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Don't Forget Your Transcripts
You’ll need your official transcripts from all prior colleges and universities attended when applying. You can have your official transcripts sent as paper or electronic documents:
Submission of Official Transcripts
- As of March 21, the Student Services Building is closed to the public. The Office of Admissions recommends sending official transcripts by electronic mail or using upload services where available. The Office of Admissions does not have access to postal mail at this time, but will upon return to the office.
- If you are unable to secure electronic transcripts and have requested official documents to be sent to UIC by mail, you can upload unofficial copies of your transcripts to your application status portal. If you are offered admission, the Office of Admissions will require official transcripts prior to enrollment.
- Undergraduate application status portal (login required)
Official paper documents
Official paper documents can be mailed to the Office of Admissions in the originally sealed envelope. Official documents that have been opened and/or resealed or repackaged will not be accepted as official.
Office of Undergraduate Admissions, MC 018
University of Illinois at Chicago
Suite 1100 Student Services Building
1200 West Harrison Street
Chicago, Illinois 60607-7161
Official electronic documents
Official electronic documents are accepted through the following services: Parchment, Naviance, Escrip-Safe, and The National Student Clearinghouse. The electronic delivery method will be determined by your sending institution’s agreements with one of these third party servicers. You should select “The University of Illinois at Chicago” as the recipient when using one of the official electronic transcript services. Please do not have official electronic transcripts sent to an email address. We have database accounts with each of these providers and will receive access to your transcripts through our database.
International Credential Evaluation Fee
If you are an international applicant or have taken foreign coursework outside of the United States, you must pay an international credential evaluation fee of $50 after submission of your application. For additional information, please refer to the foreign credential guidelines on the International Admission Requirements web page.
Our advisors are always here to help you through the application process. If you have any questions, please give us a call at (877) 266-0005.