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Official Transcripts

High School Transcripts

Contact your high school to request official transcripts. Submit your official high school transcripts by mail or electronically. Counselors can submit transcripts online using the Common Application School Report. 

A high school counselor, teacher, principal or other school official may also email high school transcripts and mid-year reports directly to undergradmail@uic.edu. A hard copy of the final official transcript, however, will be required after admission and prior to class enrollment. 

College or University Transcripts

Contact your college or university to request official transcripts. UIC accepts electronic versions of college transcripts—sent from colleges through transcript services like Parchment or Naviance—or physical copies from issuing schools that are sealed and signed. Emailed transcripts are not accepted.

 

Translations for Transcripts in a Language other than English

UIC requires two documents if your transcripts are written in a language other than English: your official transcript in the original language and a translated copy in English. 

English translations are accepted directly from the institution issuing the transcript or from a certified member of the American Translators Association (ATA). These are accept via postal mail or electronically to undergradmail@uic.edu directly from the institution or translator. 

Standardized Test Scores

ACT or SAT scores must be submitted electronically or printed on official transcripts for first year and lower-division transfer applicants.

 

ACT

The ACT organization can send score reports to UIC. Complete a request online and use the UIC ACT test code (1155). 

We also accept scores that are included on your high school transcript, or if a copy of your score report is sent from a counselor, teacher, principal or other school official directly to undergradmail@uic.edu

 

SAT

You can order an SAT score report from the College Board. Use the UIC SAT test code (1851). 

We also accept scores that are included on your high school transcript, or if a copy of your score report is sent from a counselor, teacher, principal or other school official directly to undergradmail@uic.edu

 

English language proficiency

Students from countries other than the U.S. where the only official language is not English may be asked to provide evidence of English proficiency. Students may submit English Proficiency scores from either the IELTS, TOELF or PTE. 

IELTS

IELTS scores must be ordered from the IDP testing agency where the test was administered.

TOEFL or PTE

TOEFL or PTE scores must be ordered and sent directly from the testing agency.  UIC will not accept these scores via email.  The TOEFL score code for UIC is 1851. PTE does not have a score code, but UIC is an option in the order form.