Completed applications and all supporting docu ments must be on file in the

Completed applications and all supporting docu ments

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Completed applications and all supporting docu- ments must be on file in the Office of Admissions by the projected fall, spring, or sum- mer term deadlines. It should be noted that admission decisions are conditional until final transcripts are received and conditions as stipu- lated in the letter of acceptance are met. Admission may be revoked if this information is not confirmed by the final official transcript(s). Withholding information or giving false infor- mation to the University may make a student ineligible for admission to the University or subject to dismissal. Transferability of Course Credit After official transcripts from all previously attended universities are received and soon after admission to Illinois State, the Office of the University Registrar will send you a Statement of Transfer Credit indicating how each course trans- fers and how it has been used to fulfill Illinois State’s curricular requirements. If you have completed an A.A. or A.S. from any regionally accredited post secondary institution or the Illinois Transferable General Education Core Curriculum at an accredited, participating Illinois Admission Policies A D M
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16 college or university, you will be considered to have met the Illinois State University General Education requirements. Students completing an A.A. or A.S. will also have junior class standing. Transfer students who transfer credit from par- ticipating Illinois colleges or universities that satis- fies some but not all requirements of the Illinois Transferable General Education Core Curriculum may satisfy Illinois State General Education requirements by completing requirements for the Transferable Core Curriculum at Illinois State or by completing the University’s own General Education program. Other students must complete Illinois State’s General Education program. Projected Deadlines Limited Transferability of Courses with Earned Grades of D Illinois State generally accepts transfer courses with earned grades of D. However, certain courses in some major programs may require a grade of C or better. When a student who pursues one of these majors transfers D grade course credit that is equated to an Illinois State course requiring a grade of C or better, the student will have to repeat the course to satisfy the major program requirements. Maximum Transfer Credit Awarded The University Registrar will provide admit- ted transfer students with a Statement of Transfer Credit, specifying how the transferred credit may be used to meet Illinois State graduation require- ments. Transfer credit from community colleges is limited to 66 semester hours, plus four credits of physical education courses; credit from four- year colleges and universities is limited to 90 semester hours. Additional credit for military ser- vice may be considered.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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