Illinois Institute of Technology is still accepting
applications for Fall 2009 enrollment.
Classes begin: August 24, 2009 Orientation: August 19-20
TEN THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT IIT:
The online 2008 College Salary Report issued by PayScale, Inc. ranks students who earn B.S. degrees in engineering from IIT number 12 for highest starting median and mid-career median salaries among graduates from U.S. engineering colleges.
The average starting salary for the IIT class of 2008 was $53,414.
Last year, over 500 companies provided placement, internship, co-op and other professional opportunities for IIT students.
Almost every undergraduate student at IIT—97 percent—receives some form of financial aid.
First-year students are automatically considered for the Heald and University Scholarships (up to $10,000 each annually).
On-campus housing is assured for all first-year students.
Students at IIT are taught by award-winning professors. IIT Pritzker Professor of Science Leon Lederman recently received the 2009 National Space Grant Distinguished Service Award, only the sixth person to do so.
IIT offers competitive sports and is part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletes (NAIA), playing in the Division I level of competition. IIT athletes earn recognition as NAIA All-Americans each year.
IIT's Interprofessional Projects Program provides students the opportunity to work on solving real-world problems via teamwork; students exhibit their work during IPRO Day.
IIT students participate in over 100 co-curricular activities—including student organizations—that host over 600 events every year.
Go here to apply online. Go here to read our viewbook.
To learn more about applying for Fall 2009, please contact Gerald Doyle, Vice Provost of Undergraduate Admission and Financial Aid, at 312.567.5203 or firstname.lastname@example.org.