The University of Illinois - CHANCE Program was formed in 2004 to assist the campus with recruitment, retention, and graduation rates of underrepresented students. Our comprehensive programming addresses the needs of our student-body through face-to-face and online workshops which are facilitated by the (Blackboard Learning Management System). The CHANCE Program (TCP) is committed to providing academic, personal, and professional assistance to students with demonstrated academic and personal needs
The mission of the UIC CHANCE Program is to recruit and retain academically qualified, underrepresented candidates from Chicago and suburban communities in need of enrichment and learning skills, for admission to UIC, and facilitate access to the necessary academic activities and professional services that will enable them to persist and graduate, as well-prepared professionals for the 21st Century.
CHANCE Students here's an opportunity for you to "give-back" to the next generation of leaders.. Why not join your university and we embark upon a
community engagement initiative that will provide academic support to third, fourth, and fifth grade students who attend Chicago Public Schools?
This 10-week pilot project will focus on providing mentoring, tutoring, and civic engagement by promoting academic achievement through writing,
mathematics and homework assistance. For more information, please attend the orientation scheduled for Monday, January 18th (yes, Monday is a
holiday and another orientation will be scheduled later).
Congratulations on your tenacity, sacrifices, and motivation to succeed!
The CHANCE Program is pleased to announce openings for our upcoming 2016 S.T.E.M. Academy (Weekend College) Program. Please
for further information about this opportunity or
contact us at:312-355-5025 for more information.
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