ADMISSIONS: Concurrent Enrollment Form - International
If you are a currently enrolled, degree-seeking University of Illinois student interested in taking courses at Parkland
College, you must follow the procedures detailed below for Concurrent Enrollment.
Complete a Parkland College's international application as a non-degree seeking student:
If this is the first time you have enrolled at Parkland College, click review the checklist of required admission documentation.
If you have enrolled in a course previously at Parkland skip to step 2. You do not need to resubmit an application, you only need to
submit this completed form and your Academic History.
> Parkland International Application
Click to download, complete, and save the document to attached to this form. The completed application and accompanying required documents, including this
completed form, can be submitted by email to email@example.com, in person or
postal mail to: Parkland College International Admissions, Room U233, 2400 W. Bradley Ave., Champaign, IL 61821
An admission letter and instructions for registration will be emailed to you using the email address you provide on your application. If no email address is
provided, the documents will be mailed to your local address. You must be admitted to Parkland prior to registration.
Check course prerequisites:
Prerequisite information is available in the Parkland College Catalog.
Note: It is ultimately your responsibility to ensure you have met any and all listed prerequisites. Click to verify course equivalences.
Contact college office:
Contact your academic advisor or appropriate designee* prior to enrolling at Parkland to discuss how the class(es) impact your total credit hour enrollment for the term and how they fit into your degree program.
Note: It is ultimately your responsibility to ensure the course(s) in which you plan to enroll are applicable towards your current or intended degree program. Verify course equivalences at www.transferology.com
*Consult your college office for information on the appropriate point of contact. This contact may be your academic advisor, admissions and records officer, or an assistant dean depending on your college.
Access Academic History:
Log in to Student Self-Service to access your Academic History. Parkland College admissions’ office will review your academic history on course prerequisites
and to verify you meet eligibility requirements for concurrent enrollment status. You must submit the Academic History as a PDF with this form to register at Parkland. Failure to send the Academic History will result in your Concurrent Enrollment form to not be processed.
Complete this concurrent enrollment form:
Complete and submit this form along with your Academic History. You may also submit all documentation by fax to 217/353-2640. A confirmation email will be sent to the email provided once your registration is complete.
If you will be enrolled in less than 12 hours at U of I in the fall or spring term, you must complete a Reduced Course Load form and submit proof of Parkland College
registration to International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS), 4th floor Turner Student Services Building.
Requesting Parkland transcripts:
It is your responsibility to have an official transcript sent from Parkland College to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign within two weeks after completion of the term of enrollment.
> Parkland transcript information Note: There is a nominal fee per transcript order.
Documentation for summer and fall semester is accepted starting April 1 and spring semester is November 1.
This form with your academic history must be submitted together by one of the following methods:
- Submit online now by clicking the Submit Form button below.
- Faxed to 217/353-2640
- In person at Parkland’s International Admissions office in U233.
Semester and year I plan to enroll at Parkland College:
Please list the course name, number, and section you would like to register for (e.g., SOC 101 and W002).
Registration will not be completed unless a section number is provided.