Transfer Applicant Instructions
You are a transfer applicant if you attended any college, university or trade school after graduating from high school. If you have less than 24 earned semester hours of college or university coursework, you are considered a transfer student, but must meet both freshmen and transfer student admission criteria
Required documents are official transcripts from all colleges, universities or trade schools attended. If you have less than 24 earned semester hours you must also submit your official high school transcript, and ACT or SAT scores (if younger than 21 years old).
If you attended school outside of the U.S., you must submit an ECE evaluation as described in #3 of the General Information section. International students must provide additional documents as described in the International Applicants section.
Refer to the Application Instructions for full details.
If you are ready to apply, you can apply online now using the Apply Online icon to the right.
Application and Credential Deadlines
Transfer Admissions Criteria
To meet admission criteria you must have earned a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher (on a 4.0 scale) for all college, university or trade school coursework attempted, and also you must be in good academic standing at the last school attended.
Transfer Applicant Resources
• Transfer Course Equivalency Guides
• Community College Articulation
• Illinois Articulation Initiative