Many of the campus resources you normally use have adjusted their hours or staffing due to the coronavirus. For the latest information on the University's plans to resume on-campus activities, please visit

The University remains committed to sustaining the rigorous inquiry that has defined its community, though for the time being the debates and discussions are online and happening in different forms. We invite you to remain part of the discussion by accessing the various online resources for research, discussion, and information that the University has made available. Here are a few places to connect virtually.

Campus Museums & Collections

Campus museums are providing access to lectures, virtual gallery tours, and collections: 

UChicago Library

  • The Library has provided tools and tips for connecting to their resources remotely.
  • They have also collected a list of sources that are opening access to their collections online during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • The Special Collections Research Center has provided a resource guide that includes information on the University’s photographic archive, available digitized collections, manuscripts and more to enable easier access to resources.

Events, Podcasts, Recorded Lectures, and Online Publications

Divisions, Schools, College, and Institutes

Many academic units have archived lectures and discussions that can be accessed on their YouTube Channels and Playlists; see below for a partial list: