Intercollegiate Transfer Information

Intercollegiate Transfer (ICT) Applicants

Students who are currently enrolled at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign who transfer to a different undergraduate program on the same campus are considered intercollegiate transfers (ICT). Students who have completed one year (or one semester for transfer students) in their admitted program of study are eligible to apply to transfer to the College of Applied Health Sciences.

Details on the application and transfer process for students interested in the College of Applied Health Sciences are outlined at meetings each fall and spring semester. View upcoming ICT Informational Meetings (PDF).

Application Process Overview

Students who are interested in applying to transfer to a program of study in the College of Applied Health Sciences should:

Application Process

  • Attend an ICT Informational Meeting (PDF)
  • Take a course in your area of interest
  • Volunteer or work in your area of interest
  • Remain in good academic standing
  • Complete the College of Applied Health Sciences ICT application by the deadline

Upcoming ICT Application Deadlines:

Fall DEADLINES:

1) The first Friday of the semester;

2) The eighth Friday of the semester;

3) The last day of instruction of the semester.

Spring DEADLINES:

1) The eighth Friday of the semester;

2) The last day of instruction of the semester.

Please refer to the Office of the Registrar’s “Academic Deadlines” for a specific date in any given semester.

 

Selection Criteria

Each Department within the College of Applied Health Sciences reserves the right to select those best qualified for admission based on:

  • minimum undergraduate GPA (determined by each department)
  • supporting materials, experiences and coursework that demonstrate a commitment to careers in the field
  • academic standing and overall academic record*
  • completion of requirements specific to program of study

Prospective AHS ICTs should be aware that applying and meeting stated criteria does not guarantee transfer. Admission to AHS programs is competitive and may be limited due to enrollment maximums.

*Grades in major or recommended courses may be considered in the application process for some majors.

Further Details for Each Program

Each program of study has specific criteria that prospective students should be aware of prior to applying. Details on these criteria will be discussed at the ICT Informational Meetings (PDF). Additional information may also be found below.

Department of Kinesiology and Community Health
Department of Recreation, Sport, and Tourism
Department of Speech and Hearing Science
Interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science degree in Health (i-Health)

Facade of Genomic Biology building