Office of Civic Engagement Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Report
The Office of Civic Engagement’s annual reach and impact report from Fiscal Year 2022 includes highlights of our work alongside campus, community, and philanthropic partners to strengthen neighboring communities by supporting nonprofits, small businesses, civic leaders and youth.Read more
Our Commitment to Chicago
This document provides a snapshot of UChicago’s positive impact for the city and its social fabric—including contributions that will have a lasting effect for generations to come.Read more
UChicago Medicine Community Benefit Report
The University of Chicago Medicine contributed $606.9 million in benefits and services to residents of the South Side and Southland areas in fiscal 2021, according to the latest annual report that outlines the academic health system’s investments in and support of the community.
READI Chicago: A community-based approach to reducing gun violence
Results are released by Harris Policy's Crime Lab and Inclusive Economy Lab of a randomized controlled trial of the READI Chicago program, which has recently been lifted up by Attorney General Merrick Garland as a model approach to reduce gun violence.
Office of Civic Engagement Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report
The Office of Civic Engagement’s annual report highlights how the office advanced its strategic priorities in fiscal year 2021 by working alongside campus, community, and philanthropic partners; supporting South Side neighbors; and helping to reinforce the integral role civic engagement plays at the University.
Inclusive Construction Initiative FY2020 Report
This annual report is designed to not only provide a culmination of goal progress at the close of Fiscal Year 2020 (July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020) on projects in construction during that timeframe, but provide some insights as to exactly how ICI has impacted the minority and women-owned contracting community along with local hires.
UChicago Inclusive Construction Initiative
The UChicago Inclusive Construction Initiative is a joint effort between the University of Chicago Office of Civic Engagement, Facilities Services, and UChicago Medicine to create economic opportunities for minorities, women, and local residents through our campus construction and renovation projects.
The Simple Good
The Community Programs Accelerator connected founder Priya Shah with a team of Harris School of Public Policy graduate students who are members of Harris Community Action (HCA). These worked closely with Shah to explore what it would take to expand operations.
Collegiate Scholars Program
The chance to build such a strong network of peers and advocates was one of the first things that drew Perez to UChicago's Collegiate Scholars Program during her sophomore year at Eric Solorio Academy High School.
Alumni Board Connect
Akers says she draws heavily on her UChicago education to support Franciscan Outreach and the rewards of serving are deeply meaningful.
Collegiate Scholars Program
Quincy Bailey is ready for Stanford. The Chatham resident and Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep senior will be the first in his family to attend college but after participating in the University of Chi...
Tech-Savvy Friends CSRSO
Every other Friday, Davis and her group lead technology sessions at Hyde Park’s Augustana Lutheran Church in partnership with Chicago Hyde Park Village (CHPV), a nonprofit support network for older adults in the neighborhood.
Male Mogul Initiative
A grant from Southland RISE (Resilience Initiative to Strengthen and Empower) — a joint violence recovery and trauma care program run by UChicago Medicine and Advocate Health Care — helped fund Male Mogul Initiative's summer “Be a Mogul” program.