DACC Pathway Applicants

The DACC path.

The Danville Area Community College (DACC) Pathway to Illinois program gives DACC students the opportunity to earn their undergraduate degree at Illinois.

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Requirements

  • You have to be enrolled at DACC, and it must be your primary institution.
  • No application is required for the program. By the time you’ve earned 30 graded hours at DACC, you just need to complete our Transfer Agreement Form, which will be shared with both DACC and Illinois.
  • You have to complete 60 transferable hours of college credit by your term of entry at Illinois.

Admissions Process

  • You can work toward admission to any of our 150+ majors.
  • Twice a semester on DACC’s campus, you'll meet with an Illinois advisor, who will assist you in carefully selecting your coursework to make sure you're staying on track for admission to Illinois.
  • You'll be offered admission to Illinois as long as you've met all requirements as posted in the Transfer Handbook. The competitiveness of admission to certain programs will depend on the quality of the applicant pool each year.

Contact Information

If you have any questions about the program, contact one of our representatives:

Kristin Smigielski
University of Illinois
Associate Director of Transfer Admission, Office of Undergraduate Admissions
217-333-9371

Holly Herrera
University of Illinois
Coordinator of Transfer Advising and Pathway Advisor
217-333-4710

Stephane Potts
Danville Area Community College
Coordinator of Counseling and Transfer Articulation
217-443-8749