prior to attending the University immunization against Hepatitis B a series of

Prior to attending the university immunization

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prior to attending the University, immunization against Hepatitis B (a series of three injections), and immunization against bacterial meningitis. Information and instructions for meeting the stated requirements are included with the Illinois State University Health History Report Form that is mailed to all incoming students. The Student Health Service recommends completion of the immunization information as soon as possible. Students not in compliance with the immunization requirements by September 4, 2006, Labor Day (if entering fall semester), or January 30, 2007 (if entering spring semester) will have subsequent semester registrations blocked and be assessed an administrative compliance fee. Further informa- tion can be obtained by calling the Student Health Service Preventive Medicine Clinic at (309) 438- 8560 or by visiting the Web site at . Admission Policies A D M
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20 General Information Honors Program, Corner of North and Fell Streets Campus Box 6100, Normal, IL 61790-6100 (309) 438-2559 Director : Douglas D. Hesse Web site : The nationally recognized Honors Program at Illinois State University provides enriching educa- tional opportunities for academically talented stu- dents. Excellent students committed to their own personal development and to rewarding profes- sional careers find that their Illinois State Honors education prepares them well for professional schools, graduate schools, and for satisfying employment after they graduate. Honors students enjoy the benefits of a small college in the rich context of a large multipurpose university. The University offers Honors students early registra- tion; special courses, taught by distinguished teach- ers and scholars; close, caring personal advisement by Honors Program advisors; unique opportunities for undergraduate research with world-class faculty scholars; special living accommodations which bring them into close acquaintance with other Honors students in academic and social programs; special awards and recognition; and other benefits. Successful graduates of the Honors Program attend top law schools, medical schools, and gradu- ate schools. They also obtain outstanding employ- ment in a wide array of professions and careers. ADMISSION TO THE HONORS PROGRAM Incoming freshmen are invited to apply for admission to the Honors Program based on ACT/SAT scores and high school academic perfor- mance. Applications require a personal statement designed to give the Honors Admissions Committee a sense of how motivated an applicant is to pursue academic work. Students already enrolled in the University and incoming transfer students interested in Honors experience and partic- ipation may also apply for admission to the Program, and must also submit a personal state- ment. Acceptance into the program is based on the analysis of all information submitted in applica- tions. There are no automatic cut-off scores; how- ever, for the 2003-2004 academic year the average ACT score of freshmen admitted to the Honors Program was 29.01. The average GPA for current Illinois State Honors students was 3.72 and for
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