College of Applied Health Sciences
The Mannie L. Jackson Illinois Academic Enrichment and Leadership Program (I-LEAP) is committed to providing a support and an information base that validates the student experience and fosters a sense of belonging, engagement, and empowerment. Through bi-weekly one-on-one counseling, mentorship, tutoring, workshops, academic skills development, leadership training, and referrals to resources, the I-LEAP program aims to increase student success at the University of Illinois and within the campus community.
Helps students with disabilities participate and benefit from curricular, co-curricular, and vocational opportunities at Illinois.
The official College of Applied Health Sciences document containing policies and procedures, forms, petitions, and more.
See the list of course requirements for each undergraduate program within the College of Applied Health Sciences.
- P. E. Teacher Certification
- Curriculum for concentrations in Health Education, Health Planning and Administration, or Rehabilitation and Disability Studies
- Curriculum for concentration in Community Recreation Management
- Curriculum for concentration in Sport Management
- Curriculum for concentration in Tourism Management
- Curriculum for concentrations in Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology or Human Communication Science
Visit the AHS Library to meet the staff, learn to use the library, and get information about:
- subject specialists
- course reserves
- interlibrary loans
The Course Information Suite provides everything you need to know about courses. You can also use the UI-Integrate Self Service system to register for classes, check student records, pay bills, and find financial aid and graduation information.
- course catalog with class descriptions and schedules
- faculty teaching schedules and contact information
- course prerequisites, core requirements, general education requirements
- programs of study and complete list of campus majors and minors
The registrar's office is responsible for keeping all student records, maintaining the accuracy and integrity of the record, protecting student data, and upholding and implementing academic policy. You will also find information about:
- grades, degree audits (DARS), class registration, order transcripts, diplomas, add/drop dates, and more
- academic deadlines—deadlines for adding or dropping a class and more.
Search for UIUC equivalent coursework at other institutions.
Learn about AP scores, placement into Illinois courses, and proficiency examination dates.
Use this handy tool for calculating your grade point average.
The Office of the Dean of Students provides student-centered advocacy, programs, and services and information about absences, student code, academic integrity policies, attendance policies, and more.
The Emergency Dean also resides in this department and is available around the clock to help students and families in an emergency by offering immediate assistance and follow-up services. The Emergency Dean Also acts as a resource to community and University law enforcement agencies, hospitals, and crisis centers.