The University of Chicago
Who We Are
University of Chicago (The University of Chicago referred UChi) is a United States Chicago, Illinois, private, coeducational, non-sectarian research university, in 1891 by John D. Rockefeller founded October 1, 1892 officially commenced. University of Chicago is one of America's most prestigious universities, faculty and students have a total of 89 Nobel Prize.
Making a differenceOur research, conversations, and aspirations are shaped by, and contribute to, the great city of Chicago
Crossing bordersUniversity of Chicago ideas and people cross more than academic discipline—they transcend languages and nations
Enriching human lifeUniversity of Chicago faculty produce ideas that matter—and change lives in Chicago and beyond
An intellectual destinationThis is a community of creative, demanding, inspired scholars who debate and collaborate to enrich human life through their work
Logan Center, Seminar Terrace 801
Logan Center, Performance Penthouse 901
Regenstein Library, Room 122A-B
6:00 p.m.–6:00 a.m.
International House, Home Room
Nicholsob Center Faculty Lecture: Talking to the Dead: The Uses of the Dead to the Living with Frances Ferguson
Classics Building, Room 110