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Transfer Celebration Picnic
Be our guest! Join us for some summer fun in the sun!
Are you a newly admitted transfer student or Community College Counselor/Advisor? Please join us on Friday, June 15th, for our annual Transfer Celebration Picnic! Family and friends are welcome too! We'll have a BBQ lunch, picnic games, educational exploration activities, and special tours. View this year's agenda (coming soon) to get an idea of all of the events, sessions, and activities offered on this day.
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The 2018 articulation event has passed, however, we host an Articulation and Transfer Counselor Visit Day every year to coincide with our annual spring IPRO day. Please check back soon for next year's date.
Join us on Friday, April 20, 2018, to learn more about Illinois Tech and how to help your community college students transfer into our renowned programs! You'll get to hear from our team of Transfer Admission Counselors about our program requirements, the application process and how credits will transfer. You'll also have an opportunity to tour our urban campus and explore our state- of-the- art Idea Shop, and learn more about our hands-on Inter-Professional Projects (IPRO) Program.
Registration opens early every spring for our annual Transfer Articulation Counselor Visit Day event. An email with additional details will follow shortly after you submit your registration. If you would like more information, please email Gavin Waits, Assistant Director of Campus Visits and Events, at
Preview the 2018 agenda here.
Illinois Tech Undergraduate Admission offers opportunities for groups of up to 50 students to visit campus.
Group visits are intended for either college bound high school groups (9th – 12th grade), or community college transfer students. Each visit includes a 30-45 minute information session with an admission counselor and an hour long tour of campus with a current student.
If you would like to submit a request for a group tour at Illinois Tech, you may use the online group tour request form.
A few notes on group visits:
- 1 chaperone is required for every 15 H.S. students on a group tour
- Group tours must be scheduled at least 2 weeks in advance of the desired date
- Group tours are not available on evenings and weekends
Due to high volume of requests, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate all group tour requests. We do not provide group visits to elementary or middle school students.
Thank you for your interest in group tours at Illinois Institute of Technology
COLLEGE EXPLORATION PRESENTATION
This presentation is geared toward high school students and groups who are looking to learn more about the college search and application process in general to get a better understanding of what schools are out there and how to navigate this process. We will cover college access basics such as types of schools, academic fit, choosing a major, the application timeline, and the financial aid process. The presentation will conclude with some general information about Illinois Tech for students who are interested. The presentation is approximately 30-40 minutes and is given by an admission counselor.
ILLINOIS TECH ADMISSION PRESENTATION
This presentation is designed for Juniors, Seniors, and Sophomores who are already well-versed in the general college admission search process. We will present an overview of Illinois Tech including academics, campus life, athletics, how to apply, our admission requirements, and scholarships/financial aid. The presentation is approximately 30-40 minutes and is given by an admission counselor.
ILLINOIS TECH Transfer ADMISSION PRESENTATION
This presentation is designed for community college transfer students who are seeking more information on the transfer process. We will present an overview of Illinois Tech including academics, campus life, athletics, how to apply, our transfer admission requirements, transfer credit guides and course equivalencies, and scholarships/financial aid. The presentation is approximately 30-40 minutes and is given by a transfer admission counselor.