As of Autumn 2015, the University of Chicago is strengthening its language offerings by being an active member of the CIC CourseShare initiative. This initiative allows students within the CIC--the fourteen Big Ten schools and the University of Chicago--to enroll in selected courses offered at other institutions. This expands the number of courses offered to our students, while also strengthening enrollment in our least commonly taught languages.
|Language, Level||Instructor||Receiving Institution(s)|
|Polish, Advanced||Kinga Kosmala||Northwestern, Rutgers|
|Catalan, Accelerated||Alba Girons Masot||Minnesota|
|Language, Level||Teaching Institution(s)|
If you need to take a language course not offered here at the university, you can view the list of available CourseShare courses here. To register for a course, you must get permission from your advisor and fill out a petition. You can download the petition here.
Please see the list of potentially shared courses at the top of this page. If you are interested in any of these courses: find the scheduled meeting time in the UChicago Time Schedules, fill out the Remote Student Interest Form, and get permission from your department chair.
Shared language courses taught by the University of Chicago use the Zoom conferencing software, enabling remote students to join from a personal computer. It is free, though an ethernet connection and a headset microphone may be necessary.