Transfer students may apply for either the fall semester or the spring semester. Completed applications for admission must be submitted by August 1 for the fall semester and January 1 for the spring semester. Review begins when an application is complete.
Complete the following steps to start your journey to Graduate READY.
- 1. Submit a FREE application for admission
- 2. Request Official Final High School Transcript to be sent to IC
- High school transcript must include final senior year grades
- Transcript must indicate date of graduation
- 3. Request Official College Transcript of all college coursework attempted
- Student who attended more than one college must submit official transcripts from each institution.
The specific minimum requirements for transfer students include the following:
- Graduation from an accredited four-year high school or the equivalent with at least 15 units of credit
- Verification of good academic standing at the institution from which the applicant wishes to transfer
- A minimum 2.5 GPA for their most recent full time semester of college- level course work and a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA for all college level coursework attempted
- A minimum of 24 transferable credits completed. If 24 credits have not been completed the student’s high school record will also be evaluated
Additional resources and tools are available on Transferology, a free, nation-wide network designed to help students explore their college transfer options. Visit the link to find out how your classes will transfer to Illinois College or contact Rick Bystry.
Considering an online degree?
Visit our online transfer page to learn how to transfer previous credit to our online programs.
Enrolling students must submit an official record indicating the date of graduation from a secondary school approved by a state or regional accrediting agency or an official GED diploma or prior to the first day of class. Students who have not submitted final transcripts to the College will not be allowed to register for the second semester. The final documents are considered official and final when received directly from the institution either through postal mail or through an electronic transcript service and they contain a school official signature and graduation/diploma date. The Office of Admission will make contact with the school or agency when they suspect that submitted documents are incorrect or fraudulent.