Chicago – A Great Place to Live, Learn and Explore

Chicago offers students a wealth of life-changing experiences. Our students are influenced and inspired by how different cultures, ethnicities, lifestyles and perspectives converge, blend and thrive in the city.

Chicago is home to 7,300 restaurants, 53 museums, award-winning theater, Millennium Park and an array of hotels, event venues and convention centers. It truly offers something for every interest and lifestyle.

Explore entertainment, demographics, dining and much more at Chicago City Guide and Chicago Living.

Getting Around

Chicago is easy to access via bus or train. See the links below for more information:

Chicago Public Transportation

Concerts, Events and Nightlife

Chicago is famous for all different types of music. In the summer, students can attend neighborhood festivals just about every weekend.

Student Housing

Our student housing is located close to many forms of public transportation, enabling students to get around the city with ease.

Sports and Recreation

Chicago is home to several sports teams, passionate fans and a 2013 Stanley Cup victory. Students can also particpate in a variety of intramural sports teams.

Parks, Beaches and Farmers Markets

Chicago is located on Lake Michigan, making it easy for students to stroll the shoreline, play some volleyball, or bike or jog along scenic Lake Shore Drive.

Check Out Chicago:

Adler Planetarium    Chicago Architecture Foundation    
Chicago Blackhawks     Chicago Bulls 
Chicago Cubs  Chicago White Sox 
John Hancock Observatory  Lincoln Park Zoo 
Millennium Park  Museum of Contemporary Art 
Museum of Science and Industry       Sears Tower Sky Deck 
Shedd Aquarium   The Art Institute of Chicago 
The Field Museum  The Notebaert Nature Museum 


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