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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

UChicago News

Sarah Wake, Title IX coordinator for the University and associate provost & director of the Office for Equal Opportunity Programs, recently spoke with UChicago News about the University’s ongoing commitment to addressing issues related to sexual misconduct—a category that includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual abuse, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking. Michele Rasmussen, dean of students in the University, spoke about her role in overseeing the student-specific processes in place for the enforcement of University policies concerning sexual misconduct involving students.

UChicago News

For more than three decades Chapin Hall has been improving the well-being of children, families, and their communities through rigorous academic research and innovative partnerships with state agencies and nonprofit organizations.

UChicago News

Marlon Lynch, associate vice president for Safety, Security, and Civic Affairs, recently accepted a new position as New York University’s vice president for global campus safety. Lynch and Fountain Walker, chief of police for the University of Chicago Police Department, recently sat down with UChicago News to give an overview of UCPD processes and procedures.

Announcements

The annual event being held September 24-25 features the finest artists in local, national, and international jazz and celebrates jazz's legacy and bright future on Chicago's South Side.
 

Student Health and Counseling Services is hosting several wellness iniatives that can support students throughout the Autumn Quarter.

Join the campus community for free food, music, and games, and explore University resources and programs, at a Block Party on September 23 from noon to 3 p.m. at 57th and Woodlawn.