Illinois Tech Students
Prospective students who wish to take courses online at Illinois Institute of Technology generally must first be admitted to a degree, certificate, or professional development program. For specific information on admission to these programs, please visit Graduate Admission or the Professional Learning Programs pages.
Individuals are welcome to apply to take courses in a non-degree capacity. Non-degree status does not confer automatic admission into a degree-granting program and limits to the number of overall credits that can be taken. For more information, visit the Certificate and Non-Degree Applicants page.
Students taking Digital Learning courses are Illinois Tech students and are subject to all of the same policies and procedures as on-campus students in face-to-face courses.
Illinois Institute of Technology is required to provide all prospective and current students with the contact information of the state agency or agencies that handle complaints against postsecondary education institutions offering distance learning within that state. IIT expects the should any student have any concerns, issues, or complaints, the issues are raised and resolved within the institution and its processes. Please see your department or the IIT Office of the Ombudsperson for details.
Should distance learning students need to raise their concerns above the institutional level, students may find their state and its appropriate agency in the Student Complaint Information by State Report published by the State Higher Education Executive Officers Association (SHEEO).
Center for Disability Resources
IIT’s Center for Disability Resources (CDR) coordinates the university’s efforts to accommodate students with disabilities, including students taking courses through Digital Learning. If you would like to discuss accommodations for your Digital Learning classes, please contact the CDR at 312-567-5744 or via email at email@example.com.
All accommodations for students with disabilities are determined on an individualized basis. Students are advised to contact the CDR either before the class begins or at the beginning of the semester to submit appropriate documentation and discuss accommodations. If you need an accommodation for your Digital Learning course (testing accommodations, textbooks in an alternate format, etc.), contact the CDR to request this. Advance planning is critical to ensuring that accommodations are provided in a timely manner.