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Enrollment Deposit

Illinois College asks admitted students to confirm their intention to enroll by submitting a $200 deposit no later than May 1, 2015. Deposits must be postmarked on or before May 1 to guarantee your place in the Class of 2019. After this date deposits are accepted on a space available basis. Deposits are fully refundable when refunds are requested in writing by May 1, 2015. Deposits received after May 1 are non-refundable.
Deposit Online: Visit our online payment portal to pay by credit card, debit card or e-check.
Deposit by Phone: Call the Office of Admission with your credit card information at 217.245.3030
Deposit by Mail: Mail your $200 check made payable to Illinois College to: Office of Admission, 1101 W College Ave, Jacksonville, IL 62650

Next Steps

:: Celebrate your acceptance by taking a selfie with your letter and post online using #IllinoisCollege
:: File Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) after January 1
:: Like us on Facebook for upcoming announcements
:: Member of the Class of 2019? Join the Class of 2019 Facebook Group.
:: Submit your Enrollment Deposit of $200 by May 1, 2015
:: Complete housing application - deposited students only - see deposit packet
:: Complete student health forms - deposited students only - see deposit packet
:: Register for True Blue Orientation on June 18-19 to receive your fall schedule
:: Request Final High School Transcript to be sent to IC
:: Submit ACT and/or SAT scores
   :: Standardized test scores must be submitted prior to enrollment to assist in appropriate
      course placement and scheduling.
:: Submit all college transcripts, IB, and AP credits prior to summer orientation
:: Complete assignment for Summer Reading for all first year students

Housing Information

Living on campus is a unique experience where you will be immersed in the liberal arts experience as well as the history of Illinois College’s hilltop campus. You will be presented with hundreds of opportunities to learn and grow as a person, all the while making friends to last a lifetime. Illinois College believes that living on campus is an important aspect of a private, liberal arts education. Studies have shown that students who live on campus are more involved and are more likely to graduate.
However, exceptions to the housing requirement are allowed on occasion to respond to needs that cannot be accommodated in the residential setting. To request an exception to the IC housing policy, please complete the Housing Exception Form.
Fall 2015 online housing application login details will be mailed to students upon receipt of the $200 enrollment deposit beginning spring 2015.
Illinois College Housing Policy:
All students with less than 88 hours must live on campus. All students will be responsible for the full room and board cost, which will automatically be charged to their account. Exemptions for specific reasons must be filed in the Dean of Student’s Office or Residential Life Office by November 1 for the following Spring semester and by May 1 for the following Fall semester. A housing exception form must be filled out annually by anyone who does not meet the Illinois College housing policy requirements. 

Final High School Transcripts

Students attending Summer Orientation need to submit final high school transcripts prior to attending orientation. Students should request official final transcript (including graduation date, final rank and GPA) to be sent to Illinois College.  
Deposited students must submit an official record indicating the date of graduation from a secondary school approved by a state or regional accrediting agency prior to the first day of class. Illinois College accepts credits earned by dual-enrollment, provided the credits are presented on the transcript of an accredited institution of higher education. Transcripts must be received prior to the first day of class. If you have questions please contact our office.

Standardized Test Scores

All students planning to enrollment at Illinois College must submit official ACT and/or SAT scores prior to Summer Orientation. Standardized test scores are used to assist in appropriate course placement and scheduling.  

College & AP Credits

Illinois College accepts credits earned by dual-enrollment, provided the credits are presented on the transcript of an accredited institution of higher education. Illinois College also accepts Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, CLEP and other work based on testing, based on its evaluation of the test scores. In no case does Illinois College allow double-dipping (e.g., credit for both the AP test results and a dual credit high school course in the same area would not be allowed).

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