Get information about Admitted Students’ Day, financial aid, registration, and more.

Accepting Your Offer

You will need to accept your admissions, pay your deposit, and submit your official transcript by the date included on your admissions notification.

Admitted Students’ Day

All students who have been admitted to the Evening Master's Program (EMP) are invited to attend Admitted Students' Day on November 14, 2017 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at 1871. Admitted students will have the opportunity to hear from faculty and representatives from Academic and Student Affairs and Career Development.


Financial Aid

As a reminder, you can qualify for financial aid as well as merit based scholarships as a part-time student.


If you received a scholarship, you would have received notification about it as part of your acceptance. Please contact the Office of Admissions via email or by calling 773-702-8400 if you have any questions about your scholarship offer.

Financial Aid Applications

If you haven't already done so, you should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible to apply for the Federal Education Loan Program (Federal Perkins Loan, Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan, and Federal Direct PLUS Loan). Alternative (Private) Loans can also be an option for some students.

The UChicago Student Loan Administration (SLA) outlines the application steps and provides other resources about graduate financial aid.

Student IDs

EMP students will receive their ID numbers by email shortly after being accepted to the program. You will need this number to register for your UChicago network access and email (also know as a "CNet ID").

Physical UChicago IDs are not needed for access our facility at 1871. (You will membership at 1871 will provide access.) They will be available if you would like access to any of the UChicago libraries or other campus buildings. Details about obtaining a physical ID will be made available at Orientation.

University Email and Network ID

You will need to set-up your university email and network ID.

Note that in order to access UChicago email, class software, and other network sites from home and at 1871, you will need to install UChicago's VPN software on your computer.

Course Registration

EMP students will be enrolled automatically for their courses each term. You will be asked to confirm your registration by email. Registration for Winter Quarter will occur around December 1. Please keep an eye open for your confirmation email around that time.

Class Schedule

Classes will be offered on Tuesday and Thursday evenings beginning January 4, 2018.

Leadership, Negotiations & Management with John Burrows will be taught on Tuesday nights. Data Analytics I with Anthony Fowler will be taught on Thursday nights.

The Winter term Saturday session has not yet been scheduled, but it is expected to be held either January 27 or February 3. A final date will be confirmed soon.

Membership at 1871

As a student in the Evening Master's Program, you will receive a Night and Weekend Membership to 1871 included as part of your tuition. This will provide access to 1871's facilities, network, co-working space, business services, workshops, and programming. A separate orientation by 1871 will be scheduled soon.

Orientation and Math Prep

Orientation programs will be held Saturday, December 9 and Saturday, December 16, 2017.

Medical Insurance and Proof of Immunization

UChicago requires that all students submit proof of immunization. Please review detailed instructions about immunizations required for enrollment. You will need to complete the necessary forms by December 26, 2017.

In addition, as a student in our Evening Master's Program, you have the option of opting-in for medical coverage if you choose. Information about U-SHIP, the UChicago Student Health Insurance Program, and how to enroll is available on the Student Health and Counseling Services website.


Krisinda Doherty, Program Director for the Evening Master's Program, can provide more information about your next steps for entry into the Evening Master's as well as other requirements, deadlines, and options for financing your education.


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