The University of Chicago has a 215-acre campus located in the Hyde Park community on Chicago’s South Side and a smaller campus in the heart of downtown Chicago that houses Chicago Booth’s Gleacher Center. The following map resources can help you find your way around our campuses, locate a building or explore Chicago.
Learn more about the University of Chicago’s campus and its many attractions experience our local community and explore the greater city of Chicago using the resources listed below.
University & Public Transportation
Get to where you need to go using University or public transportation. The resources and tools available below will help you find the transportation you need to navigate campus and greater community.
Driving and Parking
No matter where you are coming from or which campus you’re visiting, the University provides resources to help you get there.
Bicycling & Alternate transportation
Bicycling and alternative forms of transportation can save money and be better for you and the environment. The resources below include city of Chicago and University bike resources and information on several University programs for those who use alternate transportation.
Learn more about what projects are going on around campus that may affect your route around campus or your commute to work. You can also check the most accessible routes around campus for accessible paths and ADA Accessible Entrances.