University of Illinois Chicago
The University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) is a public research university located in Chicago, Illinois. It is the largest university in the Chicago metropolitan area and one of the largest universities in the state of Illinois.
UIC was founded in 1856 as the Chicago Medical College. It became a part of the University of Illinois system in 1890. The university has grown significantly since then, and now offers more than 700 undergraduate and graduate programs.
UIC's campus is located in the heart of Chicago. The campus is home to a variety of academic buildings, as well as a hospital, a library, and a number of cultural institutions.
UIC's student body is diverse, with students from all over the world. The university is committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students.
UIC offers a wide range of academic programs, including programs in the arts, business, engineering, health sciences, law, and social sciences. The university is also home to a number of nationally ranked research centers.
UIC is a global university, with partnerships with universities around the world. The university offers a variety of study abroad programs, and students from all over the world come to UIC to study.