The University of Chicago offers a plethora of resources to help you navigate through your second year and beyond. The number of places you can go to enhance your experience can be overwhelming, but the University of Chicago Library, College Programming Office (CPO), and College Center for Scholarly Advancement (CCSA) has your back! Come to the A-Level of the Regenstein Library on Friday April 6th to learn about how these offices can help you on your journey to success:
- Biological Sciences Research Fellowships and Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL)
- Becker Friedman Scholars Program and Kapani Internships
- Clinton Global Initiative University
- Center for Leadership and Involvement
- Chicago Studies
- College Center for Scholary Advancement (National Fellowships & Undergraduate Research)
- College Core Writing Tutors
- Drop In Academic Advising
- English Language Institute Programs
- Global Health Research Fellows Program
- Language Study Programs
- Leadership Alliance
- Institute of Politics
- Mellon Mays Fellows Program
- Neighborhood Schools Project
- Pozen Center for Human Rights
- Regenstein Libraries
- Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Knowledge
- Study Abroad
- University Arts Engagement
In addition to interacting with these offices, consider attending an information session hosted by the University of Chicago Library
Jump-Start Your Research in Your Major | Room A-11 | 3:15-3:45pm
Learn about resources available through the Library to support research in your field of study, including research guides, specialized databases, and subject librarians.
Stay Organized and Cite Right with Zotero | Room A-11 | 3:45-4:15pm
Zotero is a free citation manager that helps you organized your research and create citations and bibliographies in a variety of styles like MLA, APA, and Chicago. Drop by for a brief demo of this great tool that will change the way you do research.
Special Collections Research Center Open House | First Floor | 3:30-4:30pm
Discover the amazing sources available in the Special Collections Research Center for your coursework or research. The open house features examples of the Library's holdings in rare books, manuscripts, and University of Chicago Archives. Special Collections staff will be on hand to answer questions about our collections and the many research possibilities they afford.
Registration is not required, but appreciated. In order to register, please click here!