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If you have received your acceptance letter to Parkland College, here are some of the next steps.
College is more than classes. It's where you learn to become a leader, find new perspectives, and discover things about yourself. We offer 25+ clubs and organizations that help you do just that.
Your college experience can be anything you would like it to be, so don't be afraid to dream big. One way to do that is to study in a foreign country and really learn what other cultures are like.
Parkland's Center for Academic Success in Room D120 is the one-stop learning assistance center for students. We provide peer-tutoring, a writing lab staffed by English faculty, study skills training, and other services.
We will soon send you email about how to set up your Parkland College student accounts. E-tools is a great place to start if you need more help with that process.
Looking for help to pay for classes? Visit Financial Aid for information on grants and scholarships.
A degree-seeking student must have recent assessment scores in math, English, and reading before registering for classes. There are multiple ways to obtain placement. Parkland placement tests, ACT/SAT scores, high school courses and GPA, and previous college work can all be used. ACT/SAT scores as well as high school and college transcripts should all be submitted to Admissions and Records at Admissions@parkland.edu. To determine what testing you will need, please contact the Assessment Center. Until further notice, all placement testing has been moved online and can be completed remotely.
If accommodations are needed:
If you have been diagnosed with a disability and would like testing accommodations, please let us know so we may assist you through Accessibility Services.
New Student Orientation is available online so you are able to complete it at your convenience. You must set up your Parkland College student accounts before you can complete this orientation. Information in these orientation videos will help you navigate resources and services available to you as a Parkland College student.
If you are a degree-seeking student and haven't completed 30 hours of college-level work at Parkland, you will need to meet with an academic advisor. For enrollment, students will work online with their academic advisor to up their schedule at Advising.
If you are a non-degree seeking student and would like help with registration, please email email@example.com. Registration information can be found here.
Here is some other information you may need before starting at Parkland: • Find housing options in the Champaign area: Student Life. • Take a look at the books you will need: Bookstore.• Get your Student ID made: ID Station.• Check out resources at the Parkland Library.• Need tutoring services? Visit the Center for Academic Success.
View tuition deadlines here. If necessary, you may pay by installments through our tuition payment plan.
Check your profile to make sure your address, email, and cell phone information is correct. If this information is not current, please fill out the change of address form.
Ready to apply? Whether you’re a first-time student, took a few years off, or are transferring from another school, your future starts here.
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Get to know us. Tour the campus, get your questions answered, and meet one-on-one with an admissions advisor.