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Transfer and Readmit Orientation Program

The UIC Transfer and Readmit Student Orientation Program is a one-day session designed to acquaint you with UIC and provide you with your first opportunity to meet with an academic advisor. Orientation is required for transfer students, and although it is optional for most readmitted students, attendance is highly encouraged.

Special Note: Unfortunately, friends, current students, or significant others will not be allowed to “tag along” with the student during the UIC Transfer and Readmit Orientation Program. We welcome these individuals as participants in the UIC Parent and Guest Orientation Program.

Please be aware that check-in for transfer and readmit students will begin at 7:45 am at the Student Services Building (SSB) located at 1200 West Harrison Street.

Program Overview

  • Confirm registration access with your netID
  • Student Services Building tour
  • Opportunity to submit immunization forms
  • Academic success programs information
  • Safety presentation
  • Financial planning and bill payment seminars
  • MarketPlace: student organizations and campus units fair
  • Lunch
  • Campus tour
  • Academic advising and course registration
  • University ID card issued (i-card)

Transfer students are strongly encouraged to register for courses when open registration begins the week of April 21, 2014. Registration will be reviewed and revised, if necessary, at orientation.

Concluding Orientation

You will complete your course registration by 5:00 pm at UIC Student Center East, located at 750 South Halsted Street. If you need to meet with your parents who attended the parent program, you can do so in the Montgomery Ward Lounge located on the second floor of the UIC Student Center East. Student Orientation Leaders will direct you to this lounge to meet your parents after the conclusion of the program.

 

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