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  • Orientation | The University of Chicago
    Orientation news and announcements Important Dates for Orientation 2015 AlcoholEdu Placement Tests July 6th August 26th International Pre Orientation September 17th 19th Move In Class Day September 20th Opening Day September 21st Family Orientation September 21st Welcome Class of 2019 On behalf of the College we would like to welcome you and your family to the University of Chicago At UChicago Orientation commonly referred to as O Week is a long standing tradition Over the course of this eight day program students will get better aquainted with all that the College has to offer while making new friends and settling into their new community Special programs for parents and families exciting events and trips throughout the city make O Week a transformative experience for everyone and we couldn t be happier to share this tradition with you This website is designed as a go to source of information for undergraduates entering the College Check back often for announcements and updates that will be posted throughout the summer If you have additional questions feel free to contact us For information regarding orientation for entering graduate or professional school students please visit the Graduate Student Affairs website Latest News and Announcements RSS Meet Your New Classmates The College offers incoming students two great ways to meet classmates before arriving on campus for Orientation First make sure to join the Class of 2019 Facebook group Once you make your request an administrator will verify your affiliation and grant you access You can use this group for questions announcements or to meet other people in your area Read the full post Mailings from the College In the spring both students and parents receive a welcome mailing from the College providing pertinent Orientation dates and other timely information and over the summer receive information from

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  • O-Week | Orientation | The University of Chicago
    Chicago a unique destination for students from around the world This eight day series of events programs and meetings provides new students with an in depth overview of how the College works Important parts of O Week include registration for classes overviews of the various academic disciplines and meetings with faculty academic advisers and fellow students O Week however isn t all business We have a lot of fun too During the week students explore the city of Chicago the neighborhood of Hyde Park and get to know the other students in their College House Your journey through O Week will be guided by our amazing staff of O Aides current students who will assist you with everything from moving into your Residence Hall to registering for classes If you have any questions throughout the course of the week feel free to ask one of the O Aides or contact the College Programming Office The information in this section of the website is designed to provide you with an overview of O Week including access to the O Book your schedule and guide through Orientation Week Keep checking back throughout the summer for updates and additional information about Move In

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  • Information for Incoming Students | Orientation | The University of Chicago
    transfer student you should take the time to thoroughly read through the information on this site You can also track all of your personalized information on the student portal my uchicago edu beginning on May 1st We have an exciting Orientation Week planned for you and our staff of over 200 Orientation Aides are busy preparing for your arrival Should you have any questions over the course of the summer

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  • Your First Year in the College | Orientation | The University of Chicago
    Majors Preparing for Health Professions BIOS 20170 through BIOS 20175 This integrated six course sequence explores the molecular cellular organismal and biochemical properties of living systems It is designed to prepare students who do not intend to major in biology for graduate study in the health professions The sequence begins in the first year with BIOS 20170 Human Cell Biology in the Winter Quarter and both BIOS 20171 Human Genetics and Developmental Biology and BIOS 20172 Mathematical Modeling for Pre Med Students I in the Spring Quarter In the second year the sequence continues with BIOS 20175 Biochemistry and Nutrition and BIOS 20174 Mathematical Modeling for Pre med Students II in the Autumn Quarter and concludes with BIOS 20173 Human Physiology in the Winter Quarter BIOS 20172 must be taken concurrently with BIOS 20171 in the Spring Quarter of the first year and BIOS 20173 must be taken concurrently with BIOS 20175 Biochemistry and Nutrition in the Autumn Quarter of the second year This sequence is open to first year students and cannot be applied toward a major in Biological Sciences It does not require BIOS 20150 and BIOS 20151 as prerequisites Civilization Studies The following civilization sequences are particularly suitable for first year students Colonizations Gender Sexuality in World Civilizations History of European Civilization History of Western Civilization America in World Civilization Ancient Mediterranean World Music in Western Civilization and Ancient Empires Students with appropriate backgrounds who are considering other civilization sequences should discuss their choices with their advisers Refer to Civilization Studies for a complete list of courses that meet the general education requirement in civilization studies Students should plan to complete this requirement by the end of their second year in the College unless they are planning to participate in one of the study abroad programs that feature civilization studies For course descriptions see the College Catalog For descriptions of study abroad programs visit the College s Study Abroad website Dramatic Musical and Visual Arts These courses provide an introduction to methods for analyzing comprehending and appreciating works of dramatic musical or visual art by examining their formal vocabularies and how these vocabularies are used to create meaning This objective is met either by the intensive study of selected masterpieces or by producing original works of art creative writing drama music or performance For course decriptions see Dramatic Musical and Visual Arts in the General Education section of The College Catalog Languages Students in the College are required to possess understanding of more than one culture and to demonstrate competence in a language other than English The language competence requirement must be met by demonstrating reading writing and where appropriate listening and speaking skills equivalent to one year of college level study For information about which languages are currently being taught and which may be used to meet the language competence requirement visit timeschedules uchicago edu Majors such as English Language Literature Classical Studies Fundamentals Latin American Studies and International Studies require language study beyond the first year language sequences For information about other majors that may require additional language study please visit the Programs of Study section in The College Catalog Students pursuing language study beyond the first year are eligible for our quarter long intensive language programs abroad NOTE Entry into some courses may require written faculty or departmental permission Mathematical Sciences These courses develop the powers of formal reasoning through use of precise artificial languages found in mathematics computer science statistics or formal logic They present broadly applicable techniques for formulating analyzing and solving problems and for evaluating proposed solutions Only courses beyond the level of precalculus may be used to meet the mathematical sciences requirement Students must first register for MATH 10500 Fundamental Mathematics I or place into MATH 13100 Elementary Functions and Calculus I MATH 15100 Calculus I MATH 16100 Honors Calculus I or MATH 11200 Studies in Mathematics I before taking any of the courses below Placement in mathematics courses depends on your performance on a required mathematics placement test or calculus accreditation exam Review the Mathematics Program Placement description in The College Catalog for more information Students must meet the Mathematical Sciences requirement with the first two quarters of a calculus sequence if they are preparing for the health professions or if they anticipate majors in the physical or biological sciences economics psychology or public policy studies Other restrictions may apply Students should consult their College adviser or departmental counselor about course choices CMSC 10200 Introduction to Programming for the World Wide Web II 100 CMSC 10500 10600 Fundamentals of Computer Programming I II 200 CMSC 11000 11100 Multimedia Programming as an Interdisciplinary Art I II 200 CMSC 12100 12200 Computer Science with Applications I II 200 CMSC 15100 15200 Introduction to Computer Science I II 200 CMSC 16100 16200 Honors Introduction to Computer Science I II 200 MATH 11200 11300 Studies in Mathematics I and Studies in Mathematics II 200 MATH 13100 13200 Elementary Functions and Calculus I II 200 MATH 15100 15200 Calculus I II 200 MATH 16100 16200 Honors Calculus I II 200 STAT 20000 Elementary Statistics 100 Statistics AP credit score of 4 or 5 Calculus BC AP credit score of 5 or placement into MATH 15300 through placement test Calculus BC AP credit score of 4 or placement into MATH 15200 through placement test Calculus AB AP credit score of 5 or placement into MATH 15200 through placement test MATH 13100 Elementary Functions and Calculus I MATH 15100 Calculus I and MATH 16100 Honors Calculus I may be used to meet the mathematical sciences requirement only if MATH 13200 Elementary Functions and Calculus II MATH 15200 Calculus II or MATH 16200 Honors Calculus II is also taken Statistics AP credit may not be used in combination with a calculus course with STAT 20000 Elementary Statistics or with STAT 22000 Statistical Methods and Applications Natural Sciences See also the Biological Sciences and the Physical Sciences course listings on this website NTSC 10100 10200 10300 10400 Evolution

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  • Getting to Know Chicago | Orientation | The University of Chicago
    Search Search As a student at the University of Chicago you re not just a Maroon you re also a Chicagoan now You may not yet know much about your new home away from home but you re sure to find out what makes this University and this city such a world class destination Chicago is much more than just the Windy City It is a city of neighborhoods each rich in diversity and tradition Here you will find majestic architecture cutting edge arts music and cuisine and a vibrant University pushing boundaries in every area of study We invite you to take some time to learn more about the history of the University of Chicago to become familiar with campus acronyms and to prepare for a taste of this great American city Throughout the summer we ll also be adding some of our picks for great restaurants information about activities in the city and more fun stuff to get you excited about your arrival on campus From all of us welcome to Chicago Orientation Quick Links O Week Schedule Move In Day Information Hotel Information Directions and Parking my UChicago Student Portal Placement Tests Computing Email and ID Cards

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  • Campus Resources | Orientation | The University of Chicago
    St 773 702 8616 College Dean of Students Academic Advising 1116 E 59th St 773 702 8615 My UChicago Student Portal UChicago Card Office Regenstein Library Lobby 773 702 3344 College Admissions 1101 E 58th St 773 702 8650 Student Health 860 E 59th St R 100 773 702 4156 Computing Support Line 773 702 5800 Office of the Bursar Bookstore 3rd Fl 773 702 800 Office of College Aid 1115 E 58th St 773 702 8666 Student Loan Administration Bookstore 4th Fl 773 702 6061 Office of the Registrar 1427 E 60th St 773 702 7891 College Housing 6030 S Ellis Ave 773 702 7366 Career Advancement 1212 E 59th St 773 702 7040 Center for Leadership and Involvement 5706 S University Ave 773 702 8787 Physical Education and Athletics 5530 S Ellis Ave 773 702 7684 University Community Service Center 5525 S Ellis Ave 773 753 4483 Office of Multicultural Student Affairs 5710 S Woodlawn Ave 773 834 4672 Office of LGBTQ Student Life 5710 S Woodlawn Ave 773 702 5710 Student Disability Services 5801 S Ellis Ave 773 702 8473 Spiritual Life 1212 E 59th St 773 702 2100 Parent and Family Information 1116 E 59th St

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  • Information for Parents and Families | Orientation | The University of Chicago
    programs and services the College has to offer The rest of this website offers a lot of information for your student including things to do before their arrival on campus We hope that you will offer support for them through this process while ensuring that they take the personal responsibility to complete each step themselves You will find that the mantra of developing these sorts of life skills and independence is an important expectation at UChicago We also hope that you will join us for Family Orientation occuring on the Monday of O Week for an overview of University resources important programs and a truly memorable introduction to your student s academic career You should also ensure that you have read through our Summer Mailing for Parents for information about resources and offices that will be important throughout your student s time in the College As a parent or family member of a UChicago student you are considered part of the extended UChicago community We hope you will take advantage of the many opportunities we offer to engage with the faculty staff students and alumni on campus and around the world In addition to the information on this site you

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  • Contact Us | Orientation | The University of Chicago
    Email college programming uchicago edu Phone 773 702 8616 Address 1116 East 59th Street HM 152 Chicago IL 60637 Hours of operation Monday Friday 9 00 A M to 5 00 P M Central Time If you have specific questions regarding the Orientation program or year round co curricular programming and support for students please contact Régine Desruisseaux Enuson Director of Class Programs Régine Desruisseaux Enuson Director of Class Programs College Programming Office Email rdesruis uchicago edu Phone 773 834 8961 Address 1116 East 59th Street HM 152 Chicago IL 60637 Hours of operation Monday Friday 9 00 A M to 5 00 P M Central Time If you have specific questions regarding parent and family programs during Orientation student services ways to get involved with the College or other issues of concern please contact Matthew Hendricks Associate Director for Parent and Family Relations Matthew Hendricks Associate Director for Parent and Family Relations College Programming Office Email mhendricks uchicago edu Phone 773 834 8805 Address 1116 East 59th Street HM 152 Chicago IL 60637 Hours of operation Monday Friday 9 00 A M to 5 00 P M Central Time Additional sites of interest The College College Housing Campus Student

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