Transferring from another UIC college

You’re considered an intercollege transfer student if:

  • You’re currently enrolled at the University of Illinois at Chicago, or
  • You’ve been accepted to the University of Illinois at Chicago for Spring 2017

Check your requirements

  • 60 semester hours (or 90 quarter hours) of acceptable academic credit
  • Minimum GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) for science and prerequisite courses
  • Prerequisite courses (listed on the Before You Apply page)

Apply

Ready to apply? Don’t worry, we’ll make this easy.

Deadline

Applications are due January 15.

Checklist

  • Intercollege transfer information form
  • Prerequisite form
  • Two letters of recommendation (coordinated program only)
  • Written interview questions (coordinated program only)
  • Transcripts (optional)

Intercollege transfer information form

Prerequisite form

Complete the prerequisite form, listing where and when each course was taken. For courses you haven’t completed, show where and when you plan to take them before enrolling.

Submit this with your application as Miscellaneous Option Doc 1.

Letters of recommendation (coordinated program only)

If you’re applying to the coordinated program, submit two letters of recommendation in support of your application, preferably from academic sources.

Written interview questions (coordinated program only)

If you’re applying to the coordinated program, answer the written interview questions and submit your answers with your application.

Transcripts

If you have attended other institutions since enrolling at UIC, submit transcripts from each university and college attended, even if you only took one course there. These must include all coursework through the current fall semester.

Request that the registrar at each school you have attended send a copy of your transcript directly to the University of Illinois at Chicago, Office of Admissions and Records (MC 018), Box 5220, Chicago, Illinois 60680-5220

Submit a transcript for any course work completed after your application is submitted. This is required even if the courses do not satisfy program prerequisites. To determine your cumulative grade point average, course work completed during the most recent term will be included. Be sure to request the most recent term completed.

Where to send materials

Admission Documents
Department of Kinesiology and Nutrition
College of Applied Health Sciences
University of Illinois at Chicago
1919 W. Taylor St.
650 AHSB (MC 517)
Chicago, Illinois 60612-7256

After you apply

You’ll receive a decision by email or mail sometime between February and May.

If you've been accepted...

Congratulations! Access our Admitted Student page to follow up with next steps!

If you've been denied...

Unfortunately, we can’t accept everyone. If you’ve been denied, you’ll be able to put your name on a waitlist.

Questions?

We’re here to help. If you have questions about what to do next, contact us.

Carol Braunschweig

Coordinated Program

You can contact Carol Braunschweig at:

Kirsten Straughan

Nutrition Science Program

You can contact Kirsten Straughan at: