Academic Resources

These are just a few of resources students are frequently looking for; if you don’t see what you need, give us a call!

Academic Advising

Need help picking out classes? If you’re an entering first year student, have transferred with less than 30 semester hours, or have not yet declare a major, give the Undergraduate Academic Advising Center a call!
Phone: (217) 206-7471

If you  have more than 30 semester hours and have declared a major in;

The College of Business and Management
Phone: (217) 206-8273

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Phone: (217) 206-7456

The College of Public Affairs
Phone: (217) 206-8545

If you are a Social Work major
Phone: (217) 206-6687

If you are in the Teacher Education Program
Phone: (217) 206-6682

Center for Teaching and Learning

The Center for Teaching and Learning offers free help to students in improving skills in writing, math, and statistics, accounting/economics, science, academic/study skills, and, through a peer tutoring program, virtually any subject taught on campus.

Call to schedule an appointment!

Phone: (217) 206-6503

Course Schedules

The Dynamic Course Schedule is great for finding out how many students have already registered for the courses you’re interest in!

DARS web for Students

What to know how close you are to graduating? Check out DARS web. It will show which classes you’ve completed as well as the classes you still need. Just enter your Enterprise ID and password.

Register/Drop/Withdrawal Information

Do you need to register or drop a class? The Office of Records and Registration can walk you through the steps.Either drop by or call:

Location: UHB 1080
Phone: (217) 206-6174

Experiential and Service-Learning

Want to get out of the classroom and apply the knowledge you’ve learned? Look no further than Experiential and Service-Learning (EXS-L). The Applied Study Term (also known as internships) is a great way to build a resume before you graduate. Some students even get offered jobs before they get their diploma!

Phone: (217) 206-6640

Global Experience / Study Abroad

Earn credit and travel the globe? I’m in! The Global Experience Program provides you with the opportunity to study in another country for either a short stay or a semester-long experience! Learn about different cultures and possibly even pick up the language too.

Phone: (217) 206-8319