Students and alumni in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences write about their personal experiences and insights throughout the academic year at the University of Illinois. They offer an inside look at the College of LAS and University of Illinois.
In the future, I may go back to school but for now I want to take everything I have learned and put it toward one sole focus.
Now that I have spent two years as a graduate student and one year as a Department of Justice honors intern, I still believe I owe my success to Illinois and the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
The experiences you have in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at Illinois will prepare you well as you take your first step toward a career.
My time abroad has allowed me to become more confident in my decision-making skills, in self-reliance, and independence. A boost in my own confidence level contributed to those three quality developments. I couldn't have so easily been forced to rely on my own abilities here at home as I was abroad.
The friends who share your interests will strengthen your values and help you find a home at Illinois. The friends who have very different experiences and have lived halfway across the world will make you a more well-rounded and globally-aware individual.
The College of LAS' certificate programs typically involve fewer courses than a minor, while enabling students to develop additional knowledge in a field or subfield. In this post, senior Adrianna Jelen writes about earning a neuroscience certificate.
With each scrape of each new riverbank, more of this remarkable story unfolds on the ancient deposits of the world’s mightiest river.
Applying to various universities can be an overwhelming process. Here are tips to decide if a university is really the best fit for you.
When I graduate in May, my LAS degree will specify a bachelor of science in biochemistry, but I am walking away with an invaluable, diverse education.
Choosing a college is a huge decision, and we know students admitted to the University of Illinois have lots of questions. We're happy to share some answers.