The Graduate Management Admission Council® administers the GMAT®—the test used by nearly 2000 business schools.
Tuition for Springfield students can be found at this site. For Peoria tuition information please contact the MBA Office at 217/206-7920.
Includes important policies, procedures and deadlines.
Graduate Assistantships are offered within graduate degree programs as well as within other areas of the University.
Graduate Public Service Internship Program
A placement with the GPSI program can help fund your MBA education!
The Whitney M. Young Fellowship
A memorial to Whitney M. Young Jr., this program is aimed at helping the campus achieve a rich and diverse educational environment and increasing the opportunities in graduate education for highly self-motivated students who are underrepresented in graduate study at UIS.
View an overhead map of the campus.
All vehicles parked on University property by full or part-time students must have a parking decal.
The i-card is the official University of Illinois identification card. It contains your UIN (university ID number.)
Net ID / Enterprise ID
The NetID allows access to campus specific sites and services such as email and Blackboard. The EnterpriseID is used to register for classes and access services such as Financial Aid and Student Accounts/Billing.
Enterprise (See Quick Links)
Enterprise is where students register, receive grades, update personal information, view an account, complete graduation action steps, etc.
Learn how to identify your UIS email address and access webmail.
Blackboard is a course management system that allows courses to be delivered partially or entirely on the Internet.
Online Learning Resources
The MBA is a blended degree program. There are online and blended courses, but even on campus courses can be supplemented with online learning.
The ITS Technology Support Center [TSC] is the primary point of contact for technology questions, problems, and issues.
Students can view, save and print E-Bills (official billing statement) online.
All new students must meet immunization requirements by the 10th day of the first semester at UIS if Fall or Spring. If Summer is the first term at UIS, requirements must be met by the 5th day of the term.
If severe weather threatens, the decision to cancel classes is posted here.