Life in Chicago
Your story begins today. Put yourself in the Chicago Semester experience and explore what your life could look like in the Windy City.
Who are we?
The mission of Chicago Semester is to provide urban, experiential education from a Christian perspective that equips students for integrated personal, professional, and public lives.
You will live in the heart of the city of Chicago, completely immersing yourself in a global urban environment as you navigate the benefits and complexities of city life.
You will take courses for academic credit that foster engagement in issues significant to the city and allow you to grow professionally as you explore issues of vocation and calling.
You will complete a full-time internship in your field of study, gaining essential professional experience, setting you apart from your peers as you enter a competitive job market.
DISCOVERY #421 (approximately) is that contemporary art is really, really cool. One of the classes I’m enrolled in, appropriately entitled “Art in the City” requires us students to go and experience one show, exhibit, play, musical, etc. at least once a week. On Tuesday the Museum of Contemporary art had free admission to all Illinois […]
HELLO! My name is Bernadette Arthur, and I am a spring 2017 Chicago Semester student. Transitioning from a smaller city like Grand Rapids (where my college Calvin College is) to a larger city like Chicago has been a refreshing experience for me. I grew up in the city of Accra, Ghana, West Africa, and so […]
TORTAS, TELEGRAPHS, AND TEACHING This week, I was given more freedom to assert myself as a leader in our classroom when working with small groups. In science, students had the opportunity to create their own “telegraph” by using electromagnets and send secret messages to another group by using a code. My CT asked me to […]
Join us at our 2017 Awards Celebration!
March 31 ⋅ 7:00 pm ⋅ Kitchen Chicago
“”If you are considering applying for Chicago Semester, I would say JUMP IN.”- Alyssa Allen ’10
“CS prepares you to make a smooth transition to your post-collegiate life.”- Elliot Talen ’06