Student life might be very Hyde Park-based: revolving around solo and group study at the Regenstein Library, discussing new research with students and faculty in workshop meetings, and social meetings with friends at related coffee shops, restaurants, and bars around campus. You might decide to live elsewhere, in another of Chicago’s many diverse and interesting neighborhoods. You might decide to locate your research somewhere in Chicago. Wherever you choose spend your time, both Hyde Park and Chicago at large offer many interesting intellectual and cultural experiences.
Campus Life: This page links to resources and information on student activities, dining, student government, bookstores and libraries, the arts, diversity, religion, and athletics.
Chicago Studies and Life in Chicago: This page links to resources on Chicago’s rich variety of neighborhoods, ways to engage the city through life and research, food, parks and nature, tours, museums, transportation, and related Chicago city resources.
Moving to Chicago: This page links to a variety of resources, including housing, family resources, and city life.