Undergraduates-at-large are individuals who are not seeking a degree at Chicago State University and are in need of taking a credit baring course. Students may complete up to 30 semester hours as an undergraduate-at-large.
Undergraduate students may attend the university as at-large in either of the following categories:
• Individuals who attend or attended a regionally accredited college or university
and who can demonstrate good academic standing at the last institution attended; or
• Individuals who wish to enroll as part of a special program or a cooperative
agreement between the university and another institution.
To be considered an Undergraduate-at-Large student, a prospective applicant must download the Undergraduate-at-Large application and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at Cook Administration building Room 126 along with the following requirements:
• Verification of good academic standing (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) at the last
college/university attended (official or unofficial transcript, last grade
statement showing cumulative GPA or letter from the registrar or dean
of the college).
• $25 non-refundable Application fee
NOTE: Undergraduate-at-large students are not eligible for financial aid or merit scholarship and will not receive an evaluation of previous college credit.