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Transfer Workshop: Spring 2017
Transcript of Transfer Workshop: Spring 2017
Create an Educational Plan
Attend Transfer events on campus!
Begin with the end in mind.
What is your major?
What is a transfer student?
When is the best time to apply?
Use Transfer Guides
Make an appointment with your advisor to build an Education/Transfer Plan!
A student who wants to continue his/her education at a four-year college or university and has 24-30+ credit hours.
What are the benefits of being a transfer student?
Less competition for admission and scholarships.
Take advantage of scholarship opportunities.
May not need to provide ACT/SAT scores or high school transcripts.
Junior status granted at many public institutions if AA/AS completed (p.10)
Earn the "same" degree!
Two tools to help:
For Fall enrollment: January - March (begin prep in September)
For Spring enrollment: September - October (begin prep in June)
Meet with your advisor and learn about CCC Partnership Programs.
UIC Guaranteed Admissions Transfer Program (GAT)
DePaul Admission Partnership Program (DAPP)
NEIU Middle School Math & Science Teacher Program (MSTQE)
Illinois Tech (IIT) Presidential Scholarship
Shimer Great Books Program
Smith College and Mt. Holyoke College
Transfer Scholars Program
Signature Partnership Programs
What is a transfer guide?
Where can I find one?
In the hallway outside A-120.
Scholarships: begin the search now!
GPA: do you have the grades?
Give your application an overall boost with extracurricular activities!
Request official transcripts
Application fees (& waivers)
Letters of Recommendation
Special Upcoming Transfer Events
A document published by a college or university which assists students choosing transferable courses for particular areas of study at their institution.
Are you ready
May be exempted from English proficiency guidelines (TOEFL or IELTS exams) if they complete two years of study (an Associate’s degree) here in the United States. Check with the 4-year institution for details.
Will need to complete any immigration paperwork in order to attend and completely transfer to their new school.
Should research too! The studyillinois.org website has a functionality that helps international students see if they can transfer to a specific school.
Wednesday, April 19 from 10:00am - 3:00pm
UIC 1:1 Advising Appointments
Thursday, April 6 from 2:00 - 5:00pm
DePaul 1:1 Advising Appointments
IIT (Illinois Tech) Information Session
Wednesday, April 26 from 2:00 - 3:30pm