Lists current university employee salaries by department.
Lists human resource policies of the University of Illinois for students, academic staff, and civil service personnel.
This document articulates University of Illinois’ policy and procedures on integrity in research and publication for students, staff, and faculty.
States the policies applicable to all employees on instances of conflict of interest because of activities outside the university.
The Provost’s Communications are designed to assist in recruiting, evaluating, and retaining academic personnel of the highest quality.
This nondiscrimination policy applies to admissions, employment, access to and treatment in the University programs and activities.
The rules within this manual apply to all civil service employees of the University of Illinois.
Here students can search through the current course catalog and for class schedules (timetables).
Contains data related to the University of Illinois, including student enrollment, department information, and budget reform.
In partnership with various campus units, the Registrar’s Office implements, supports, and upholds academic policies related to class and event scheduling, registration services, enrollment and degree verification, assessment of tuition and fees, grade processing, degree audit configuration, and printing of official academic transcripts and diplomas.
The UIHistories Project is dedicated to providing a historical overview of the University of Illinois from the standpoint of its buildings and spaces.
The Office for University Relations develops strategic communications programs designed to gain and sustain public support of the University and provides public affairs, marketing and planning assistance to the president, trustees, executive officers and others in University-wide offices.
Since 1925, the Bronze Tablets have been inscribed with names of students who have at least a 3.5 cumulative grade point-average through the academic term prior to graduation and rank in the top three percent of the students in their graduating class. Purchase prints of the Bronze Tablets via the Illini Union Bookstore, or visit them in the Main Library.
Annual catalogs of the University of Illinois containing lists of departments, students, and courses of instruction by year from 1867-1947 and from 1949 on.
Links to available classes, class descriptions, general education requirements, programs of study, and the Student Integrate Self-Service.
Links to a list of the University of Illinois’ more than 1,400 organizations, as well as requirements for forming a new organization.
Links to the most recent edition of the Student Code. The rules stated in this Student Code apply to all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students enrolled at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The University of Illinois Student Data Book is a compilation of student statistics for the three University of Illinois campuses -- Chicago, Springfield, and Urbana-Champaign.