The University of Illinois at Chicago has a strong commitment to assisting all students with disabilities.
UIC provides a full range of services to enrolled and prospective students with disabilities. The principles of nondiscrimination and accessibility will be applied throughout the student life cycle. The University of Illinois at Chicago will provide reasonable accommodation for students with disabilities in all areas of student services operation including:
- Financial Aid
- Course Completion
- Library Services
- Textbook Procurement
- Career Services
For more information about Disability Services, please contact your UIC adviser at (866) 772-2268, option 2.
University of Illinois Alumni Association (UIAA)
As a student of the University of Illinois at Chicago, you can become a member of the University of Illinois Alumni Association (UIAA) upon graduation. Even while you are a current student, the UIAA provides a Collegiate Member program for enrolled students that includes access to an online alumni directory and career services.
The UIAA boasts the largest alumni base of any state university system in the nation - more than a half million strong. This means ample networking opportunities for you as a UIC student or graduate. The online directory gives you access to more than 40,000 alumni with whom you can network. Ask questions, get advice and take advantage of the experience of other University of Illinois alumni (Urbana-Champaign, Springfield or Chicago). This is just one of the many services available to you.
The UIAA is an independent, not-for-profit organization. Connecting alumni to the University of Illinois and to each other, the UIAA mobilizes alumni support for the University and provides valuable benefits, services and resources. Among the more than 550,000 alumni of the University, UIAA members are a select group that cares most about the welfare and future of the University of Illinois and its alumni community.
More information about membership benefits and alumni events in your area may be found online at http://www.uiaa.org.