Purpose of the Illinois Institute of Technology Undergraduate Bulletin
This bulletin describes the academic programs and resources, policies, procedures, and student services in effect at the time of publication. It is a primary source of information for undergraduate students, faculty, and the administration.
General information regarding the history of the university, the setting of the campus, and campus life is also included. These sections can be used by prospective students and others to gain an understanding of the university as a whole.
The programs described in this bulletin are applicable to those students who enter Illinois Institute of Technology in the academic year 2019–2020. Students follow the programs described in the bulletin in effect at the time of their first registration.
Changes in programs and policies often occur before a new bulletin is published. A faculty adviser from the student’s major department is the best source for current curriculum information. The Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs can refer students to the appropriate administrative office for current policies and procedures. Many policies in this bulletin are also found at iit.edu/registrar.
Illinois Institute of Technology is a multicultural community that values and respects its members. We take pride in the fact that our faculty, staff, and students come from various backgrounds and all parts of the world, and we welcome their diverse perspectives and contributions. It is our policy to provide a working and learning environment in which faculty, staff, and students are able to realize their full potential as productive members of the university community.
To this end, Illinois Institute of Technology affirms its commitment to equal opportunity and nondiscrimination in employment and education for all qualified individuals regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, applicable veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. Further, the university is committed to taking affirmative action to increase opportunities at all levels of employment and to increase opportunities for participation in programs and activities by all faculty, staff, and students.
Every member of the Illinois Institute of Technology community: faculty, staff, and student, is expected to cooperate fully in meeting these goals.
Any student, applicant, or employee of Illinois Institute of Technology who believes that they have received inequitable treatment because of discrimination violating the university’s stated policy of equal opportunity in employment and in education should communicate, either in writing or in person, with the Director, Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action, IIT Tower, Illinois Institute of Technology.
For descriptions of graduate programs and courses, see the Illinois Tech Bulletin: Graduate Programs or visit the website web.iit.edu/gaa. For descriptions of law programs and courses, see the Chicago-Kent College of Law website (kentlaw.iit.edu).
The information in this bulletin is subject to change without notice. Changes will be duly published. See iit.edu.
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