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Current Students

As a student at the Graham School, you are immersed in the premier academic experience that is the University of Chicago. Become a part of a diverse, thriving community and take advantage of all the opportunities and privileges the Graham School and the University have to offer.

Our student body is composed of all types of students and participants. Explore the categories below to see which you belong to. Why is this important? The University and Graham School extend many opportunities and privileges based on your student category and the courses you take.

You are a noncredit student if you are taking Open Enrollment courses or if you are a single course registrant in a certificate program. Some certificate programs allow an individual to register for one course without formally being accepted into its program.

See the main page of the certificate program to see if this option is available. If you are in a credit certificate program. If your credit certificate program requires you to take non-credit courses, during the time that you are registered only for non-credit courses, the opportunities and privileges that you may access will reflect that of a noncredit certificate student.

  • Medical Physics
  • Quantitative Methods for the Social and Behavior Sciences

You are a noncredit certificate student if you have been accepted into a non-credit certificate program. The exception to this rule is for the Basic and Asian Classics program in which there is no application. You are a degree student if you have been accepted into one of the following degree programs.

  • Master of Arts in Teaching
  • Master of Liberal Arts
  • Master of Science in Analytics
  • Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics 
  • Master of Science in Threat and Response Management

If you are an international student, specific regulations and conditions may apply. Please visit our International page for more information.

Questions about your program or course of study should be directed to your program staff.