Acceptance Rate 59.82%
Yield (Enrollment Ratio) 20.16%
Applying To Illinois Colleges
The average acceptance rate is 59.82% at Illinois colleges and universities, a total of 430,629 students applied and 257,605 were accepted. The average undergraduate application fees is $64 and the graduate application fees is $52. The following table presents the general admission information for applying to Illinois colleges.
|Open Admission Policy||135 out of 239 schools|
|Undergraduate Application Fees||$64|
|Graduate Application Fees||$52|
|Yield (Enrollment Rate)||20.16%|
|Test Scores||1,130 SAT / 24 ACT|
Acceptance Rates and Headcounts
For the academic year 2022-2023, total 430,629 students (186,797 men and 242,851 women) applied to and 257,605 (103,658 men and 153,748 women) students were accepted to admit Illinois Colleges. Among them, 23,268 men and 28,652 women were enrolled into Illinois schools.
The average acceptance rate is 59.82% and admission yield (enrollment rate) is 20.16%. The table below shows the Illinois colleges admission statistics including admission and enrolment rates.
|Yield (Enrollment Rate)||20.16%||22.45%||18.64%|
Average SAT and ACT Scores
In Illinois, 2 colleges require SAT and ACT score and 5 colleges recommend them to their applicant. In addition, 44 colleges consider the test score in selection process, while it is not required.
14,855 students (35.00%) submitted their SAT scores and 8,192 students (19.00%) submitted their ACT scores for seeking degrees. For score submitters, SAT 75th percentile score is 1,237 and 25th percentile score is 1,023. For ACT scores, 75th percentile score is 27 and 25th percentile score is 21.
The following table shows the detailed SAT and ACT scores distribution of first-time enrolled students at Illinois colleges and universities.
|25th Percentile||75th Percentile|
|Evidence-Based Reading and Writing||516||621|
Calendar System and Accepted Credits
In Illinois State, 123 schools use semester calendar systems and 15 schools are based on quarter system. Next table lists the number of schools with their calendar systems.
Next table describes credits that Illinois colleges and universities are accepting for their students
52 Illinois schools require High School GPA and 61 schools require High School Record (or Transcript). The test scores such as SAT and ACT are required by 2 Illinois colleges. Next table summarizes the application requirements for applying to Illinois colleges.
|High School GPA||52||6|
|High School Rank||3||20|
|High School Record (or Transcript)||61||1|
|Completion of College Preparatory Program||23||23|
|Formal Demonstration of Competencies||4||8|
|Admission Test Scores||2||5|
|Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)||4||1|
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