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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.


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The Arts & Innovation speaker series is a new partnership between the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts and the Chicago Innovation Exchange that explores the possibilities for collaboration and reciprocity between the arts and business worlds.

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Renowned artist and UChicago faculty member Theaster Gates will lead a new partnership between UChicago's Arts + Public Life initiative and the Harris School of Public Policy, which will bring together artists, policymakers, faculty, and students to design and implement new approaches to urban development.

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The Graduate Council is the branch of Student Government that represents the needs and concerns of graduate students across every school and division. It provides a place for students to voice their needs, and supports grad-focused events and initatives and travel to academic conferences and professional meetings.


Karen Warren Coleman, Vice President of Campus Life and Student Services, and Michele Rasmussen, Dean of Students in the University, issued a statement on February 4 in response to a BuzzFeed article that revealed offensive emails attributed to individuals who have been or are students at the University of Chicago and are affiliated with a fraternity.

Health Promotion and Wellness is launching a campus-wide confidential survey on February 11 about how students are handling University life and how well their mental and emotional health needs are being met. If you are randomly selected to participate in the survey, you will receive an email from

Students are invited to provide feedback on the development and implementation of the 2016 Climate Survey during several upcoming Climate Survey Forums. Click here to view the dates and times of the forums.