Academic Advising is KEY to help you reach your educational goals!
We can assist you in signing up for classes (full-time or part-time), choosing classes that best transfer to the 4-year university of your choice or get you to the career of your dreams, and selecting your courses within your decided program of study.
First Time Students
If you are a first time student to ICC, academic advising is a key step to your success. Once you complete your testing, we want to connect you with one of our advisors. During your advising session, you will get the key information you need to be successful, meet with an academic advisor to select your courses and get enrolled in your classes. We will also teach students how to access their student email and eServices. We offer several options for advising:
- Make an appointment with General Advising (all transfer students or undecided students) by calling (309) 694-5281
- Make an appointment with Department Advising (all career and technical programs, including Health Careers) by finding your advisor from the link below or call general advising for assistance.
* Note: Students with qualifying ACT and SAT scores as well as AP and other scores may be exempt from testing. If you’re not sure, look over our Do I Need a Placement Test information sheet. If you are exempt from testing, register for your session today!
Find Your Advisor and Make An Appointment
Many programs have a specific advisor for you to meet with and plan out your academic time with us.
You can find your advisor based upon your selected program of study with MyICC. Follow this menu path after logging in: Main Menu » Self Service » Academic Records » My Advisors. Or take a look at the link below, find your program of study and contact the advisor listed!
If your assigned advisor in eServices is listed by name, please contact the faculty member directly to make an appointment. If your assigned advisor is listed as a department, please use the scheduler below to make an appointment.
Not Sure What to Study?
Give us a call at (309) 694-5281 or stop by our offices. We can work with you to match your interests and abilities with a program of study.