Grants & Fellowships
Descriptions of Humanities Division grants and fellowships, including travel and dissertation support.
Graduate Student Affairs | Funding Opportunities
Links to databases of fellowships compiled by Graduate Student Affairs.
New Media Workshop
"The New Media Workshop provides a forum for faculty and graduate students at the University of Chicago to discuss the innovation and obsolescence of media, where these overlapping, asynchronous events are understood through social practices and lived experience. Spurred by the ongoing but always uneven impact of media on everyday life, and the most recent materialization of media as “new” and digital, we explore the historical intersections of technology, culture, politics and aesthetics. The New Media Workshop is committed to fostering critical dialogue on all aspects of mediated experience, and invites participation from across the disciplines."
Mass Culture Workshop
"The Mass Culture Workshop is a forum for recent and ongoing academic research on the historical, theoretical, and practical dimensions of modern mass (commercial, consumer, or popular) media, including cinema, television, journalism, popular music, photography, advertising, fashion, public amusements, and computer technology. While we do consider interpretive problems presented by individual works and different types of mass media, our focus rests on broader questions regarding the key role mass culture plays in the formation of contemporary public spheres. Because the scope of many forms of mass culture extends beyond the boundaries of any one discipline, the Workshop is committed to interdisciplinary work."
Centers and Committees
Libraries and Collections
Film and Film Groups on Campus
General University Resources
Information on tuition and billing policies, dates, balances, refunds, and payment plans.
Career Advising & Planning Services events, employer visits, job postings, and other resources.
Police, Dean on Call, Sexual Assault Dean on Call, Medical, and Counseling Resources.
Family Resource Center
“A welcoming space where families from the university community can access resources, information, and supportive programming and services.”
Grad Student Portal
A large compilation of University resources for all aspects of University, campus, and city life.
Graduate Student Affairs
Another compilation of University resources such as the Academic Exchange, fellowships, and advising.
“Graduate Student Housing provides a wide variety of apartment sizes, designs, and rates.”
Information on buses and shuttles, parking, and alternatives.
Programs, services, and events for all kinds of wellness.
Calendars for past, present, and future quarters and years.
Online collaboration tool for posting course-related documents and assignments, creating discussion boards, and communication between course instructors and students.
Manage your official contact information, see course schedule and grades, order transcripts and enrollment verification, etc.
Dissertation requirements, format information, and many other links.
Information on grants/fellowships, student life, teaching opportunities and professional development.
Homepage for all six campus libraries and all their services.
University policies governing student behavior, internet usage, and grievance reporting.
Personal account information, current courses, grade reports, etc.
Consultations, workshops, and seminars from the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Listing of past, present, and future courses.
Information on arts programs, events, and organizations.
Information on physical education and athletics classes, teams, and facilities.
Community service news, programs, opportunities, and other resources.
Event listing, updated weekly.
Information on religious and spiritual resources, events, programs, and organizations.