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Student Consumer Information

 
Prospective students, current students and community members are encouraged to review the following information, which provides a comprehensive overview of the College and its practices, including information on financial aid, student privacy, crime statistics, important college policies and student outcomes.


General Information

 
Policy to Inhibit Illegal File Sharing
Illinois College actively blocks many websites that are used only for illegal file sharing. The College employs measures in its firewall to block file sharing at the application layer of the network, essentially blocking file sharing programs themselves from connecting to the Internet, including torrents. Further information on this policy can be found on page 5, section F of the IC Blue Book.
 
Student Attendance and Federal Financial Aid
If a student's poor attendance prevents him or her from making satisfactory academic progress, this could jeopardize his or her eligibility to receive federal financial aid.


Graduation Rates

Graduation Rates by Pell and Subsidized Loan Status for IC First-year Students who Entered in the Fall Semester of 2009

 

Final Cohort (after exclusions) Completers within Four Years Completers within Five Years Completers within Six Years

Pell Grant Recipients

65 35 (53.8%) 40 (61.5%) 40 (61.5%)

Federal Subsidized Loan Recipients

87 54 (62.1%) 62 (71.3%) 63 (72.4%)

All Others

72 50 (69.4%) 55 (76.4%) 57 (79.2%)

Total

224 139 (62.1%) 157 (70.1%) 160 (71.4%)

 Graduation Rates by Gender for IC First-year Students who Entered in the Fall Semester of 2009

 

Final Cohort (after exclusions) Completers within Four Years Completers within Five Years Completers within Six Years

Females

99 68 (68.7%) 72 (72.7%) 72 (72.7%)

Males

125 71 (56.8%) 85 (68.0%) 88 (70.4%)

Total

224 139 (62.1%) 157 (70.1%) 160 (71.4%)

Graduation Rates by Ethnicity/Race for IC First-year Students who Entered in the Fall Semester of 2009

Final Cohort
(after exclusions)
Completers
within Four Years
Completers
within Five Years
Completers
within Six Years

Non-resident Alien

6 6 (100%) 6 (100%) 6 (100%)
Hispanic 7 4 (57.1%) 4 (57.1%) 4 (57.1%)
American Indian/ Alaskan * * * *
Asian * * * *
African-American  11  6 (54.5%) 7 (63.6%) 8 (72.7%)
Caucasian 191 120 (62.8%) 137 (71.7%) 139 (72.8%)
Two or more Races 4 3 (75.0%) 3 (75.0%) 3 (75.0%)

Grand Total

224 139 (62.1%) 157 (70.1%) 160 (71.4%)

Note: *To protect identities, data are not reported for ethnic/racial groups with 3 or fewer in the cohort.

Graduation Rates by Ethnicity/Race for IC First-year Students who Entered in the Fall Semester of 2009

Final Cohort
(after exclusions)
Completers
within Four Years
Completers
within Five Years
Completers
within Six Years

Non-resident Alien

6 6 (100%) 6 (100%) 6 (100%)
Hispanic 7 4 (57.1%) 4 (57.1%) 4 (57.1%)
American Indian/ Alaskan * * * *
Asian * * * *
African-American  11  6 (54.5%) 7 (63.6%) 8 (72.7%)
Caucasian 191 120 (62.8%) 137 (71.7%) 139 (72.8%)
Two or more Races 4 3 (75.0%) 3 (75.0%) 3 (75.0%)

Grand Total

224 139 (62.1%) 157 (70.1%) 160 (71.4%)

Note: *To protect identities, data are not reported for ethnic/racial groups with 3 or fewer in the cohort.

Graduation Rates by Ethnicity/Race for IC First-year Students who Entered in the Fall Semester of 2009


Final Cohort
(after exclusions)
Completers
within Four Years
Completers
within Five Years
Completers
within Six Years

Non-resident Alien

6 6 (100%) 6 (100%) 6 (100%)
Hispanic 7 4 (57.1%) 4 (57.1%) 4 (57.1%)
American Indian/ Alaskan * * * *
Asian * * * *
African-American  11  6 (54.5%) 7 (63.6%) 8 (72.7%)
Caucasian 191 120 (62.8%) 137 (71.7%) 139 (72.8%)
Two or more Races 4 3 (75.0%) 3 (75.0%) 3 (75.0%)

Grand Total

224 139 (62.1%) 157 (70.1%) 160 (71.4%)

Note: *To protect identities, data are not reported for ethnic/racial groups with 3 or fewer in the cohort.

NCAA Graduation Rates for Entering 2009-10 IC First-year Student-Athletes and Transfer Student-Athletes, by Primary Sport (Unduplicated for Multi-sport Athletes)
 
Sport Original N of Athletes Graduated N Graduated %
M. Baseball 18 15 83.3%
M. Basketball 6 5 83.3%
M. Football 59 39 66.1%
M. Golf * * *
M. Soccer 10 7 70.0%
M. Swimming 2 2 100.0%
M. Tennis * * *
M. Track/CC 8 4 50.0%
W. Basketball 3 3 100.0%
W. Golf 2 2 100.0%
W. Softball 8 5 62.5%
W. Soccer 6 5 83.3%
W. Swimming 1 1 100.0%
W. Tennis * * *
W. Track/CC 7 5 71.1%
W. Volleyball 7 4 57.1%
Total 141 99 70.2%
The federal student hierarchy used by the NCAA for selecting the primary sport for multi-sport athletes is as follows: football, basketball, baseball, cross country/track, and other.
*Rates are not provided for sports with very small numbers of entering athletes to protect student confidentiality. 


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