Non-degree registration for the Fall 2023 semester opens in mid-July (date TBA). Enrollment will close two weeks before the first day of class.
If you are interested in receiving updates regarding course registration and deadlines via email, please subscribe to the iSchool Non-degree Programs listserv.
Instructions to enroll for the Fall semester:
- Review the list of available courses listed below.
Our non-degree course options change every semester.
- Submit a Request to Enroll Form.
Completing this form does not enroll you into a course.
- Your request will be approved or denied.
It may take up to 5 business days to learn the status of your request.
- If your request to enroll is approved, you will be emailed that instructions about how to officially enroll.
Enrollment is managed by CITL, who handles all non-degree course enrollment for the university.
- Follow the instructions for enrollment sent by CITL.
Once completed, CITL will confirm your enrollment and bill you. 1 week before your course begins, you will receive a welcome email from the iSchool with course website access.
Fall 2023 Non-Degree Courses
All non-degree classes are online, unless otherwise noted. You can find more information about these courses, such as the instructor name or course description, by searching UIUC Course Explorer.
Please note: this list is not a guarantee of availability. Some course details may change before classes begin.
To begin the registration process, fill out the Request to Enroll Form stating your interest. This is not the same as class registration and does not guarantee a spot in your desired classes.
- All listed times are in Central Time (CST).
- The Academic Calendar for Fall 2022 can be found at this link.
- Requests are approved based on many factors, including (but not limited to) availability of seats and the number of requests to enroll.
- iSchool courses are offered as either 2 or 4 credit hours. Some courses are offered as Variable Credit, with some students in the class registered for 2 credit hours with lighter workloads, and others registered for 4 credit hours with larger workloads. For Variable Credit classes, students must determine their credit hour preference.
- Unless otherwise specified, non-degree courses at the iSchool are online, synchronous classes. These courses require students to log in and participate at a specific time each week, plus completing weekly reading and homework assignments.
A list of common questions and answers can be found in the FAQs tab. Other questions can be directed to Anna Elizabeth Mitchell, at email@example.com (preferred contact method), or at (217) 333-4601.