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Types of Admission

Undergraduate Admissions

If you're currently in high school or have never attended college, applying for undergraduate admission as an incoming freshman is for you.undergraduate admissions website

Graduate Admissions

If you've already earned a bachelor's degree and are interested in furthering your education with a graduate degree or second bachelor's degree, you'll want to apply for admission to The Graduate School.graduate school website

Transfer Admissions

Looking to make the move to EIU from a community college or another university? Transfer students make up 35 percent of our undergraduate population, and our Office of Transfer Relations is here to ensure a smooth transition.office of transfer relations website



International Admissions

EIU is proud to be an excellent home for students from outside the United States. If you fit that bill, you can apply for international admission. international students and scholars

BGS Admissions

Not all potential students are high school seniors or community college transfers, which is why our BA in General Studies program exists. It is specifically designed to meet the educational goals of mature adults in a format and structure compatible with adult responsibilities.BGS website

RN to BS in Nursing Admissions

Registered nurses (RNs) who are already licensed to practice and newly graduated non-licensed ADN's who are ready to advance to a BSN degree from EIU should apply to our RN to BS in Nursing program.RN to BS in Nursing website



OPD Admissions

The Organizational and Professional Development (OPD) bachelor's degree program revolves around a distinct field of academic study focused on an understanding of the human aspects of professional organizations, aspects such as people, processes and practices. OPD website

Readmission

Did you attend EIU in the past without ever getting a chance to finish up your undergraduate degree? If one or more semesters have passed since you last enrolled, you can apply for readmission to the university and get yourself that diploma.reapply now

Questions

Still have questions, but don't know exactly where to turn? No problem. Just send us a note and we'll make sure to point you in the right direction.submit a question