Before you complete your transfer and start studying at Illinois State, you must send us some official documents.
Send your final college transcript(s) to the Office of Admissions before classes start. If you have earned an A.A. or A.S. degree, make sure it is posted on your final transcript.
Please send your transcripts to:
Illinois State University
Office of Admissions
Campus Box 2200
Normal, IL 61790-2200
All students must have proof of health immunizations on file with Student Health Services by the 15th day of classes of their first term to avoid a late fee and being blocked from future class registration.
Your doctor or a public health clinic staff member must certify that you have had a tetanus/diphtheria (T/D) vaccine within the last 10 years and two measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccines since your first birthday.
Visit HealthServices.IllinoisState.edu or call (309) 438-7559 for more information about health services.
In August, all new students come to campus a few days before classes start. This give you time to get settled into your new place, get acquainted with campus, buy your books, and participate in Welcome Week. Make sure you review the schedule as there are some mandatory events, as well as transfer student-specific sessions.
In January, transfer students attend Welcome Day. This event is designed specifically for transfer students, allowing you to connect with other students and learn about campus resources and involvement.
Students will be charged a nonrefundable fee for these events.