Students admitted for the Fall 2017 semester:
Information from UIC Admissions
The Newly Admitted Students Page provides much of the relevant information you'll need to prepare for the fall. We encourage you to read it carefully! You should also be receiving other communications from the University with important information. Pay attention to these and act on them accordingly.
You’ll need to ensure that you’ve activated your my.UIC account. This will require your university ID number (or UIN), which you should have received via email during the application process.
If we have not yet received official and complete transcripts from your undergraduate degree, you’ll need to submit these by mail to the Office of Admissions.
If you’re unsure of whether you need to submit an official transcript, check to see if it is listed on your application status page. (Note: If you’ve earned your undergraduate degree from UIC, you will not need to submit a transcript.)
Visa Process for International Students
Students who will be attending UIC on a student visa need to submit the necessary documentation to the Office of International Services (OIS). All documents should be submitted through the application checklist for OIS, which may be accessed via your application status page. Questions about the I-20 and visa process should be directed to OIS: email@example.com | 312-996-3121.
Requirements for incoming architecture students can be found here: Technology Requirements.
Mandatory Pre-Fall Workshops
For Three-Year MArch Students: Our Graduate Design Workshop will take place August 14-23 and is mandatory for incoming three-year MArch students. Submit your registration and $500 workshop fee online now. You'll need your NetID and password to complete this.
For MS Students and MArch Advanced Standing Students: Our Platforms workshop will take place from approximately August 14-23 and is mandatory for MS and Advanced Standing MArch students. Submit your registration and $500 workshop fee online now. You'll need your NetID and password to complete this.
There is no workshop required for incoming MAD-Crit students.
Later this summer, all incoming students will receive an email with information about which classes to register for and how to do so.
Student ID Card
UIC's university ID cards are called i-cards. You will be able to obtain one from the university ID Center after you have registered for classes for the Fall Semester. To obtain your i-card, you'll need to visit the ID Center in the Student Services Building (1200 W. Harrison St, Suite 1790) with a valid government-issued photo ID. The ID Center is open from 8:30am-5pm, Monday-Friday. Further information about the ID center and i-cards can be found at http://idcenter.uic.edu/index.shtml.
Contact your Graduate Academic Advisor, Gwen Fullenkamp: firstname.lastname@example.org | 312-996-7803.