The University of Chicago recognizes the investment that you have in the success of your student and the important role that families play in the College. As a member of the UChicago community, parents are an important partner in supporting student development and academic achievement. This website is designed to serve as a hub for parents, to answer questions you may have and to offer opportunities for you to build your own UChicago experience. If you cannot find what you are looking for or have other questions, please feel free to contact us anytime.

Latest News and Announcements

The Autumn Edition of the Parent Connection Newsletter has Arrived

Each quarter the College publishes a newsletter of events, stories, and interviews that we call the Parent Connection.  The autumn quarter edition is now available online.  Just visit the Parent Newsletters and Publications page of our website.  This quarter's edition includes information to help you make decision about student health insurance, the autumn quarter Harper Lecture Series schedule, and reading list recommendations from UChicago faculty.

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Register for Family Weekend Online

Family Weekend will take place from October 24-26, 2014. Parents planning to attend the event this year may register online now through October 19th. While you are visiting the Family Weekend website, make sure to also check out the schedule of events.

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Now Is a Good Time to Double-Check Your Contact Information

Now is a great time for families to double-check your contact information on file with the University.  In addition to emergency situations, the College uses this information to make you aware of other important information and events.  Students are the only people who can update this information in their student record, so we encourage you to look at this information together to ensure that we have your most current mailing and email addresses and phone number.  Students can make updates in their student portal at my.uchicago.

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