Admissions Resources

Below, you will find additional materials designed to help you explore the opportunities and resources available to you at Harris, inlcuding information about career placement, funding and life in Chicago. For more detailed information about our degrees and programs of study, please download our viewbook.

Policy Area Guide (pdf)
The Policy Area Guide provides a synopsis of employer data, available coursework and research for each major policy area represented at Chicago Harris (Child & Family, Cultural, Public Finance, Education, Energy, Global Security, Health, International, Politics, Program Evaluation, Social, and Urban). Please note: These are not declared academic concentrations.

Skills & Employment Guide (pdf)
The Skills & Employment Guide offers an exhaustive list of job titles, key skill sets and Chicago Harris employment data by policy area.

Third Party Funding Guide (pdf)
The Third Party Funding Guide is a resource for current and prospective students at Chicago Harris who are seeking scholarships, fellowships and other sources of financial assistance. The Guide offers an exhaustive list of more than 100 funding opportunities. Funding sources are organized into three categories available to all students: domestic sources, international sources and universal sources.

This is UChicago (pdf)
This document provides a detailed look into the University of Chicago, our faculty, our students, our alumni, and campus life.

Hyde Park Brochure (pdf)
The Hyde Park Brochure offers a snapshot of what life is like in Hyde Park. Hyde Park is an amazing neighborhood in Chicago, and offers residents a tremendous opportunity to experience the city in a variety of ways.