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Thursday, April 7, 2022 – University Day | 10AM-2PM 

University Day, 10am-2pm, Student Cafeteria | RECEIVE A CONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE ON-THE-SPOT!
Students will have the opportunity to book a 30-minute one-on-one appointment* with a university admissions representative (students can meet with more than one university representative). All appointments will be face-to-face only. All students who participate in this event will receive a pre-admissions decision based on unofficial transcripts. *If a student receives a Conditional Acceptance, Morton College will mail your official transcripts for FREE to each school after the event (limit of 5 Official Transcripts per student).

On University Day you can:


Sign up link: 

*You must register by March 31st, to be eligible to receive up to 5 FREE official transcripts (if conditionally accepted). On the day of the event, you will receive an unofficial evaluation to meet with the university representative. All official transcripts will be mailed to the university at the end of the spring semester.  If you have a HOLD or RESTRICION on your account, you MUST clear the restriction ASAP. Otherwise, the College cannot release any of your transcripts (official or unofficial).

** UIC will not be able to guarantee an admission decision or provide conditional acceptance. UIC Admissions will try its best on determining admissions decisions based on the students who register. UIC encourages all students to submit their application and related materials (transcripts, letters, etc.) before the event for the application to be reviewed. For students who register and do not have an application decision, we will gladly transition to an appointment-style interaction.

QUESTIONS? Contact Rodolfo Yañez, 708-656-8000 ext. 2250 or email

Participating Universities:

Joshua Davis
Director of Transfer Admission

Transfer Admission Requirements:
Require a minimum cumulative gpa of 2.0 on all college/university coursework attempted. 

Application Link (no fee):

CUC scholarships: .

DREAMER and DACA students can qualify for merit awards and scholarships.

Cynthia Delgadillo
Assistant Director| Transfer Admission and the Adult Enrollment Center
P: (312) 362-6529 | Mobile (texting): (312) 820-8417

Transfer Admission Requirements:

  1. Cumulative GPA: 2.0 cumulative gpa for Liberal Arts, Science & Health, Computing, Communication and Business majors. (2.5 GPA for Education majors).
  2. Number of Transferable College Credits Needed – no minimum hours needed but if student has less than 24 semester hours earned, we will also need high school transcript and the minimum gpa should be a 2.5 from high school. 

Scholarship Links:

  1. Transfer Scholarships:
  2. DREAMER/DACA Resources:

Application link:

Michael D. Morsovillo
Director of Transfer Admission | Enrollment Management & Marketing
Adjunct Assistant Professor in Arts and Sciences
P: 708-524-6793 / 708-207-4173 (work cell)

Transfer Admission Requirements:

Juan Gonzalez

DDP Transfer Specialist

P: 708-235-7534

Transfer Admission Requirements:

Erasto [Eddie] Martinez-Nieto
Sr. Asst. Director of Transfer Admission
P: 773.508.7444

Admission Requirements:
A completed/submitted free online transfer application
A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher
Note: Supplemental application materials (optional): personal statement/essay, resume, letters of recommendation

Items not required: ACT/SAT test scores, high school transcripts  

Online Application URL:

Scholarship Information:
Automatic merit-based transfer scholarship consideration.  No separate application required for merit-based transfer scholarship and PTK scholarship consideration. But students can click here to learn about our merit-based transfer scholarships and PTK scholarships. Note: Dreamer scholarship is only available to admitted students after they receive their official acceptance letter via their application portal.

List of Majors:

Financial Aid Info:

Tuition and Fee Info:

Anna Figueroa
Outreach Enrollment Specialist
P: 312-261-3089

Joselyn Sanchez
Transfer Coordinator
P: (773) 442-4145 

Transfer Admission Requirements:

  1. Students must have at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA
  2. Students must be in good academic standing with previous college or university
  3. Students must have at least 24 transferable college credits. If the students does not have 24 transferable credit hours then they must also meet freshman requirements for admission

 Items Needed for Admission:

  • Official transcripts from any previously attended college or universities
  • If student took credits outside of the USA, official course by course evaluated transcripts will be required


Transfer Scholarship Information

Golden Opportunity Scholarship

PTK scholarship

NEIU for YOU Scholarship

Elaine Warner
Transfer Counselor
P: 773-519-6547 

Transfer Admission Requirements:
2.0 cumulative GPA, at least 15 transferable credit hours, and all official materials.

Application Link

Scholarships: to full time students between $8,000-$10,000 based on GPA at the time of admission. This is a 4-year annual scholarship.

PTK Scholarship: $1,000 for full-time, $500 for part time

Dreamer Grant participant.

Danny Alonso
Transfer Admissions Counselor
P: (773) 298-3060 

Transfer Admission Requirements:

  • 2.0 cumulative college GPA

Application Link (no application fee!)

Scholarship Directory 

Guaranteed Admission/Dual Degree Partnerships - please contact Eileen Luce at,

Transfer Guide

Akangkha Khan
Senior Admissions and Recruitment Counselor
P: (708) 815-0384

Transfer Admission Requirements:

submit a UIC Transfer Application - To apply, students will need to submit application and transcripts for coursework completed after high school.

Transfer Resource Page - Transfer applicants are recommended to have a minimum number of credit hours and specific coursework completed at the time of application. Students may visit the Transfer Resource Page to review transfer guides, deadlines, and the recommended coursework for their major.

 Scholarship Links:

Students are automatically considered for all departmental and merit-based scholarships when they submit their application to UIC, therefore no additional application is required. Please note, funding is limited and is first-come, first-served. Therefore, students interested in scholarships should apply as soon as possible and take advantage of the FAFSA/RISE Act Form. Incoming transfer students can view scholarship opportunities here. Once students are admitted and enrolled at UIC, they are able to apply for UIC Snap for additional funding.

Partnership Program Links:

Students studying at Morton College are eligible for TAG to allow eligible students guaranteed admission to UIC.

Additional Resources: - UIC utilizes Transferology to verify how certain coursework completed at different colleges may transfer into a specific academic program at UIC.

UIC Transfer Lab video - will guide students through the program and determine how courses transfer to a specific academic program. 

Transfer Colleges & Universities Information:

Contact: Walter Moore

Contact: Cynthia Delgadillo
Phone: 312.362.6529

Contact: Ricardo Aguilar
Phone: 708.524.6834

Contact: Juan Gonzalez
Phone: 815.325.2472
Scholarships: AIM High Scholarships, DDP Promise Scholarship, DDP Honors Scholarship

Contact: Jamie Mandolini
Phone: 312.567.3027
Scholarships/Other Information:
Transfer Tuition Scholarship, Phi Theta Kappa, Presidential Scholarship, Chicago Police and Fire Scholarship

Transfer Guides for Morton College Students interested in Illinois Tech

Illinois Tech Visit Page

Illinois Tech Transfer Page

Contact: Laura Dreyer
Phone: 847-951-6307
Merit-based scholarships ranging from $15,500 - $19,500 per year. PTK Students get an additional $2000 per year.

Contact: Rey Diaz
Phone: 773.481.6659
Here you will find over 600 scholarship opportunities available for you as an admitted SIU student.

Contact: Daniel Lamoureux
Phone: 708-456-0300 EXT: 3690

Contact: Alexandria Rodriguez
Website: for general transfer info and for presentations, chat, and appointments
Scholarships/Other Information:
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.

For more information on PICU, visit their website. PICU also offers scholarships to students attending one of their members schools. For more information, visit PICU online scholarships.

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.

Transfer Planning

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:

College Navigator:

College Scorecard:

How Will My Coursework Transfer to Another Institution?

Two free websites, iTransfer and Transferology, allow you to:

  • View course equivalencies
  • View program requirements
  • Enter and store course work

Request an evaluation of transfer work in relation to a program

Click here to watch a video on a step-by-step tutorial on using Transferology.


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