I've learned things so far in every course I've taken and have met really great professors and instructors. You learn a lot from the people as well. They're from all over the world.
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UIUC is a community of not only 30,000 undergrads, but also 10,000 graduate students and the greater Champaign-Urbana area. This contributes to its diversity and rich culture, giving students opportunities in almost any interest they could wish to pursue. Courses are challenging, yet though-provoking, and some of the best interactions are found in the classroom.» Read More
Relative to my experience as a transfer student the school does an excellent job at providing assistance and the advisers will do their best to make sure you have an easy transition. The classes are always serious there is no room for slacking here its big change from community college were you are always reminded of the fact that you are in a university. It's campus is nice and well maintained as well so overall it is a nice place to study and good environment.» Read More
This may sound dramatic, but I've never been happier in my life than my time at the University of Illinois. There are so many opportunities and amazing people here. U of I is the right school for you if you want a big school with a small campus feel.» Read More
UofI is a great school and gives people the opportunity to live how they would like. You can find your small niche and spend time with those people or you can be a part of many organizations. Overall a school for people who like to explore and experience many new things.» Read More
The University of Illinois challenges you to become the successful individual that you are meant to be. It prepares you for your career not just in the classroom but there are many opportunities to join academic clubs that relate to your major as well as interning and job opportunities. Expect to be faced with challenges that will allow you to learn and grow at the University of Illinois.» Read More