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2.1.8 Community College and Other Transfer Students

University Studies

This section applies to students entering Illinois State University under Illinois State University catalogs from 1980 through 1997 when the University's general education program was named "University Studies."

A transfer student in good standing who has completed an associate degree based on a baccalaureate-oriented sequence, who is admitted to Illinois State University from a public community college in Illinois, shall be considered to: 

  1. have attained junior standing, and 
  2. have met the University Studies requirements.

General Education

This section applies to students entering Illinois State University under Illinois State University catalogs from 1998/99 on.

Transfer students who have completed the Illinois Transferable General Education Core Curriculum (also known as the IAI, Illinois Articulation Initiative) at accredited, participating Illinois colleges or universities will be considered to have met the Illinois State University General Education requirements.

Students who transfer credit from colleges or universities that satisfies some 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 in full the University’s own General Education program.

Applicants who have completed a baccalaureate-oriented associates degree (A.A. or A.S.) from a regionally accredited postsecondary institution must present a C average (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) or better for all grades earned in all courses at all schools attended and must provide verification of good academic standing at the last school attended.  These students will be admitted to Illinois State with junior standing and will be considered to have met the Illinois State University General Education requirements.

Initiating body: Academic Senate

Contact: Vice President and Provost (309-438-7018)

Revised on: 10/2013


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