Summer/Fall Admitted Checklist

Preview the next steps to enrollment. If you've been admitted, log into myillini and click on your submitted application to manage your checklist.

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You can accept your offer of admission any time up until May 1. To do so, you must submit a nonrefundable acceptance fee of $150 using a credit or debit card. This must be done before completing most of the following steps on the checklist (you can apply for financial aid and check its status beforehand). If you were approved for an application fee waiver, the acceptance fee will be waived.

Financial Aid

If you're interested in financial aid, we encourage you to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible and have it sent to UIUC. Financial Aid Notifications are generally available beginning in mid to late March. International students are not eligible for financial aid and don't submit the FAFSA.

Read more about financial aid

NetID & Computing

After you've accepted your offer of admission, claim and set your NetID and NetID password. You'll frequently use your NetID to access resources on campus. To claim and set your NetID and NetID password, you need your Activation Code and University Identification Number (UIN), both of which are available when you log in to myIllini.

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You should wait 24 hours after accepting the university's offer of admission before applying for University Housing. At that time, you may complete your contract online with your housing application fee or apply online with a Private Certified Housing facility. Private Certified Housing halls fill on a first-come, first-served basis, so deadlines to guarantee space vary.

Transfer students may have the option to live in off-campus housing, but they should contact the Housing Information Office before signing a lease. First-year students must live in University Housing or Private Certified Housing. If you are a student in care or are experiencing homelessness, resources are available to assist with your housing at Illinois. Learn more.

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During registration, you’ll meet with academic advisors and register for fall courses. Students outside driving distance to campus may have the option to complete registration through an online appointment. Sign-up begins in mid-March.

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You must complete your placement exams at least two weeks before you participate in your registration program, or your appointment may be subject to cancellation. Placement exams will be available in May. Note that they may not be required for some transfer students.

Read more about placement exams

Pre-Advising Worksheet

Each academic program requires all incoming students to complete a pre-advising worksheet. You must complete this worksheet at least two weeks before you participate in your registration program. Pre-advising worksheets will be available in May.

Test Scores

If you reported test scores within the application, send official scores directly from the testing agency. Official test scores not yet received will be listed on your admitted checklist in myIllini. We must receive official scores by July 1. If you're enrolling in the summer term, the deadline is June 1. We highly recommend that official scores are submitted prior to your New Student Registration appointment.

Final Transcripts/Schedule Changes


You must send official documentation of all courses and grades submitted through the application, including year 12 and high school graduation, by July 1. Transcripts need to be sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

If you're enrolling in the summer term, the deadline is June 1. If final transcripts are not available by June 1, official transcripts showing courses and grades from years 9 through 11 should be sent by the deadline. Final transcripts then need to be sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions as soon as final grades are posted.

Any AP or IB scores should be sent through the testing agency to receive UIUC credit.


Final transcripts need to be sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions as soon as final grades are posted. Spring college transcripts must be submitted by June 15. If you’re also enrolled in summer courses, you’ll need to send an additional transcript as soon as final summer grades are posted.

We must approve changes to your high school or college schedule before you make them as they could impact your admission status. If you're planning a change in your schedule, submit the online Course Change Form found at the bottom of your admitted checklist in myIllini.

Tuition Billing & Payment Options

Once a month, an email will be sent to you through your UIUC email address, reminding you to view your student account for recent activity and to make any payments by the due date. We don't mail paper billing statements.

To allow parents to view and make payments, you must grant them access to your account as an Authorized Payer. To receive a refund for a credit balance on the account, you must sign up for direct deposit. Funds won't be withdrawn from a bank account set up for direct deposit purposes.

Read more about tuition billing and payment options, including our payment plan

Required Immunizations

Immunization forms must be completed and submitted to McKinley Health Center by July 1. International students may bring completed forms to campus.

Read more about immunization compliance requirements and health services

I-20 Application

International students who require an I-20 must submit the online I-20 application. Our SEVIS school codes are CHI214F01070000 for F-1 visa holders and P-1-00209 for J-1 visa holders.

Read more about obtaining a student visa

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Student Health Insurance

The Student Health Insurance Plan is assessed to each student. If you have private health insurance, you may opt out of the Student Health Insurance Plan. Read more about student health insurance

Disability-Related Resources & Accommodations

Students with disabilities must contact Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES) to request and obtain disability-related assistance at least six weeks prior to the first day of classes in order to allow adequate time to make the necessary accommodation arrangements. Read more about disability-related resources and accommodations

Welcome Days

Welcome Days is a campus-wide celebration designed to welcome you to campus. Read more about Welcome Days

Rescission of Admission Offers

We don't want to rescind anyone's offer of admission, but it does happen. Learn the reasons why so it doesn't happen to you. Read more about the rescission of admission offers