Policies related to the physical therapy GPPA program

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO GUARANTEED PROFESSION PROGRAM ADMISSIONS (GPPA )

Process to appeal for reinstatement to GPPA status:

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
GUARANTEED PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM ADMISSIONS (GPPA)
COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY
CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE FALL 2003

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO GUARANTEED PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM ADMISSIONS (GPPA)

All other GPPA programs deadline: January 15, 2006

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
GUARANTEED PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM ADMISSIONS (GPPA)
COLLEGE OF NURSING
CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE
FALL 2002

At this time, GPPA students do not receive preferential treatment for registration or housing.

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
GUARANTEED PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM ADMISSIONS (GPPA)
COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY
CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE
FALL 2002

Policies related to the Human Nutrition GPPA program


UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
GUARANTEED PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM ADMISSIONS (GPPA)
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND THE ARTS - CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE
FALL 2003Students must maintain a 4.25 grade point average in all major courses as well as their UIC curriculum grade point average. GPPA students must also complete all major courses in their curriculum and meet the degree requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies or Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design or Industrial Design.
Students are required to enroll in the Honors College Program and complete the Honors activityof HON 222 every semester while in attendance. The Honors College Program offers GPPA students intellectual challenges that will help them prepare for the rigors of graduate studies through focused individualized work on independent projects. Students in the Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies program will be required to
take the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) as part of their GPPA requirements for advancement to the Master of Architecture program. The GRE will be for the purpose of tracking and documentation for the School of Architecture. GPPA students will have a faculty advisor who will guide and prepare them for professionalstudies. Students will be required to meet with their faculty advisor every semester for professional mentoring, course selections, and evaluation of academic progress in their chosen area. This advising will be of particular importance in the preparation of a final portfolio at a high level of professional competence which must be submitted and approved for the Master of Architecture or Master of Fine Arts in Graphic or Industrial Design degree programs.
Fall 2003 entering freshmen accepted into the GPPA program are guaranteed admission into the graduate school at the UIC College of Engineering upon meeting the following criteria:6. Students must complete all course work at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and must enroll within five years of acceptance into the GPPA, but no sooner than 3 years of acceptance.5. REQUIRED PRE-MEDICINE GPPA SEMINAR
To help GPPA Premedical students get acquainted with the profession of medicine during their undergraduate years, the College of Medicine has developed a series of required pre-medicine seminars. The intent of these seminars is to explore important aspects of the profession, and assist students to achieve a smooth transition to the College of Medicine. The seminar courses will cover topics such as: Medicine as a Profession; The Art and Science of Medicine; History and Philosophy of Medicine; Medicine, Society and Public Policy.John Marshall Law School
Guaranteed Professional Program Admission (GPPA)
Undergraduate Pre-Law
2003 Conditions of Acceptance
This policy applies to any Advanced Placement credit awarded by UIC based upon examinations administered by the Educational Testing Service for the College Board or any college courses taken while in high school that have been transferred to UIC and are exceptions to the policy that all prerequisites for the physical therapy program must be taken at UIC (from Conditions of Maintenance of GPPA Status for Physical Therapy).UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
GUARANTEED PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM ADMISSIONS (GPPA)
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE - FALL 2003
Any student admitted to UIC through the Department Of Physical Therapy’s Guaranteed Professional Program Admissions whose cumulative Grade Point Average in an academic year falls below the required 4.25 as of the end of Summer Semester or who has a GPA below 3.5 in a semester may petition the faculty in writing to consider mitigating circumstances associated with the drop in GPA. If the faculty believes that the mitigating circumstances and the student’s overall academic performance warrant special consideration, the student will be informed in writing that he or she may regain GPPA status if by the end of the following semester the student is able to bring the cumulative GPA to 4.25 or greater, has a semester GPA greater than 3.5, and maintains all other conditions for continued GPPA status.