Private Illinois Colleges and Universities Transfer Fair Set For Feb. 28
College of DuPage will host the Private Illinois Colleges and Universities transfer fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28, in the Student Services Center Atrium.
During PICU, which is free of charge and open to the community, students can speak with college representatives to have their admissions and transfer questions addressed directly.
"The fair gives our students and graduates a chance to learn about how their associate degrees can transfer, while prospective students can learn about how to obtain an associate's degree at COD and then transfer into a baccalaureate program," said Jill Davis, College Transfer Coordinator at College of DuPage.
Participating schools during PICU are Augustana College, Aurora University, Benedictine University, Bradley University, Columbia College -- Chicago, Concordia University Chicago, DePaul University, DeVry University, Dominican University, Elmhurst College, Eureka College, Illinois Institute of Art -- Schaumburg, Judson University, Kendall College, Lake Forest College, Lakeview College of Nursing, Lewis University, Lexington College, Loyola University -- Chicago, National-Louis University, North Central College, Northwood University, Olivet Nazarene University, Robert Morris University, Rockford College, Roosevelt University, Saint Xavier University, Trinity Christian College, Trinity International University, and University of St. Francis.
A similar fair for state universities will be held on Thursday, March 14. For more information about both fairs, call (630) 942-2776 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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