UChicago is home to some of the most venerated academic programs in the world, having established the fields of ecology and sociology, the first graduate international affairs program in the United States, and the first executive MBA program.

Click here for instructions on how to login to the Pulse Secure VPN with Duo Information Services 1 E. Jackson Blvd. Chicago, IL 60604 (312) 362-8200 Information_Services@depaul.edu A connection to the University’s VPN will make your remote computer “virtually” appear to be on campus and will allow it to access campus resources. The University uses the Cisco AnyConnect application to establish a VPN connection. Select 2-Staff_SSL_VPN_Access in the Group field. If you have not done so, please claim your account at https://iam.csu.edu. Use the credentials from the IAM to login in to the VPN. Click the Connect Anyway button on the Security Warning screen. The University of Chicago Police Department (UCPD) is a full service, CALEA-accredited police department serving the University of Chicago and surrounding areas from 37th Street to 64th Street, and Cottage Grove Avenue to Lake Shore Drive. These pages provide VPN configurations for unmanaged devices (e.g. research devices, personal computers). In order to use the VPN on your computer, tablet, or smartphone, you need to download the appropriate VPN client or university VPN profile to your device.

Windows 7 and 8 Client (Standard DePaul Image - 64-bit) Click here to download the VPN client if you use Duo two-factor (most people are using two-factor). Click here to download the VPN client if you are not using two-factor. Save the file to your desktop. Double click on the Aventail icon on your desktop and wait 30 seconds while the client

The University of Chicago You may be seeing this page because you used the Back button while browsing a secure web site or application. Alternatively, you may have mistakenly bookmarked the web login form instead of the actual web site you wanted to bookmark or used a link created by somebody else who made the same mistake.

Virtual Private Networking (VPN) allows students, faculty and staff to securely connect to the campus network from anywhere in the world using their Illinois credentials, and access services and resources usually restricted to people on campus.

The University of Chicago Library Catalog is freely available through the University of Chicago Library's web site, although links to restricted resources require CNet login. If you are using EndNote or other Z39.50 software to connect to the catalog, please see our EndNote Help pages or Accessing the Library Catalog via Z39.50 Clients . The Virtual Private Network service allows you to securely access resources at UIC over a non-UIC Internet connection. While connected to the VPN, the client software works with the operating system to determine when you are accessing an Internet location that the client should protect. Welcome to the IP Phone Administration page, the web interface to change settings on your IP Phones at the University of Chicago. Note: This link requires a campus connection. If you are connecting from off-campus, please use the VPN or RDC. Go to My Phone (You will be directed to our Cisco Call Manager [CCMUser] application) Go to My Voicemail