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 life of the University. 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. While much of the information on this site is geared toward parents of undergraduate students, parents of graduate students will find information and resources here as well.  If you cannot find what you are looking for or have other questions, please feel free to contact us anytime.

Latest News and Announcements

This Fall's Pre-Orientation Programs Announced

This fall the College will offer five Pre-Orientation programs for incoming students in the Class of 2019. Each program offers a unique opportunity to engage with fellow classmates and begin the transition process into the University just a little bit eariler. Visit the Pre-Orientation Programs page on the Orientation website to learn more.

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UChicago's Model UN Team Tops the National Rankings

Congratuations to the University of Chicago's Model United Nations Team for ranking as the top team in North America for the second consecutive year. The team picked up numerous awards this year at competitions across the country, edging out top teams like Georgetown and Harvard. You can read more about their achievements here.

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Congratulations to Students Admitted to the Class of 2019!

From everyone in the College, congratulations to those students admitted through early action to the Class of 2019. For students and families looking to get started on some early planning, information about New Student Orientation can be found on our Orientation Website, http://orientation.uchicago.edu. You can also find information about Family Weekend 2015 at http://familyweekend.uchicago.edu.

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