Career Services is part of the Office of Academic Programs within the College. It is one of over 25 college- and departmental-based career services offices on campus.
115 ACES Library, Information and Alumni Center
ACES Career Services
ACES Education Abroad is also part of the Academic Programs unit. Staff collaborate closely with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Study Abroad Office and also manage the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences study abroad programs. Services provided regarding studying in a foreign country including advice on selecting an international educational experience, fitting a study abroad experience into a plan of study, and choosing courses abroad. Students can apply for a College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences study abroad scholarship through this office.
123 Mumford Hall
ACES Education Abroad
Any student who is undecided concerning the selection of a major and/or is interested in a pre-professional program may speak to a Division of General Studies advisor. Appointments are required except during express advising periods (during early registration, and during the first week prior to and the first week of each new semester).
CCAAS also hosts drop-in advising hours at several locations on campus, including the Undergraduate Library, Pennsylvania Avenue Residence Halls, Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES), Weston Hall, and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Resources Office. Drop-in hours are open to all undergraduate students, regardless of field of study. Visit DGS online to learn more about drop-in hours at these satellite locations.
Campus Center for Advising and Academic Services – Division of General Studies
807 S. Wright Street, 5th floor, Illini Union Bookstore Building
Technology Services at Illinois is the provider of campus-wide computing, networking, storage, communications, and instructional technology services at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Technology Services partners with campus to provide world-class, innovative, cost effective technologies and services that help foster discoveries and innovations from our researchers, transform the teaching and learning experiences of faculty and students, and improve the efficiency and security of the university's processes and data.
1420 Digital Computer Lab
1304 W. Springfield Avenue
The Counseling Center helps students address academic, relational, and emotional concerns they may experience while enrolled at the University. Counseling Center staff have extensive training and experience working with college students on studying habits, reading & study skills, family difficulties, relationship problems, recovering from trauma, and ability and personality tests.
610 E. John Street
The Division of Disability Resources & Educational Services provides a wide range of services to students with documented disabilities. For example, for students, the Division of Disability Resources and Educations Services provides adapted testing services, assistance with campus accessibility, plans for accommodations, and accessible transportation.
The Illinois Leadership Center is where students access resources for developing personal leadership skills as part of their University of Illinois experience. Based on the philosophy that “Everyone Can Lead,” students can participate in leadership development workshops, complete leadership skills assessments, and meet with leadership consultants for assistance with personal and organizational leadership issues.
290 Illini Union
The Office of the Dean of Students offers University students and their families services in the areas of advocacy, counseling, guidance, orientation, and support. The office also provides the Emergency Dean service 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for students in emergency situations, such as serious illness, accident, family death, or when a student is the victim or a suspect of an alleged criminal offense, hate crime, and harassment.
300 Turner Student Services Building
The Registrar offers services to currently enrolled students. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign students can request official transcripts, view current grade reports, obtain copies of degree audit reports, and receive information on receiving a diploma upon successful completion of degree requirements.
901 W. Illinois Street
Undergraduate Admissions offers a variety of services to applicants to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The site has a wealth of information useful for advisors, including application dates and deadlines for freshmen and transfer applicants, admission requirements, and tips on planning for college that can be shared with prospective students.
901 W. Illinois Street