UIC Admissions 2013: How to Apply for Undergraduates

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How to Apply
Apply online (Fall 2013):
Consult the Admission
 for a list of individual requirements. Please note that
some majors require the submission of supplemental materials. Checking your
major requirements ishighly recommended.
First Year applicants are responsible for providing high
school transcripts and ACT/SAT scores. UIC ACT test code is 1155. UIC SAT
test code is 1851.
All required documents for admissions should be sent to:
Office of Admissions (MC 018)
University of Illinois at Chicago
Box 5220
Chicago, Illinois 60680-5220
Check the undergraduate
application deadlines
 for the term to which you are applying.
Please note – Second Bachelor’s Degree candidates
should apply online as transfer students using theCommon Application.
In the essay sections, an explanation of your previous academic history and
intention to seek a second degree should be noted.
Student Type
What Student Type are you?
  1. First
    – Currently attending high school or have graduated from
    high school and have never attended a college or university. *Dec/Jan high
    school graduates who take college courses in the spring semester
    immediately following graduation may still apply as a first year (more info).
  2. Transfer –
    Student who has previously enrolled in a college and/or university post
    high school graduation (more info).
  3. Readmit –
    Individual who has previously enrolled as an undergraduate, degree-seeking
    student at UIC. *Students who left the univeristy on “good
    standing” will only need to reapply if he/she has not registered for
    two or more semesters (more info).
  4. Second
     – Any student who has graduated from a 4yr institution
    and wishes to enroll at UIC as a degree-seeking student (more
  5. Non-degree –
    Student who does not want to enroll in a degree seeking program but wants
    to take course(s) for credit.
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