U of I Concurrent Enrollment

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F1 students attending another college or university (concurrent students) must follow our application process to take transfer credit classes at Parkland. If you are a degree seeking student at another college, please apply to Parkland as a non-degree seeking student. Follow the steps below and contact us at 217/351-2890 if you have any questions.
 
Step 1: Submit an application and additional documents: Page 1 of your current I-20 (first time applicants only)
  • Please type or print this application form and attach it to email to: internationaladmissions@parkland.edu
  • or mail it to International Admissions, U233, Parkland College, 2400 West Bradley Avenue, Champaign, IL 61821-1899 or fax it to 217/353-2640.
  • or stop by the International Admissions office, U233 to complete an application form.
  • University of Illinois students only: include your academic history and a completed and signed      International Student Concurrent Enrollment form
 Step 2: Wait for an email with admission information
  • Contact us via email: internationaladmissions@parkland.edu if you have any questions.
Step 3: Seek advice from your college counselor to make sure Parkland classes will transfer to your college.
 
Step 4: Assessment -  required due to prerequisites.
 Call the Assessment Center at 217/351-2432 to schedule an appointment;  Assessment Center

Step 5: Activate your online resources

My.parkland.edu
My.parkland.edu is the online resource to access Parkland student information. You will use my.parkland.edu for a variety of reasons including registering for classes,  paying tuition, and checking grades. My.parkland.edu also has links to all of our other online systems including Cobra Learning and Student Email.
  1. Click here to log in: my.parkland.edu
  2. Enter your username (it's the same as your Parkland student email username. If you’re not sure what this is, click the "What is my Username?" link).
  3. Enter your password. This will be your date of birth (mmddyy, no dashes or slashes). For example, March 27, 1990 birthday would be 032790. As you log in the first time, the system will prompt you to set a new password (a security issue), so just follow the steps.

Student email
You will use your student email account to keep in contact with your instructors, to receive information from International Admissions, and to receive important campus wide announcements.
  1. Click here to log in: stu.parkland.edu
  2. Your username is your first initial, last name, and a number. Click the Need to find your account information? to find your username.
  3. Your password is the last five digits of your social security number.
    Note: changing this password does not change your my.parkland, or online learning passwords.

Step 7: Registration
You are eligible to register for classes after allowing 2-3 days after receiving the email with your student ID information. Log in to my.parkland.edu and select the Registration link from the WebAdvisor tab on the upper left side of the page.
Need help registering? Click for Registration information or call the technical support desk at 217/353-3333. Watch the "Check Out WebAdvisor" video to learn more about the resources available.
 
Step 8. Pay for classes
Call the business office at 217/351-2233 if you have any questions.
Payment Options

Step 9. Get your student ID in U111
Call the student life office at 217/351-2206 if you have any questions.
Student Life

Step 10. Buy your books
Bookstore

Step 11. Find your classes
Maps
 
 

From the dean of academic services

If you plan to take summer online classes while overseas…

Please be advised of the following:
  • There are different summer sessions. You are responsible for knowing when your summer class begins and ends.
  • You need to buy required textbooks before you leave the United States and bring them with you. An online class does not necessarily mean e-textbooks.
  • Although unlikely, technical difficulties with the online learning management system may occur while you are overseas.
Any of the above situations may not be sufficient grounds for you to request a drop-without-record and refund of tuition.

 
 

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Paul Young
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