The teachers are great. All professors are required to have a few office hours open for students to ask for help. If you don't have to see you professor, you can always ask your T.A. They have to have office hours too. I find the T.A. helpful because they are students too and usually give you ideas on how to student certain materials. Also, UIC has a lot of private learning resources and sessions on how to study better.
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I have had the chance to visit the university of Illinois at Chicago. I spoke to many alumni and faculty members who only had positive things to say. I love the location of the campus. It is in the heart of Chicago, where almost everything social takes place and is just an hour from home.» Read More
A big, diverse, inexpensive, (mostly) commuter university right in the middle of the city. I commute, but I've made a lot of friends on campus through classes and activities and I still like being at school a lot. The school seems to be trying its hardest to create more of a campus community.» Read More
Chicago is a beautiful city and so is the campus of UIC. For the most part, the professors are below average and the class sizes are too large. There will always be exceptions and you may find your passion in the right class with the right professor.» Read More
UIC is a very unique university. The diversity, structure, and architecture of UIC make it a constant adventure through your academic career. Students grow and learn so much, not just about academics, but about themselves at UIC.» Read More
The classes, in general, are good. The music and theatre departments are small but very well developed and contain a great number of talented students. The campus is not that pretty, but Chicago should be pretty enough to make up for a less then perfect college campus.» Read More