A career exploration and networking event at the School of Labor & Employment Relations
Are you interested in a people-focused, business-driven career with global possibilities?
Join current LER students to learn more about a Master of Human Resources and Industrial Relations degree.
Topics include: application process, curriculum, first-hand experiences with recruitment for internships and full-time employment, and “What is HR?”
Thursday, November 9th
6:00 to 8:00 pm
Wagner Education Center,
School of Labor & Employment Relations
504 East Armory Avenue
Champaign, IL 61820
**RSVP is required via Handshake or email to Jason Boys at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Last day to drop a full-semester course without a W
- Last day to request C/NC for a full-semester course (go to http://publish.illinois.edu/businessmajors/forms/)
- Last day to request Grade Replacement for a full-semester course (go to 1055 BIF)
Registration days and times will be posted on October 23, 2017. Directions for checking your registration eligibility (also called a time ticket), can be found by:
If you’re a continuing student, go to the UI Integrate Student Self-Service client at apps.uillinois.edu → Classic Registration → Registration Eligibility → You may register during the following times (your time and date will be listed here).
This section will update about two weeks before the beginning of advance registration (October 23, 2017 for spring & winter 2018 registration). This will show the earliest time you can begin using Student Self-Service to make a schedule. You’ll need your Enterprise ID and password to access your Student Self-Service.
If you’re unable to access your Student Self-Service, make sure you’ve established an enterprise password. If you have a password and you still can’t gain access, or if you’ve forgotten your password, contact the UI Integrate help service at apps.uillinois.edu/Help.html
Priority time tickets are assigned to continuing students, meaning those taking University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign coursework in the current term. Be aware that if you are not currently enrolled in U of I classes, you are not considered a continuing student and thus will receive an “open” time ticket. Open tickets allow registration after all priority ticket holders have been allowed to register. Keep this in mind if are not enrolled for a semester and plan in advance as much as possible the classes you will want to take upon your return.
Winter Session is Back!
This winter, Illinois is offering 35 high-quality courses taught by Illinois faculty and delivered in a condensed, online format over the winter break. Winter Session begins December 22, 2017 and ends January 13, 2018.
Important information for students.
- Winter Session 2017-2018 begins on December 22, 2017, and ends January 13, 2018.
- Priority registration begins for Winter 2017/2018 in conjunction with Spring 2018 on October 30, 2017.
- Students may enroll in one class during Winter Session.
More information (including cost/financial aid) is available at online.illinois.edu/winter
What: PRMIA Risk Management Challenge 2018
Description: challenge opportunity open to undergraduate and graduate students to solve realistic business problems with a risk management focus. Includes 2 case studies that simulate up-to-date real-life rish management challenges. Winning team will win up to $10,000 cash award.
When: early January (preliminary round) conducted online; regional competitions following in various cities worldwide; International Championship round – April 13, 2018.
Registration: Team of 3-4; www.prmia.org/prmc; $100 regisrration fee per team. Deadline January 5, 2018.
More info here: PRMIA-University_RiskChallenge2018
Study Abroad Update
Deadline for Spring Break Applications: Wednesday, November 15th
Go and change your life!
Short-Term Program Opportunities During Spring Break 2018…
- ROME – The Business and Culture of Food (open to all BUS undergrads)
- BRAZIL – Coffee Supply Chain (open to all BUS undergrads)
- ISRAEL – James Scholar International Experience (open to all BUS James Scholars)
- PANAMA – Global Business Brigades
- ARGENTINA – Entrepreneurs Without Borders
APPLY NOW! SPACE IS LIMITED. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
The 2017 Graduate & Professional School Fair offers Illinois students the opportunity to interact with representatives from 135+ different schools & programs from across the country and around the world!
Search for programs by Program Category or Keyword at go.illinois.edu/GPFair (or on our app- see below)
All undergraduates, graduate students, staff, and alumni are invited to attend to collect information and engage with representatives about advanced education offerings.
Programs from various disciplines will be in attendance at the fair, including Business, Biomedical Sciences, Psychology, Public Health, Engineering. Medicine, and hundreds more!
*RSVP to receive updates about schools/programs attending the fair.
*Attire is casual.
*Open-house style (visit and depart as convenient)
*Search “Illinois Career Fair Plus” in the App Store or Google Play to find the app
The Fall 2017 Final Exam schedule including, dates, times, and locations is now available by course in Course Explorer. Students may login to Course Explorer and myIllini for a personalized exam schedule. Visit the Office of the Registrar website if you need a comprehensive list of all final exams. Updates to the exam schedule occur daily at 9am.
As a reminder, exams will also be given on Saturday, December 16th this semester.
Final exam policy information is available in the Student Code. Additional resources for students/instructors are available on the Student Assistance Center section of the Office of the Dean of Students website.
Is Supply Chain Management the right fit for me?
Supply Chain Managers are a special breed – innovative enough to think creatively, yet meticulous enough to forecast the big picture. Are you thorough? Do you enjoy long-term planning? The Supply Chain Management major is a rigorous program open only to select students – you’ll need to fill out an application and interview with faculty to ensure it is the major for you.
Supply Chain Management applications will be accepted from October 2, 2017 through October 15, 2017. Sophomores in the College of Business are able to apply. Juniors may also apply, but graduation in May of 2019 is not guaranteed. A minimum 3.25 GPA is required to apply to the program.
Application available at: https://business.illinois.edu/ba/undergraduate/supply-chain/