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Consumer information statement
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SWIC Facts > >
Student statistics- , based on 2016-17 IPEDS surveys > >
Student body diversity
Fall retention rate
Graduation/completion and transfer-out rates
Percentage of Pell Grant recipients
Number of students receiving athletically related student aid
Acceptable use policy
Accreditation > >
Academic Quality Improvement Program
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FERPA > >
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Transferring to another school
Illinois Articulation Initiative – general education courses
Transferology is a part of the iTransfer site for all Illinois students and academic advisors that tells you not only what courses transfer, but how they count toward a specific bachelor’s degree, too!
Paralegal Studies articulation agreements > >