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Campus and Student Life is dedicated to helping students, staff, and faculty experience university life at its fullest. We have a profound commitment to the diversity of our community and are focused on creating an environment where you can thrive. Through our wide array of programs and services, we provide opportunities and experiences that build community, help you grow personally and professionally, and create a place that you can call home now and throughout your life.

CSL News

Less than a week after hearing from University of Chicago President Robert Zimmer at an Aims of Athletics event, UChicago student-athletes were visited by another prominent president. Dr. Mark Emmert of the NCAA dropped by the Ratner Athletics Center on Monday afternoon to chat with student-athletes, coaches and staff about developments in collegiate athletics.

This past summer, more than 120 University staff members participated in the Office of LGBTQ Student Life’s training session for their Safe Space program, which strives to create an inclusive environment to support LGBTQ students.

UChicago News

UChicago Careers in Journalism, Arts and Media will host an inaugural daylong event featuring opportunities for UChicago students to interact with prominent practitioners on Friday, Oct. 24, from noon to 7 p.m. at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts.


Karen Warren Coleman, Vice President of Campus Life and Student Services, and Michele Rasmussen, Dean of Students in the University, issued a statement on September 29 about the community values of the University.

Student Disability Services will hold an open house at its new facilities located on the ground floor of the Ellis parking structure at 5501 S. Ellis Ave.  The event will go from 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m., directly following the RISE event, Blake Leeper: My Personal Story

The University of Chicago campus community is invited to the second annual Blues Bowl football game on Saturday, October 4, at noon. Come out to Stagg Field to watch the Maroons take on Rhodes College. Maroon Pride!