You've been admitted—now what? Take the next steps to complete your enrollment.
Step Four: Complete the Enrollment Checklist
All admissions reviews are conducted with unofficial transcripts. All admitted students must provide an official transcript showing the conferral of your undergraduate degree, the date of conferral, and your area of study. Official transcripts must be sent directly from the institution granting the degree. If transcripts are being sent electronically, please instruct your institution to send it through the e-transcript service at email@example.com.
Alternatively, you may request your official paper transcript in the original school sealed envelope to be sent by USPS first-class mail or express shipping to:
The University of Chicago Professional Education
455 North Cityfront Plaza Drive, Suite 950
Chicago, IL 60611
If you are interested in financial aid to help finance your graduate education, you can work with the University of Chicago’s Graduate Aid office. As a newly admitted student, you are eligible to begin working with a financial aid representative. View instructions on applying for funding.
GSAL students do not qualify for financial aid.
The University’s electronic emergency mass notification system enables University officials to provide notifications and updates to enrollees prior to, during, or after an emergency. Sign up for cAlert.
In order to obtain a visa and enter the US with the correct status, you must obtain a certificate of eligibility: Form I-20 (F-1) or DS-2019 (J-1). Please visit the Office of International Affairs for additional information.
Individual programs may have additional tasks to complete such as pre-enrollment course requirements, webinars, and orientation events. Program staff will notify you via email.
Resources for Current Students
As a student, you are welcome to take advantage of many of the world-class resources and services the University has to offer.