Working cooperatively with other Illinois two-year colleges, Illinois Central College participates in the Comprehensive Agreement Regarding the Expansion of Education Resources. The intent of this agreement is to expand the career and technical educational programs that are provided to students within District 514, as well as offering our programs to Illinois students from outside District 514.
The Comprehensive Agreement Regarding the Expansion of Education Resources reduces the student’s tuition obligation to the current in-district rate of the receiving institution.
The agreement works in two ways:
- A District 514 student can enroll in a career and technical education curriculum (program) that is not offered by Illinois Central College but is offered by a participating two-year college.
- A non-District 514 student can enroll at ICC in a career and technical education curriculum (program) that is not offered by their home community college district.
- Black Hawk College
- Carl Sandburg College
- City of Colleges of Chicago
- College of DuPage
- College of Lake County
- Danville Community College
- Elgin Community College
- Heartland Community College
- Highland Community College
- Illinois Central College
- Illinois Eastern Community College
- Illinois Valley Community College
- John A. Logan College
- John Wood Community College
- Joliet Junior College
- Kankakee Community College
- Kaskaskia College
- Kishwaukee Community College
- Lake Land College
- Lewis and Clark Community College
- Lincoln Land Community College
- McHenry County College
- Moraine Valley Community College
- Morton College
- Oakton Community College
- Parkland College
- Prairie State College
- Rend Lake College
- Richland Community College
- Rock Valley Colleges
- Sauk Valley Community College
- Shawnee Community College
- South Suburban College
- Southeastern Community College
- Southwestern Illinois College
- Spoon River College
- Triton College
- Waubonsee Community College
- William Rainey Harper College
For more information on the CAREER Agreement, contact Illinois Central College Enrollment Services, Room L211 or [email protected].
Your application to attend a community college outside of the Illinois Central College District must be returned to Enrollment Services at Illinois Central College at least 30 days prior to the start of the term in which you intend to begin the specified program. Applicant must be a legal resident of Illinois Central College District #514. Proof of legal residency may be required in some cases.
This form is ONLY for students who live in ICC’s district who want to attend another college as defined above. Students from other districts who wish to attend ICC must start that process with their home community college district.
The form below must be completed each academic year.
Fields marked with the * are required.