If you plan to transfer to another institution, start early and begin by downloading the the Transfer Timeline (PDF). The Transfer Timeline can prepare your for upcoming milestones in the transfer process.
If you are pursuing the Associate in Arts degree, click on the video below to better understand how to complete a transfer worksheet.
Two free websites, iTransfer and Transferology, allow you to:
The Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) facilitates the transfer of students
from one Illinois institution to another. Both a general education core
curriculum and a lower-division major recommendation course listing have been
developed. For more information, visit the IAI website.
Transfer Times is published in February and October of each year and provides information on admissions, campus events, scholarship information, program majors, and more fun stuff! The publication is distributed to 2-year/community colleges in a particular state and features area colleges and universities.
Morton College's University Day, which takes place during the Spring term, allows students to talk to college and university admissions representatives and apply on-site. The 2016 University Day took place on March 2.
Often, participating institutions agree to waive application fees, which makes University Day a great opportunity for students wishing to pursue their educational goals beyond Morton College. Interested students must bring official transcripts at the time of application. Morton College students attending University Day are eligible to obtain an official transcript at no cost.
The following institutions offered on-site admissions on University Day 2016:
The annual Private Colleges and Universities Fair (PICU), allows students to learn about their transfer options and meet admissions representatives from colleges and universities across Illinois. The 2016 PICU Fair took place on April 6.
The 2016 PICU Fair featured admissions representatives from over 30 Illinois colleges and universities including DePaul University, Loyola University of Chicago and Roosevelt University.
The following four-year institutions participated:
Columbia College Chicago
Concordia University Chicago
Illinois Institute of Technology
Loyola University Chicago
National Louis University
National University of Health Sciences
North Central College
North Park University
Olivet Nazarene University
Robert Morris University
Rosalind Franklin University
Saint Xavier University
Trinity Christian College
Trinity International University
University of St. Francis
VanderCook College of Music