faculty, staff, and students who live, learn, eat, debate, and have fun together. These halls are important social and intellectual outlets where spontaneous conversation and structured programming enrich the academic pursuits of students and faculty alike. Traditions unique to each House and hall foster fellowship and pride among residents and forge connections between current students and House alumni.
Our Houses are far more than places to live at UChicago—they are places to thrive.
In Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East, UChicago undergraduate students live the life of the mind, one great city at a time.