Overall Illinois College Acceptance Rate
Accepted Applicants Profile
- SAT Scores: 860 - 1060
- ACT Scores: 18 - 25
How Hard Is It to Get into Illinois College
Applicant Selectivity: Moderately Selective
The selectivity of applicants for undergraduate admissions to Illinois is considered moderately selective. Many accepted applicants score in the mid-range on the SAT or ACT exam, as well as having a solid high school GPA and number of college prep courses.
How Does Illinois College Compare to Other Liberal Arts Colleges in IL
General Recommendations & Requirements for Admissions
Students applying to Illinois College should submit a high school transcript that reflects at least four years of English, three years of math and two years of lab science, social science and foreign language. Math classes should go at least up to Algebra 2, and four years of math may improve your chance of acceptance.
SAT or ACT scores aren’t required for admission, but you will need to submit these scores before you can schedule classes after admission. All students must complete an application essay, and you’re encouraged to include additional information regarding community service, extracurricular activities and leadership experiences.
Number of Applicants, Percent Admitted, and Enrolled Students
Average Standardized Test Scores
|SAT Section||Score Range|
|Critical Reading||430 - 530|
|Math||430 - 530|
|Total Score:||860 - 1060|
|ACT Section||Score Range|
|Composite Score:||18 - 25|