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Illinois is a public graduate school in Champaign, Illinois. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 14,261 graduate students. Of the 118 graduate programs offered at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 26 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are Accounting, Library Science, and Civil Engineering. 28% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
601 E John Street
Champaign, IL 61820

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The University is great for academic exposure. The University focuses on interdisciplinary approach and promotes students to take courses from other departments.
University almost helps everyone with some sort of funding. The overall living cost in UC area is low which also helps a lot of Stevens’s particularly international students. University also has great extra curricular facilities and sports infrastructure. The fact that it is highly ranked and respected the university has a support of one of the largest alumni network in world.
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I am an online student at U of I in a masters program. I was attracted to the programs offered in my field, and the application process was straight-forward. During the applications, admission, and registration experiences, you are truly on your own. My "advisor" was the department head who never returned my emails - the coordinators are even less helpful. I say this because I truly had to learn to be resourceful for my own learning track, without the guidance of anyone in my department. I've enjoyed the coursework so far; it's been challenging, the discussions are enriching, and I feel it's benefiting my education.
Had a great time as an undergrad. Town is a little too centered around the campus as I move into married life and student diversity could be better, but overall it was a good experience. If you are looking for urban amenities, you will be disappointed. If you want the quintessential college experience while getting a solid education, Illinois is the place for you.