The CHANCE Program


The University of Illinois - CHANCE Program  was formed in 2004 to assist the campus with recruitment, retention, and graduation rates of underrepresented students. Our comprehensive programming addresses the needs of our student-body through face-to-face and online workshops which are facilitated by the (Blackboard Learning Management System). The CHANCE Program (TCP) is committed to providing academic, personal, and professional assistance to students with demonstrated academic and personal needs

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CHANCE Program Mission

The mission of the UIC CHANCE Program is to recruit and retain academically qualified, underrepresented candidates from Chicago and suburban communities in need of enrichment and learning skills, for admission to UIC, and facilitate access to the necessary academic activities and professional services that will enable them to persist and graduate, as well-prepared professionals for the 21st Century.

UIC CHANCE PROGRAM CELEBRATES - National Hispanic Heritage Month 2015
About Judge Sonia Sotomayor Nominated by President Barack Obama on May 26, 2009, Sonia Sotomayor
became the first Latina Supreme Court Justice in U.S. history.  We are looking for motivated and
energized volunteers to help inspire, (distribute water, etc.) to the
world-class runners as they travel through the neighborhoods of our
beautiful city. Please follow the link to register as a CHANCE VOLUNTEER.
For more information contact the CHANCE Office at 312-255-5025 or email:
The CHANCE Program is seeking VOLUNTEERS to assist with the 2015 Chicago
Marathon on Sunday, October 11th
Attention High School Students - Interested in UIC? Just follow this link
to our Early Outreach Programs and learn more!
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