Chicago Campus

The Kellogg Chicago Campus

Wieboldt Hall, Kellogg School of Management

Since opening in 1927, historic Wieboldt Hall has housed the Kellogg School of Management Evening & Weekend MBA program and the Center for Nonprofit Management.

Northwestern University Chicago Campus

Northwestern’s Chicago campus is a series of several buildings occupying a 20-acre lakefront site including buildings that house Kellogg School of Management, the School of Law, the Medical School, the McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University and the School of Continuing Studies.

Chicago, IL

Chicago, located on Lake Michigan in Illinois, is among the largest cities in the U.S. Chicago is known for its diverse and culturally unique neighborhoods, business presence, culture/ arts and exciting sports teams.

Chicago business
Chicago is home to businesses of all shapes and sizes from startups to Fortune 500. In fact, 50 companies on the Fortune 500 List are based in the Chicago area including Walgreens, Boeing, Allstate, Kraft Heinz and McDonald’s.

Additionally, Chicago is home to a lively startup scene thanks to 1871, a sprawling space for inventors, designers, creators and doers to gain support and develop their ideas.

Culture and the arts
Chicago features more than 50 museums including The Art Institute of Chicago, Field Museum and Museum of Science and Industry, all of which are renowned for their world-class collections. Chicago is also world-famous for its music scene, which was at the forefront of popularizing blues, jazz and opera in America. Don’t miss the dozens of festivals that take place around Chicago, including the Chicago Blues Festival, the Chicago Jazz Festival,the Grant Park Music Festival, Lollapalooza and countless food festivals.

Chicago sports
Chicago is home to several professional sports teams with a history of coveted titles, trophies and devoted fans.

Wieboldt Hall

340 East Superior Street
2nd Floor Mezzanine
Chicago, IL 60611-3008