The University of Chicago offers a rich array of summer learning opportunities for students of all ages through the Graham School.

High school students can live and work as undergraduates at the University, studying subjects such as law, writing, economics, and cutting-edge biological research, or even study abroad in Greece or participate in a paleontological dig. Visiting students from other colleges and universities can also study on-campus during the summer, taking advantage of the University’s intensive language courses and other regular undergraduate course offerings. For adult students, the School offers noncredit courses, lectures, and events downtown. No matter what your interests are or where you wish your goals to take you, we are certain you can find myriad possibilities to enrich your summer at the Graham School.