Statewide Admission Requirements The Illinois State Board of Higher Education has adopted minimum subject requirements for public colleges and universities in an effort to help high school students improve their academic preparation for baccalaureate degree programs. We strongly recommend that students take courses to meet these requirements.
Individual public universities and community colleges may have other subject requirements in effect as well as requirements involving test scores and grade point averages. Some high school courses may not meet college entrance requirements.
|Science (Laboratory sciences)||3.0|
|World Language, Music, Art, and/or Career & Technical Education||2.0|
Detailed information about Public Colleges and Universities in the State of Illinois can be found here:
Community Service Participation
Community Service is highly valued as a means of expanding and enriching the high school experience. District 204 students are strongly encouraged to seek service opportunities. While community service hours are not recorded on transcripts, students should provide this information to college admissions counselors and scholarship review committees through their application, personal statements/essays, and resumes.