- COVID-19 Campus Updates
- Student Counseling
- Student Disability Services
- Food security resources for students
- The Office of Spiritual Life is offering regular programming and opportunities to meet online: meditation, virtual living room, coffee and chai chats, and a Wednesday Harry Potter reading series (Harry Potter and Sacred Texts). The events are throughout the day in real time.
- College Center for Research and Fellowships (CCRF) advises students on research opportunities, grants, and national fellowships
- Center for Identity + Inclusion and their campus partners continue to offer programming and resources
- Working Remotely (general resources for working remotely)
- The University of Chicago provides comprehensive resources for students here.
- The College site for Spring Quarter 2020 includes a wide range of information including on academics and academic advising.
- College students experiencing financial challenges should see the guidance from the College. Graduate students can contact their dean of students and also consult the Bursar’s Office website.
- The Bursar’s Office offers Emergency Assistance Programs for students.
- Learn how to access library resources from off-campus.
- UChicagoGRAD offers a wide range of individual advising, webinars, and other resources for graduate students and postdocs.
- Many of the Council on Advanced Studies Workshops will continue to meet virtually through the Spring Quarter, giving graduate students a chance to present and receive feedback on their ongoing research.
If you have additional questions about general resources, please Contact Us.
Opportunities for Learning Outside the Classroom
There are many online resources for learning outside of your classes and more will be developed in the coming weeks and months.
Be sure to take advantage of the library’s terrific resources. Specifically:
- UChicago Library Online Services Guide provides information on librarian services, workshops, information sessions, instruction and more
- UChicago Library E-Resources offers access to digital books, journals, newspapers, and guidance on how to find other digital materials
- UChicago Special Collections Resource Guide includes information on the University’s photographic archive, available digitized collections, and manuscripts among others
Campus Museums are offering virtual tours of exhibits and collections and access to archival material.
- The Oriental Institute Online provides opportunities to explore the collections, view exhibits, and browse digital publications
- The Smart Museum At Home offers virtual visits, digital resources, artist interviews, and more all designed to foster continued inquiry
Spring 2020 Events and Ways to Engage
- On Botany Pond features a live webcam and includes information about Botany Pond’s history
- UChicago Virtual Events provides a central place to find opportunities to learn and engage with the entire University
- The College launches a new webpage for Virtual Programming with a wide range of virtual activities including lectures and conversations, dance labs and other activities in and beyond UChicago.
- Virtual UChicago Arts includes an outstanding line-up of performances and other opportunities to engage in our arts community throughout the spring.
- Stay tuned for the online trans-media game, A Labyrinth. More information will be released on April 6th.
- Rockefeller Memorial Chapel: Enjoy carillon recordings, reflections from the Dean of the Chapel, and explore the Chapel virtually
Podcasts, Recorded Lectures, and Online Publications
- UChicago Podcast Network: Big Brains; Knowledge Applied; Capitalisn’t; Open Stacks; and more
- UChicago YouTube Channel: Lectures, faculty interviews, and more related content
- Special Collections Research Center: Dozens of past exhibits have been archived and made available for online viewing
- Robert and Anne Gomer Lecture Series: The Spring Gomer Lectures have been postponed, but past recorded lectures are available here
- Chicago Booth Review
- Harper Lecture YouTube Channel: Expanding archive of the Alumni Association’s Harper Lecture Series, including the most recent virtual lectures
- UChicago Presents Greenroom: Archived performances, interviews with musicians, and more
Divisions, Schools, College, and Institutes
Many academic units have archived lectures and discussions that can be accessed on their YouTube Channels and Playlists; see below for a partial list:
- Humanities Division: Humanities Day Lectures and Keynotes, Bross Lectures, Berlin Lectures, and others archived
- Social Sciences Division: John Hope Franklin Lecture Series, interviews with faculty, talks, and more
- The Law School: Coase Lectures in Law and Economics, Dewey Lectures in Law and Philosophy, discussions, recent lectures, and more.
- Oriental Institute: OI lectures, Gallery and Exhibit information, Digitized Archival footage and more
- Becker Friedman Institute: offers archived lectures and interviews as well as a working paper series
- Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation Research Paper Series: A working paper series that provides a forum to disseminate early-stage and under peer review research
- Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society: Director’s Lectures, past exhibitions, and virtual tour and information for the current gallery exhibit, “Apsáalooke Women and Warriors”