We are here to help you find and think through ways to meet your goals. Learn more about tuition/billing and explore the options open to you to help meet your financial needs.
Visit the University of Chicago Student Loan Administration site for information regarding loans and financial aid.
Please note: Noncredit students do not qualify for financial aid.
International students may be eligible for alternative loans through a credit worthy U.S co-signer. For more information, view a List of Alternative (Private) Loan Lenders.
Degree students seeking part-time employment on campus can find a variety of postings ranging from tutoring local elementary school students, research, or working in one of the University of Chicago libraries through the University’s Student Job Opportunities listings. International graduate students are eligible for up to 20 hours of student employment on campus during the academic year and full-time employment during breaks.
The University of Chicago is the second largest private employer in Chicago. Ours is a multicultural, international community of more than 20,000 faculty and staff—each supporting UChicago’s mission of inquiry and academic excellence. Visit the jobs website for more information on job descriptions and hiring procedures.
There are two tax credits available to help you offset the costs of your education by reducing your income tax:
1098-T Background Information
For credit courses, your 1098-T form is used by educational institutions to report information about students to the IRS. Information on the form include: student name, address, social security number/ tax identification number, enrollment status, academic status, amount billed/paid for tuition, scholarship or grant amounts, etc.
Noncredit students do not qualify for a 1098-T.
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