The Campus and the Community A D M Admission Criteria Illinois State University

The campus and the community a d m admission criteria

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The Campus and the Community
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A D M Admission Criteria Illinois State University maintains a small college environment within a large university. We value personal attention for each and every student, and our commitment to individuals ensures that your application will be reviewed carefully by admissions representatives. Illinois State seeks a highly-motivated, acade- mically well-prepared, and diverse student body. Priority consideration for admission will be given to outstanding students whose applications are complete and postmarked during the priority fil- ing period for the term for which they are apply- ing (please see Projected Deadlines). Applications postmarked during the priority filing period may have an advantage when space is lim- ited. Please refer to the 2007-2008 Undergraduate Application for Admission for more information. You may apply for admission to Illinois State University online or by downloading an applica- tion from the Admissions Web site at . Paper applications are available beginning in September from your high school or community college guidance office or from Illinois State University’s Office of Admissions. Applicants who are not United States citizens or United States permanent residents should request an international student application. Prospective graduate students should request a graduate application. Applicants 25 years of age or older who are interested in the Adult Learner pro- gram should request an adult learner application. General Information Prospective students may contact the Office of Admissions through a variety of sources. Address: Illinois State University Office of Admissions, Hovey Hall 201 Campus Box 2200 Normal, IL 61790-2200 Telephone: (309) 438-2181 Toll free: (800) 366-2478 TTY: (309) 438-2006 Web sites: Email: [email protected] The Office of Admissions is open from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday throughout the year, and from 9 a.m. until noon on most Saturdays from August through May when classes are in session. Contact the Office of Admissions to arrange a campus visit or meeting with an Admissions representative. Student Classifications Beginning Freshman : The following will classify a student as a new beginning freshman. 1. A person who has never attended any col- lege or university since graduating from high school. Students earning college hours while in high school will be classified as a new beginning freshman. 2. A person who enrolls at any college or uni- versity during the summer term between high school graduation and the subsequent fall term at Illinois State University will be classified as a beginning freshman. 3. A person who graduates early from high school and attends a college or university dur- ing the spring term and begins at Illinois State the following fall will be considered a begin- ning freshman if the high school transcript posts the graduation date as May or June.
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