University of Chicago

National College Match Requirements for:

Finalists who rank University of Chicago

Please submit these materials as soon as you are notified you are a Finalist.

College Match Required Application Materials
DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 1

1

One consortium application (The Coalition Application or The Common Application), with the UChicago Supplement AND all supporting documents

You must submit one consortium application (The Coalition Application or The Common Application) online. Submit along with an official transcript, Secondary School Report, and two teacher recommendations. The University of Chicago Supplement (available through the Coalition Application, the Common Application, and your UChicago Account) requires one short essay on why you would like to attend the University of Chicago, and one extended essay on your choice from a list of six prompts.

Select the “Early Action” option (not “Early Decision I”, “Regular Decision”, or “Early Decision II”) on your consortium application and your UChicago Account.

The University of Chicago does not charge an application fee for students applying for need-based financial aid. Please indicate that you intend to apply for need-based financial aid on your consortium application.

2

Standardized Test Scores
SAT code: 1832
ACT code: 1152

UChicago offers students the option to apply without consideration of their SAT or ACT scores.

Students may indicate on their consortium application of choice if they plan to share to their standardized testing. This will not be indicated on the QuestBridge application.

For students who wish to apply with their standardized test scores, UChicago will review the applications of students who attend high schools within the U.S. using self-reported SAT or ACT scores. You are able to self-report test scores through the Coalition or Common Application.

Students choosing to include SAT or ACT scores will be required to submit official score reports after they are admitted and choose to enroll at UChicago. When you request official scores from the College Board and/or ACT, do NOT use the rush reporting service. If official test scores are included on your official high school transcript, you will not need to submit any additional test score information to UChicago.

TOEFL or IELTS is required for non-native English speakers who have not spent at least two years in an English-language school.

3

2019-2020 FAFSA
FAFSA code: 001774
Available: Oct 1

US Citizens and Eligible Noncitizens

4

A copy of your parents’ 2017 federal income tax returns

Signed, with all schedules and W-2 forms. Include personal and corporate partnership tax returns. Submit directly to UChicago using this cover sheet.

Tax documents can be uploaded through your UChicago Account, mailed, or faxed to the Office of Financial Aid (see Contact Information below).

Directly uploading materials through your UChicago Account is the fastest and most efficient method to submit documents to your application.

5

UChicago Financial Aid Worksheet For UChicago Aid

This is a short, free online worksheet available through your UChicago Account.

The College Board's CSS PROFILE (CSS Code: 1832) can be substituted for this worksheet. The College Board charges a fee to use this form.

Deadline: Submit as close as possible to November 1.

Please note that ONLY ONE (not both) of these documents is necessary to submit.

Options following the Match

Early Action

Finalists who do not match will automatically receive an Early Action admission decision.

Regular Decision Requirements:

Step 1: Select UChicago on the QuestBridge Regular Decision Form on your Application Management page between November 5 - December 10. Only check the box if you fully intend to submit a complete application to UChicago (including all of the materials detailed in the table below).

Step 2: Submit all additional required application and financial materials to UChicago according to your status by the deadlines listed below. 

Information for Non-Finalists

indicates a required material

Regular Decision Required Application Materials
DEADLINE: JANUARY 1

 

Finalists who ranked UChicago and did not match to a binding college, and received an Early Action decision from UChicago

Finalists who did not rank UChicago

One consortium application (The Coalition Application or The Common Application), with the UChicago Supplement AND all supporting documents

 

UChicago does not charge an application fee for students applying for need-based aid.

Midyear Report
 

When first semester or trimester grades are available (typically in January or February)

Official Transcripts

Update, including 12th grade first semester/trimester grades

Standardized Test Scores
SAT code: 1832
ACT code: 1152

UChicago offers students the option to apply without consideration of their SAT or ACT scores. All test scores may be self-reported, if sent to the university.

UChicago offers students the option to apply without consideration of their SAT or ACT scores. All test scores may be self-reported, if sent to the university.

Regular Decision Required Financial Aid Materials
DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15

 

Finalists who ranked UChicago and did not match to a binding college, and received an Early Action decision from UChicago

Finalists who did not rank UChicago

2019-2020
FAFSA

FAFSA code: 001774
Available: Oct. 1

US Citizens and Eligible Noncitizens

Federal financial aid requires only the FAFSA. UChicago strongly encourges all families to submit the FAFSA as well as the UChicago Financial Aid Worksheet and tax returns to maximize your funding options.

2017 Federal Tax Returns and W-2
Forms

 

Tax documents can be uploaded through your UChicago Account, mailed, or faxed to the Office of Financial Aid (see Contact Information)

Directly uploading materials through your UChicago Account is the fastest and most efficient method to submit documents to your application.

UChicago Financial Aid Worksheet for UChicago Aid  

This is a short, free online worksheet available through your UChicago Account.

The College Board's CSS PROFILE (CSS Code: 1832) can be substituted for this worksheet. Please note that UChicago's Financial Aid Worksheet is free to submit while the CSS PROFILE requires a submission fee and ONLY ONE (not both) of these documents is necessary to submit.

Contact Information 

Contact Information (for mailing/faxing materials and general questions):

Mail or fax official transcripts to:
University of Chicago
Office of College Admissions
1101 E. 58th Street, Suite 105
Chicago, IL 60637
Fax: (773) 702-0661

Mail or fax federal income tax returns to:
University of Chicago
Office of Financial Aid
1101 E. 58th Street
Chicago, IL 60637
Fax: (773) 702-0744

UChicago Contact (regarding QuestBridge applications):
Rebecca Kahn-Witman
Senior Admissions Counselor
Email: rkwitman@uchicago.edu
Phone: (773)702-2804

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Office of Financial Aid