What kinds of spaces are sacred to you? A grove of oak trees, a museum with art created through the ages, a chapel with chiseled stones, a library with alcoves made for daydreaming? From campus to Hyde Park to the greater Chicago area, what kind of space speaks to your path?
Discover your own Destination
There are diverse places to explore at and around the University. You can sit by the lake at Promontory Point, meditate in the quiet of Ida Noyes Hall, visit an explicitly religious space on or near campus, or even wander downtown to sit on the benches adjacent to the Art Institute on Michigan Avenue or in Millennium Park. Go find spaces where you feel welcome and whole, places to help you thrive, to have fun, to be, and to breathe.