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									College of Lake County

January 2009

NON-TRADITIONAL BACHELORS DEGREE PROGRAMS FOR RETURNING ADULT STUDENTS
Programs offered at the listed colleges are designed specifically for adult students in order to help balance the various demands of school, work, and family. These programs include options such as online and distance learning, life experience credit, cohort arrangements, and shorter program length. Depending on the transfer institution, students may take 30-90 credit hours at CLC before enrolling in one of these programs. Please see a CLC counselor or advisor for more information.

Argosy University
Main Campus: Schaumburg, IL Other sites: Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Hawaii, Nashville, Orange County, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Tampa, Twin Cities, Washington DC Class Format: Evenings, weekends, on-line, Accelerated, dual enrollment Degree Programs: BS in Business Administration (concentrations: Finance, Healthcare Management, International Business, Marketing) BA in Psychology (concentrations: Criminal Justice, Organizational Psychology, Substance Abuse) Admission Requirements: “C” or better GPA; Associates degree or 42 hours of transferable credit; some requirements vary by degree

Jay Sinclair Admissions Representative jsinclair@argosy.edu (224) 563-7715 (866) 290-2777 http://www.argosy.edu

Benedictine University

Chris Domjan Lisle, IL Admissions Representative cdomjan@ben.edu Class Format: Evenings and/or weekends, accelerated; http://www.ben.edu weekend degree programs are offered to adult (630) 829-6204 learners with Saturday meetings only; classes are 10 weeks in length; classes meet one night per week and students take one course at a time
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

College of Lake County Degree Programs: BA in Psychology BA in Organizational Leadership BBA in Management and Organizational Behavior BBA in Business and Economics

January 2009

Carthage College
Kenosha, WI Class Format: Evenings and weekends Degree Programs: Business Administration Accounting Marketing Social Work Elementary Education

John Weiser Admissions Representative (800) 551-5343 adulted@carthage.edu
http://carthage.edu/adulted/adulted.html

Accelerated Carthage Education: (BA degrees) Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Information Systems, Marketing Admission Requirements: 24 years or older with 40 transferable credit hours; 2.5 GPA

Columbia College Missouri
Gurnee, IL Class Format: Evenings, Saturday and online Courses; accelerated classes meet for 8 weeks, 5 terms per year Degree Programs: BA in General Studies BA in Criminal Justice Administration BS in Management Information Systems BA in Psychology BA in History (online only) BA or BS in Business Administration (Accounting, Financial Services, HR Management, International Business, Management, Marketing)

Suzette Baeckelandt Admissions Manager Roland Higbee Sr. Academic Advisor (847) 336-6333 rkhigbee@il.ccis.edu
http://www.ccis.edu

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

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Concordia University Chicago
River Forest, IL Class Format: accelerated Degree Programs: BA in Organizational Management Admission Requirements: The Organizational Management major serves persons 23 years of age or over with two years of full-time work experience

Dr. Marilyn Kolbusz Assoc. Director of Adult Degree Programs (708) 209-4055
marilyn.kolbusz@cuchicago.edu

http://www.cuchicago.edu

DePaul University’s School for New Learning
Chicago, DesPlaines, Naperville, Oak Forest, Distance Education- online Class Format: Classes meet once a week; Evenings and Saturdays Degree Programs: BA in Liberal Arts (concentrations are individualized To the student’s field of expertise or interest; credit May be given for work/life experience) BA in Computing BA in Early Childhood Education BE in General Business BS in Nursing for RN’s Admission Requirements: 24 years or older

Shirley Bono, Asst. Dean of Advising & Student Services (312) 362-5616 sbono@depaul.edu Christine Hayda, Coord. of (312) 476-3661 chayda@depaul.edu http://www.snl.depaul.edu
Advising Services

DeVry University
Chicago, Addison, Tinley Park, online Class Format: days, evenings, online Degree Programs: BS in Technical Management – BSTM (completion Program for AAS, AA, and AS degrees) BS in Business Administration (10 concentrations) BS in a variety of Computer Science and Computer Engineering programs

Ed Jodelka College & Outreach Liaison (708) 342-3225 (708) 342-3215 (fax)
ejodelka@devry.edu

http://www.devry.edu

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

College of Lake County BS in Biomedical Engineering Technology BS in Electronic Engineering Technology BS in Game and Simulation Programming BS in Network and Communications Management Security Management Hospitality Management HR Management Health Services Management Admission Requirements: Proof of h.s. graduation or GED completion; acceptable scores on DeVry University entrance exam; transfer credit awarded for courses with a “C” or better

January 2009

Dominican University
River Forest, Northbrook, Grayslake Class Format: Once a week from 6-10pm; classes offered in 5 or 8 week sessions Accelerated Degree Program: Accelerated BS and MS degrees in Organizational Leadership Admission Requirements: For students out of High school 7+ years who have completed 30+ Credit hours of college work

School of Leadership and Continuing Studies Tiffany Townsend Director of Admissions
(708) 714-9125 ttownsend@dom.edu

http://leadership.dom.edu Mike Morsovillo Director of Transfer and Adult Recruiting (708) 524-6793 morsomike@dom.edu

Traditional Program: River Forest location; degree Programs in evening Business and Corporate Communication degree programs Admission Requirements: 24 semester hours and 2.5 GPA; if less than 24 semester hours h.s. transcript and ACT/SAT scores required

Eastern Illinois University- School of Continuing Education
Charleston, IL Class Format: can complete by distance learning or the internet Degree Programs: BA in General Studies Admission Requirements:
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

Kaye Woodward Director (217) 581-5618
bgsba@eiu.edu
http://www.eiu.edu/~adulted/bgs/index.php

College of Lake County Recommended minimum age of 25; transfer GPA of 2.0 and 60 hours of earned college credit; a maximum of 80 community college credits may be applied toward meeting degree requirements; prior learning may also be assessed via the portfolio option; CLEP, ACT, PEP and Dante’s exams may give credit as well as military service

January 2009

Elmhurst College – School for Advanced Learning
Elmhurst, IL Class Format: cohort model (12-22 students); accelerated majors are completed in 12-15 months;
Business Admin, Managerial Comm., and IT classes meet once per week; Psychology courses meet twice per week in Fall, Spring, and Summer, three times per week in January term

Linda Brinkman Assoc. Director, Adult & Graduate Enrollment (630) 617-3306
brinkmanl@elmhurst.edu Tim Panfil Director, Adult & Graduate Enrollment (630) 617-3256

Degree Programs: Panfilt@elmhurst.edu Fast Track BA or BS in Information Technology http://www.elmhurst.edu/adult Fast Track BS in Business Administration (EMP) Fast Track BA in Managerial Communication Fast Track BA in Psychology BA or BS (Several degrees can be completed entirely in The evening or through a combination of weeknight, Weekend, and online courses: e.g. Accounting, Elementary Education, Logistics & Supply Chain Management) Admission Requirements: Minimum age of 24; transfer GPA of 2.5 (applicants with GPA’s below 2.5 will be considered by the Adult Admission Review Board)

Franklin University
Main campus is in Columbus, OH Class Format: Online; students complete up to 3 Years of coursework at CLC while finishing a minimum
0f 40 semester hours with Franklin University online

Samantha Orban Director of Community College Relations (888) 341-6237 x6051 (614) 947-6051
orbans@franklin.edu http://alliance.franklin.edu

Degree Programs: Accounting, Applied Management, Business Administration, Business Forensics, Computer Science, eMarketing, Financial Management, Forensic Accounting, Healthcare Management, Human Resources Management, Information Technology, Management, Management Information

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

College of Lake County Systems, Marketing, Public Safety Management, Web Development Admission Requirements: Associates Degree or 60 transferable semester credit hours

January 2009

Governors State University – School of Interdisciplinary Learning
University Park, IL Class Format: courses offered on campus and online; BA degree can be completed in the evenings,
Weekends, or entirely by distance education

Monica Miller m-miller@govst.edu sidl@govst.edu (708) 235-2223 (708) 534-1645 (fax)
http://www.govst.edu/bog

Degree Programs: BA in Interdisciplinary Studies Minors available in 19 academic areas Admission Requirements: 60 transferable credit hours and 2.0 GPA; up to 80 lower division credits are transferable; Prior Learning Portfolio option gives credit for life experience

Illinois Virtual Campus (IVC)
Online Academic programs and entire degree programs online offered through various IL college and universities

Kris Dahl (847) 543-2353 kdahl@clcillinois.edu http://www.ivc.illinois.edu

Illinois Institute of Art Schaumburg
Schaumburg, IL Class Format: Days, evenings, weekends, and online Degree Programs: BFA- Digital Filmmaking and Video Production, Digital Photography, Game Art and Design, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Media Arts and Animation, Web Design and Interactive Media BA- Advertising, Fashion Marketing and Merchandising

Julie Sabella jsabella@aii.edu (847) 912-4413

Admission Requirements: Contact Admission representative
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

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Judson University – The Center for Adult Professional Studies
Elgin and Rockford, IL

Class Format: one course at a time, the same night each week from 6-10pm and a Saturday morning once http://www.judsonu.edu
a month; cohort format; accelerated

Jill Smith Student Services Associate (847) 628-1523 jsmith@judsonu.edu

Degree Programs: BA in Criminal Justice Management, Human Resource Management, Human Services, Management and Leadership, and Management Technology Systems Admission Requirements: Must be 23 or older with a minimum of 3 years of full-time work experience

Kendall College
Chicago, IL Class Format: Days, evenings, and online Degree Programs: BA in Hospitality Management w/specializations in: Hotel Management, Convention and Meeting Planning, Food and Beverage Operations BA in Business BA in Culinary Arts BA in Early Childhood Education

Cathy Selig Community College Admissions (312) 752-2482 (800) 588-8860 cselig@kendall.edu http://www.kendall.edu

Admission Requirements: Contact Admission representative; recommends completion of AA/AA/AAS degree

Lewis University
Main campus: Romeoville, IL Regional campus sites: Chicago, Tinley Park, Oakbrook, Hickory Hills, and Shorewood Class Format: typically once each week for four hours; most 3 semester hour courses are offered in five or eight week sessions; flexible scheduling; online and

Angeline Bizzotti Enrollment Representative Office of Graduate & Adult Recruitment (815) 836-5573 bizzotan@lewisu.edu http://www.lewisu.edu

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

College of Lake County blended course formats Degree Programs: BS in Business Administration BS in Information Technology Management BA in Management, Human Resource Management BA in Fire Service Administration BA in Criminal/Social Justice BA in Healthcare Leadership BA in Applied Sociology and Political Science RN to BSN completion program; Bachelors in any major to BSN Admission Requirements: Typically at least 24 years of age with 3 years of work experience and successful completion of at least 12 semester hours of college level credit with a 2.0 GPA. Individual programs may have additional requirements

January 2009

Loyola University Chicago
Chicago: Lake Shore or Water Tower campus Suburbs: Maywood campus Class Format: evening and weekend classes

Degree Programs: BA in Management BA in Management w/certificate in Paralegal Studies BS in Healthcare Emergency Management (evening & Weekend accelerated- Water Tower and Maywood campus) Also over 60 majors in day and evening programs in Liberal Arts as well as Business, Education, Nursing and Social Work Admission Requirements: 23 years of age and older requires HS diploma or GED; Under 23 years of age requires HS diploma or GED and 24 hours of coursework from accredited college/university

School of Continuing and Professional Studies Sarah Hellstrom Enrollment Advisor (312) 915-8956 shellst@luc.edu http://www.luc.edu

National Louis University
Campuses: Chicago, Skokie, Lisle, Wheeling, Elgin Class Format: all programs meet one night per week, On the same night, for the duration of the program Degree Programs:

Angela Kaufmann Enrollment Representative (224) 233-2456 angela.kaufmann@nl.edu http://www.nl.edu

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

College of Lake County BS in Management (online also) BA in Applied Behavioral Sciences BS in Health Care Leadership BS in Management Information Systems (online only) Admission Requirements: All programs require 60 semester hours of transferable credit; Health Care Leadership requires that the student work in the health care field and/or have a certificate or license in a health care profession

January 2009

North Central College
Naperville, IL Class Format: Evening classes (meet once or twice A week from 6:30-10pm) Degree Programs: Accounting, Computer Science, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Organizational Communication, Psychology Admission Requirements: 27 transferable semester hours and a 2.25 GPA

Megan Hoinkes Transfer Admission Counselor (630) 637-5800 mlhoinkes@noctrl.edu http://www.noctrl.edu

Northeastern IL University
Chicago, IL Class Format: Days and evenings, Mon-Sat.

Jay Jans Enrollment Representative (773) 442-6035 Jp-Jans@neiu.edu http://www.neiu.edu

Degree Programs: Board of Governors Bachelor of ArtsStudents may major in any area in which Northeastern offers a degree, but choosing a major is not required. University Without Walls BA or BSUWW students design their own degree. The program targets self-motivated, disciplined adults who have focus in a particular academic area. UWW students are full-time enrolled. Admission Requirements: Students need to attend prospective student meeting for either program before they can apply. Call for dates. HS Diploma and a C average in college coursework
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

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North Park University
Main Campus: Chicago, IL Satellite campuses: Grayslake and Waukegan Class Format: Accelerated; evenings/Saturdays/ online; once a week for 7 weeks

Leslie Bertholdt Assistant Director of Admissions School of Adult Learning (773) 244-4577 lbertholdt@northpark.edu http://www.northpark.edu/sal

Degree Programs: BA or Bachelors of General Studies w/major in: Business Administration, Non Profit Management, Organizational Management and Leadership, Counseling and Social Services, Human Psychology, Computer Information Systems, Management Information Systems, Criminal Justice Admission Requirements: At least 12 transferable credits and a 2.0 GPA

Northwestern University - School of Continuing Studies
Chicago, Evanston Class Format: Evenings and Saturdays

Nicole Beck Admissions Coordinator (312) 503-1083 nbeck@northwestern.edu

http://www.scs.northwestern.edu/ugrad/admissions

Degree Programs: Bachelor of Philosophy BS in General Studies Bachelor of Philosophy in Communication 17 majors: Anthropology, Art History, Biological Sciences, Communication Studies, Communication Systems, Computer Studies, English Major in Writing, English, Economics, Environmental Studies, Fine and Performing Arts, History, Mathematics, Organization Behavior, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Radio/TV/Film, Sociology Admission Requirements: At least 24 transferable semester hours within the past 10 years and at least a 3.0 GPA; must have successfully completed an English composition course and courses in a variety of disciplines

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

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Olivet Nazarene University, School of Graduate And Continuing Studies
Main Campus: Bournonnais, IL Satellite campuses: Rolling Meadows, Lisle, Chicago Class Format: One weeknight each week from 5-9pm or 6-10pm; include online classes Degree Programs: BS in Nursing Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Admission Requirements: 60 completed credit hours or Associates degree; minimum GPA varies by program; minimum age requirement of 22 (or equivalent professional work experience)

Kristofer VanHorn Enrollment Representative (847) 590-0675 x13 (800) 765-4838 Kris.vanhorn@olivet.edu http://www.olivet.edu Click on “Graduate & Continuing Studies”

Robert Morris College
Chicago, Aurora, Waukegan, Bensenville, Orland Park, Peoria, Springfield Class Format: Flex scheduling; spend as little as two nights a week in class while earning 12 quarter hours of credit

Courtney A Kohn Director of Transfer Admissions (312) 935-4439

Patty Alves Transfer Admissions Counselor (312) 935-4443 palves@robertmorris.edu Degree Programs: http://www.robertmorris.edu Bachelor of Business Administration with concentrations in: Accounting/Finance, Health/Fitness Management, Management, Hospitality Management Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Computer Studies with concentrations in: Networking, Systems Integration Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Graphic Design with concentrations in Graphic Arts Admission Requirements: Minimum 32 semester hours of transferable credit; Minimum 2.0 GPA

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

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Roosevelt University
Chicago, Schaumburg Class Format: Days, evenings, weekends, and Online Non Traditional Adult Degree Programs: Fast Track Degree Programs for Adults Bachelor of Professional/General Studies

Sherry Bucaro Associate Director of Admission Chicago campus (312) 341-2101 Alice Blomquist Assistant Director of Admission Schaumburg campus (847) 619-8621 ablomquist@roosevelt.edu

Admission Requirements: Students who have completed an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree and have met the degree prerequisites can complete a BGS degree in as few as 30-36 additional semester hours. This is available for Business, Computer Science, General Studies, Organizational Communication, Organizational Leadership, Professional Administration, or Psychology.

Southern IL University
Great Lakes IL Navy College Degree Programs: Great Lakes Program BS in Workforce Education and Development http://wed.siu.edu/public/ocdp CASA Program (College of Applied Sciences and Arts) BS in Fire Science Management BS in Health Care Management BS in Electronics Systems Technology Dan Brown- Program Coordinator (847) 689-0055 danbrown@siu.edu Mirella Gamino- Program Coord. (847) 689-3055 mirellag@siu.edu http://www.siu.edu/~asaocap/

Trinity International University REACH Program
Deerfield, Dolton Class Format: One evening per week (electives Offered on Saturday mornings); online classes Degree Programs:

Adam Huh Director of REACH Admissions (847) 317-6501 ahuh@tiu.edu http://www.tiu.edu/reach Rosalyn Luz- Adm Counselor

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

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BA degree: General Business, Business Administration, (847) 317-4034 Organizational Leadership, Psychology, Liberal Arts, Christian Ministries, Elementary Education, Illinois Dallise Goodson Teacher Certification Education Adm Counselor (847) 317-8144

University Center of Lake County
Grayslake and Waukegan IL The University Center currently offers classes from 18 different Illinois Colleges and Universities to enable students to complete a bachelors degree or Pursue a graduate degree at a more convenient Location.

Hilary Ward Schnadt Associate Director (847) 665-4004 hwschnadt@ucenter.org Tonia Baxter Enrollment Representative (847) 665-4014 tbaxter@ucenter.org

Fields of Study: Business, Computer Science/Information Systems, Education, Engineering, Healthcare and Human Services/Public Administration, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Library and Information Sciences, Psychology, and Technology

University of Illinois Springfield
Main campus: Springfield, IL Class Format: No residency required; Online program; Can be entirely completed from the computer of your choice Degree Programs: Individualized degree programs; BAs available in English, History and Liberal Arts; BS in Computer Science Minors in Computer Science, English, History, and Philosophy; can be completed online as well

Andy Egizi Online Program Coordinator (800) 323-9243 lisonline@uis.edu
http://www.uis.edu/liberalstudies

University of Phoenix
Schaumburg and online Class Format: 100% online; classes start every month; courses taken one at a time for 5-6 weeks Degree Programs:

Jeremy Harper Schaumburg Campus (847) 413-1922 Jeremy.harper@phoenix.edu
http://www.graduate.phoenix.edu

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

College of Lake County BS in Nursing (RN to BSN) BS in Criminal Justice Administration BS in Health Administration BS in Human Services Management BS in Business (Accounting, Administration, E-Business, Finance, Management, Marketing, Retail Management, Public Administration, Information Systems) BS in Information Technology BS in Management Admission Requirements: HS Diploma or GED; grade of C- or better in community college courses

January 2009

University of Wisconsin Parkside
Kenosha, WI Class Format: At present 8 undergraduate majors can Be completed entirely in the evening or in alternative formats

Nicole Leipski Admissions Representative (262) 595-2355 Leipski@uwp.edu
http://www.uwp.edu

Degree Programs: Business (all concentrations), Criminal Justice, Computer Science, English, Humanities, Interdisciplinary Studies (w/an Organizational studies concentration and a leadership certificate; offered as a degree completion program in a concentrated weekend format.), Psychology, Sociology For more extensive information in regards to resources, Programs, and various support for nontraditional students At UW Parkside, visit: http://www.uwp.edu/catalog/pdfs/Adult.pdf

Western IL University

Dr. Richard Carter Macomb and Moline IL Director Board of Trustees Bachelor of Class Format: No residency required; can be completed Arts Degree Program entirely online (309) 298-1929 R-Carter@wiu.edu http://www.wiu.edu/BOTdegree Degree Programs: Board of Trustees Bachelor of Arts Western Illinois University's Board of Trustees Bachelor of Arts (BOT/BA) degree program is a fully online baccalaureate program that requires 120 semester hours (30 semester hours from Western) and includes 40 semester hours at the upper division (junior/senior) level. This degree program provides students with the opportunity to
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer

College of Lake County earn a regionally accredited, undergraduate, non-majored degree that complements their educational needs and lifestyles, all without time limits for completing the graduation requirements or campus attendance. Special Features: The BOT/BA degree program is designed by the student in consultation with a BOT/BA advisor. Students in the BOT/BA degree program may earn credit by submitting a prior learning portfolio, a written process of documenting specific college-level knowledge through non-academic pursuits and acceptance of military credit. Admission Requirements: Basic Requirements (Option A) If you have attended other regionally accredited colleges or universities:
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You must have a “C” average for all work attempted. You must be in good standing at last college or university attended. It must be at least five years since your scheduled high school graduation date. Or you must have earned an accredited associate’s degree or successfully completed 60 semester hours of coursework at a regionally accredited institution.

If you do not meet the admissions requirements identified in option A (above), you may be considered for admission if:
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You have been separated from higher education institutions for five or more years. You submit a letter of explanation to the office of Non-Traditional Programs explaining past academic performance and why you should be admitted in to the Board of Trustees Degree Program.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NONTRADITIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMS CONTACT Grayslake Counseling Center/C-110, 543-2060 Transfer Guides can be viewed online at http://www.clcillinois.edu/info/transfer


								
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