We understand your concerns regarding the current financial aid delays, and we're sorry this is happening! We're committed to minimizing the impact on you and your family, and, if needed, we will change our FAFSA and college commitment deadlines. Our decision to change our deadlines will be announced no later than March 15. If you have any questions in the meantime, please don't hesitate to contact our Office of Undergraduate Admissions or Office of Student Financial Aid directly.
Requirements vary depending on your credit level and intended program of study. Our Transfer Handbook is designed to help you determine what you need to do in order to transfer to UIUC, while our Transfer Guide gives an overview of course and GPA requirements. If you took AP, IB, or A-Level exams, you can also review our credit equivalencies.
Current in-state students—If you’re looking to transfer from one Illinois higher education institution to another, you should also reference iTransfer. If you’ve been attending a community college in Illinois, review our Transfer Guide.
You can determine your chance of getting into the program of your choice by taking a look at our general transfer GPA guidelines.
Transfer course equivalencies help you determine what courses transfer to UIUC, while planning guides show you how your transfer credit can be used in an UIUC program of study. Note that these things don't constitute a contract between you and UIUC, and that transfer credit for fine art skills courses are subject to audition and placement exam or portfolio review.
Before applying, you'll want to confirm that your intended major is currently considering applicants at your level.