Applicants should submit their choice of the??or?*, both of which include the University of Chicago Supplement.?Applicants will also?be prompted to create a?UChicago Account, where they can submit information and view their admissions decision.
*Transfer applicants must apply through the Coalition Application.
Select One of Two Applications
香蕉视频app免次数版下载There are several online application platforms accepted by many colleges and universities. Through the online application platform, you submit basic information about your background, academic profile, and extracurricular activities, as well as a brief personal statement; all of this information can be easily shared with multiple colleges you decide to apply to. If you apply to the University of Chicago, you will also submit two?supplemental essays, which will not be seen by other institutions.
香蕉视频app免次数版下载UChicago accepts the??or??for first-year applicants. We treat both equally in the admissions process. You'll want to pick a single application platform to use, whichever you feel works best for you. Transfer applicants should?use the Coalition Application.
Questions about technical matters related to using one of the consortium applications should be directed, respectively, to the folks at the??or?. Questions about our own requirements should be?directed to us.
In your list of extracurricular activities, you should include whatever it is that you spend your time doing outside of class. ?This could be an official club, team, or competition; a hobby you pursue on your own; a part-time job; a family responsibility; or anything else you do with your time outside of class. Colleges ask for this information not because they have any specific expectation or preference for how you spend your time, but to see what's meaningful, worthwhile, or interesting to you.?We do not require certificates proving participation in activities. If the space provided on the Coalition or Common Application to list all extracurricular and work experiences is not sufficient, you may share further details in the Additional Information section of the application or through your UChicago Account.
香蕉视频app免次数版下载Your personal statement is your chance to present yourself and your ideas in your own words. Through the Coalition or Common Application, your personal statement will be sent to all of the schools you are applying to. As a result, it should not be specific to any one school. Your personal statement should be appropriate for a wide array of audiences and should put your best foot forward. Be sure to proofread and edit your essay, and have someone you trust, like a friend, family member, or counselor, read it over?before submitting it.
The University of Chicago Supplement?requires one extended essay of your choice from our list of several prompts and one short essay on why you would like to attend the University of Chicago. The Supplement is available through the??or?. Transfer applicants must submit an additional essay on why they plan to transfer.
Your UChicago Account
Students may create a UChicago Account before or after beginning the Coalition or Common Application. To create a UChicago Account before you begin working on either application, please visit?getstarted.cor-technology.net. If you begin by working on the Coalition or Common Application, you will receive an email with instructions on how to set up your UChicago Account. When you?sign in to your UChicago Account, you will be able to complete and update your profile, apply for financial aid, upload supplementary materials, and view your admissions decision.