The College supports undergraduates as they pursue their academic goals at the University of Chicago. College Advisers help students pursue their academic interests and guide them as they plan a program of study leading to a degree.
“Students in the College draw their encouragement, inspiration, and confidence from excellent teachers. Imaginative teaching and learning are at the heart of our mission,” — John W. Boyer, Dean of the College
For the times when you’re not attending class, prepping for a class, studying for an exam, or sleeping, UChicago provides a wide array of social, cultural, intellectual, and athletic activities to choose from. So if you’re bored, it’s not our fault.
The University provides a number of organizations and programs to support students in the College. Look here for information on campus resources such as tutoring, transportation, and funding your education.
The College has been providing students with a world-class education since the founding of the University of Chicago in 1890. For over 100 years, undergraduates have thrived in an environment that encourages critical inquiry and independent thought.
The Academic Study Skills Assessment Program (ASAP) assists students with improving academic performance through assessment, short term coaching and referral. ASAP addresses a wide range of concerns with respect to study skills including time management, reading effectiveness, test taking, memory and comprehension.
CAAP provides incoming first-year students with a variety of resources to support the transition from high school to life as an undergraduate at the University of Chicago.
A comprehensive peer-based tutoring program designed to provide one-on-one assistance and small group support to undergraduate students in scientific and quantitative subjects, including chemistry, economics, mathematics, statistics, computer science, physics, and biology.
Faculty are an excellent resource of knowledge and experience, while alumni serve as mentors by offering networking opportunities and career advice.
This program connects lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students with out LGBTQ faculty, staff and graduate/professional mentors.
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 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.
With tutors from all disciplines, the University Writing Program can help you improve your paper, no matter what you’re writing about.