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About Illinois College
Illinois College offers more than 45 majors in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences subjects. It launches students into thriving careers in public service, medicine, education and other professional fields. The student populations in this college are about 1,000.
In addition to that, a rich array of experiential learning opportunities complements the academic program for students. For example, there are Study Abroad program, student-faculty research, internships, community service projects and Division III athletics.
The Illinois State Capitol is located in Springfield, a 30-mile drive from Jacksonville along Interstate 72. St. Louis, Missouri, is only 90 miles to the south, and Chicago is a four-hour drive north.
Residence hall life adds exciting dimensions to a student's overall campus experience. Late night talks and sharing daily experiences create lasting friendships and networks of support. Staff members bring professors and programs into each residence hall to extend learning beyond classroom boundaries. Students have strong affection for their residence hall experience and enjoy their home away from home.
- Crampton Hall
- Ellis Hall
- Garden Hall
- Greene Hall
- Lincoln Hall
- Mundinger Hall
- Pixley Hall
- Turner Hall
Courses available 10Accounting & Finance 1 Applied, Pure Sciences 2 Business, Management 1 Computer Science, IT 2 Creative Arts & Design 2 Humanities & Social Sciences 3
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