A partnership in college access
We welcome students from high school, transferring from community colleges and other universities, and those returning to complete their undergraduate degrees. These resources provide support for those serving students interested in UIC.
High school counselors
For those working with high school students, you will find resources on the First Year admissions process, how to connect with us for visits, and more. First Year applicants who have never attended college (except for dual credit) use The Common Application. We also participate in Slate.org. Our Counselor Update and application guides are also available below.
Community college counselors
Transfer students make up 40% of the UIC undergraduate student population. We are proud to be the top destination for transfer students in Illinois. We recognize the importance of providing community college staff with the information and resources to help you support your students through the transfer application process. Transfer students apply using the UIC application. We've compiled targeted resources from our UIC community and created a concise Community College Counselor Guide to assist with community college advice.
View our publications
These publications are produced by the Office of Admissions and are updated yearly.
You can also check the admissions updates tab at the bottom of this page for the latest information.
Virtual visits for you and your students
Counselors from high schools, colleges and community based organizations may request a virtual presentation from our admissions team, or attend frequent events themselves to learn more about UIC.
|Request a visit for students at your school or for your organization||Attend a virtual program with content for counselors and those working with students.|
|Request a group visiT||ATTEND A COUNSELOR EVENT|
UIC Admissions reports for Illinois high school counselors
- Request access through our online request form for counselors.
- View your student's UIC application status through the counselor portal.
- ACT college code: 1155
- SAT college code: 1851
- FAFSA code: 001776
- TOEFL code: 1851
- Advance Placement code: 1851
Show your students what UIC is all about
As a major public research university with 30,000 students, 15 top-ranking colleges and a prime location in one of the country's most vibrant cities, UIC offers something for every student.
- Explore UIC.
- Learn about the academic programs offered at UIC.
- Find out about opportunities to connect with UIC at discover.uic.edu
Resources on the admission process
- Find out about UIC's admission requirements.
- Learn about tuition and financial aid.
- Guide your students through UIC's application process.
- See steps for students applying after the deadline.
- Learn about AP, IB, CLEP credit at UIC.
- See steps for newly admitted students.