Transfer Week 2021
Tabling Kickoff Event with "Transfer Treats", 10 AM – 2 PM, Student Union
We will set up a table in front of the student union center to provide snacks and a schedule of events for the week.
Follow us on social media, we will be posting transfer tips from Admissions counselors and transfer resources. Make sure to post your pictures using our hashtag #MCtransferweek !
PTK Orientation, 2-3pm, 177C or Facebook Live-PTK Morton College Official
This event is hosted by our Honor society. Students will learn about membership, scholarships, benefits, and club events.
No sign up needed
Career One Stop Workshop, 3-4pm, 320B:
This workshop will be led by our Morton College Career Services Coordinator, Gina Torres. Students will have the opportunity to complete an online career assessment and discuss their results. The goal of the workshop is to narrow down students' TOP 3 potential majors to start planning their transfer courses.
Scholarship Search Workshop, 2pm- via zoom, https://zoom.us/j/94176213947,
Meeting ID: 941 7621 3947
The Scholarship Search Workshop will help students understand the differences between community college vs. universities tuition rates & financing opportunities. Our moderator, Student Success Coach, Caroline Johnson, will guide students search for available scholarships though search engines, individual universities websites, and honor/leadership societies.
University Day, 10am-2pm, Student Cafeteria | RECEIVE AN INSTANT ADMISSIONS DECISION!
Students will have the opportunity to book a 30 minutes, one-on-one, appointment with a university admissions representative. The appointments are face-to-face only. Each university representative will be able to provide students with a pre-admissions decision based on their unofficial transcripts. If you are pre-admitted, Morton College will mail your official transcripts for FREE to each school after the event (limit is 5 per student).
National Louis University
Chicago State University
On University Day you can:
- Receive an ON-THE-SPOT conditional admissions decision from universities
- Learn about scholarships and internships
- Learn about transfer resources to help you succeed at the university
*If you register by October 19th, you can receive up to 5 FREE official transcripts. On the day of the event, you will receive an unofficial evaluation to meet with the university representative. All official transcripts will be mailed t to the university upon conditional acceptance from the university representative. If you have a HOLD or RESTRICION on your account, you MUST clear them prior to the event. Otherwise, the College can release none of your transcripts.
Transfer Colleges & Universities Information:
Contact: Bianca Ortega
Contact: Cynthia Delgadillo
Contact: Ricardo Aguilar
Contact: Jamie Mandolini
Transfer Tuition Scholarship, Phi Theta Kappa, Presidential Scholarship, Chicago Police and Fire Scholarship
Contact: Erasto Martinez-Nieto
Contact: Alejandra Tafoya
Contact: Anna Figueroa
Contact: Joselyn Sanchez
Contact: Amanda DeSimon
Contact: Rosie Jones
Contact: Daniel Lamoureux
Phone: 708-456-0300 EXT: 3690
Contact: Alexandria Rodriguez
Website: transfer.uic.edu for general transfer info and discover.uic.edu for presentations, chat, and appointments
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship and Merit Tuition Scholarship note: students must apply to these scholarships after admission and are not guaranteed.
Fee waiver: We are no longer requiring students to fill out the fee waiver form and submit it to UIC for processing. The form has actually been removed from our registrar website. Students can simply request a fee waiver directly on the UIC transfer application by choosing waiver reason is applicable to them. No additional materials are required.
Our transfer application deadline for the Spring 2021 semester has been extended to November 2nd and our websites do reflect the extension date.
Private Colleges and Universities (PICU) Fair
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 2019 PICU Fair took place on Wednesday, February 27.
lllinois Articulation Initiative (IAI)
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.
If you plan to transfer to another institution, start early and begin by downloading the Transfer Timeline (PDF). The Transfer Timeline can prepare you for upcoming milestones in the transfer process.
If you are pursuing an Associate in Arts degree, click here to watch a video to better understand how to complete a transfer worksheet.
Other Transfer Planning Resources: