UChicago Resources

  • Slavic and East European Collection at the University of Chicago Library The U of C Slavic and East European collections contain over 588,500 volumes.
  • Center for the Study of Languages The CSL provides support for language learning across an array of academic disciplines, especially in the language, linguistics, literature, and civilization programs of the Division of Humanities and the growing number of Title VI area studies centers.
  • Smart Museum of Art As the art museum of the University of Chicago, the David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art promotes the understanding of the visual arts.
  • Film Studies Center The Film Studies Center (FSC) is a comprehensive support center for Committee on Cinema and Media Studies (CMS), providing an ideal site for students and faculty to explore film and other media.
  • Intensive Summer Language Study Earn up to a year's worth of university credit this summer in our intensive language sequences. Courses are offered in the following languages of the CEERES region in 2007: Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Czech, Greek (Classical/Attic), Persian, Polish, Russian, and Turkish.
  • Center for International Studies CIS’ primary mission is to coordinate and facilitate the activities of five Area Studies Centers, two regional committees, and an interdisciplinary Human Rights Program.
  • Committee on Central Eurasian Studies In the spring of 2002, University of Chicago faculty and staff representing a variety of disciplines jointly initiated the Committee on Central Eurasian Studies.
  • Center for East Asian Studies The Center for East Asian Studies (CEAS) works to enhance the opportunities available to scholars both here and abroad and to foster communication and cross-disciplinary collaboration among the community of students and professors at the University of Chicago and throughout the wider East Asian Studies community.
  • Center for Latin American Studies Established in 1968 to coordinate University interests in research and teaching on Latin America, the University of Chicago's Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) has evolved to become a locus for intellectual exchange and innovation in Latin American studies.
  • Center for Middle Eastern Studies The study of the region extending from Morocco to Kazakhstan since the rise of Islam is coordinated, encouraged, and stimulated at the University of Chicago by the Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES).
  • South Asia Language and Area Center The University of Chicago ranks among the world's leading centers for South Asian Studies.
  • South Asia Language Resource Center South Asia is one of the most linguistically diverse areas of the world with four language families comprised of more than 650 individual languages.
  • Katz Center for Mexican Studies The University named its Mexican studies program the Friedrich Katz Center for Mexican Studies, in honor of Katz, one of the world's leading scholars of Mexican history.
  • Nicholson Center for British Studies The University of Chicago is a center of remarkable strength in British Studies broadly conceived.
  • Franke Institute for the Humanities The Franke Institute for the Humanities is both an idea and a place. Conceptually, it represents the highest research and teaching ambitions of the University of Chicago.
  • International House International House of Chicago, founded in 1932 by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. is a dynamic program center and residence for 500 advanced undergraduates, graduate students and interns from over fifty countries including the United States.
  • UChicago GRAD is a one-stop shop of integrated services to help graduate students and postdocs navigate their academic and professional careers
  • Career Advising and Planning Services The Career Advising and Planning Office is here to guide arts and sciences undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, and post-docs in career development. They also serve as the pathway for employers recruiting our students.
  • Office of International Affairs The Office of International Affairs is a clearinghouse of resources for all international visitors to the University of Chicago, as well as for U of C faculty, staff and students intending to go abroad or administering any documentation for international scholars on campus.
  • The Graham School of General Studies In the Chicago area, the University of Chicago's Graham School has provided university-quality educational programs to interested adults for over one hundred years.
  • Study Abroad For an increasing number of students in the College, a period of serious study abroad has become an essential and valued part of their Chicago education.
  • Global Engagement A resource for faculty, students, and staff on the University of Chicago's many international programs.