Submit your Declaration of Intent online as soon as you are ready.
Congratulations on being admitted to the nation's most influential art and design school!
It is an accomplishment of which you should be very proud. Now, it's time to dive in and complete your next steps to make your transition to SAIC a smooth one. If you need any assistance along the way, please don't hesitate to contact Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-629-6100 - we are here to help!
Upcoming Events for Admitted Students:
Save the dates and check your email for more info and RSVP links!
|Date and Time||Topic||Address||RSVP|
|Thursday, May 20
7:00 - 9 p.m. CT
|SAIC House Party||Online||Check your email for link!|
|Wednesday, May 26,
7:00 p.m. CT
|Distinguished Alumni Series: Sasha Samochina, Manager of Data Visualization & Infusion/ProtoSpace Project Lead at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory||Online||Check your email for link!|
|Friday, June 18,
7:00 p.m. CT
|Distinguished Alumni Series: Emil Ferris, Guggenheim Fellow, Graphic Novelist and award-winning author of "My Favorite Thing is Monsters"||Online||Check your email for link!|
|Thursday, June 24,
7:00 p.m. CT
|Studio Demo with Contemporary Practices Faculty||Online||Coming soon!|
|Wednesday, July 14,
7:00 p.m. CT
|Distinguished Alumni Series: Amy Smeed, Head of Animation, Disney||Online||Check your email for link!|
|Wednesday, July 29,
7:00 p.m. CT
|MMXXV: Class of 2025 Online Exhibition and Reception||Online||Coming soon!|
|Thursday, July 29,
6:30 p.m. CT
|You are Almost Here! Financial Aid Final Steps||Online||RSVP|
Admitted Student Info Sessions
February 22: Chicago: Our Campus
February 23: Life on Campus: Student Affairs + Resources
February 24: Life Inside the Classroom: SAIC's Curriculum
February 25: What Can I Do with an SAIC Degree? Careers and Alumni
February 26: Financial Aid and Next Steps
April 21: Family of New Students- Preparing for Life at SAIC
Admitted Student Receptions for Students in the USA
March 9: Admitted Student Reception: Eastern USA
March 11: Admitted Student Reception: Western USA
March 16: Admitted Student Reception: Midwest
March 17: Admitted Student Reception: Southern USA
March 18: Admitted Student Reception: Illinois
International Admitted Student Receptions
March 13: Admitted Student Reception: North, Central, and South America
March 13: Admitted Student Reception: Asia Pacific
March 20: Admitted Student Reception: India
March 21: Admitted Student Reception: Europe and Middle East
March 26: Admitted Student Reception: China and Taiwan
March 27: Admitted Student Reception: Korea
In order to make online deposits, view financial aid, and review billing information, you will need to activate your ARTIC account. This account will also provide you with access to your SAIC email, Self Service, library databases, and much more.
Please note that you will need your SAIC ID number (included in your admission letter) in order to complete this process. Additionally, you must complete the activation process using a web browser on a computer rather than from your mobile phone or tablet.
Activate your account by visiting password.artic.edu. You will be asked for:
- Your 7-digit SAIC ID Number (included on your admission letter)
- Your birthday (two digit day, dash, and all caps three digit month) Example: 19-AUG
Your login is automatically assigned, but you will create your own password. Passwords must be alphanumeric and at least 6 characters.
Once you have activated your account, visit saic.edu/students to access Self-Service and your email through Google Apps.
If you need help with your ARTIC account, contact Technical Support at 312.345.3535 or email@example.com.
In order to accept your admission and secure your place in our class, we require that admitted students pay a non-refundable $300 tuition deposit. The deposit is not an extra fee, and will be applied toward your tuition charges.
Tuition Deposit Deadlines:
Spring 2021: January 1, 2021
Fall 2021: May 1, 2021
To make your tuition deposit:
(SAIC recommends you use Firefox or Internet Explorer. Remember to turn off your pop up blocker)
- Visit saic.edu/students.
- Click the "Self-Service" button under Quicklinks.
- Enter your login information.
If you haven't yet activated your login (and SAIC email), you can do it at password.artic.edu. You will need your SAIC ID and birthdate.
- Click on "Student Homepage" in the top center of the page and go to the "Financial Account" section.
- Click on the "CASHNet" button to go to CASHNet. Make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off. A new window showing CASHNet should appear.
- In CASHNet, click on “Make a Payment” in the bottom right hand corner.
- Click on “Enrollment Deposit.”
- Click on “Enrollment Deposit-New Undergraduate Student $300” and follow the instructions.
Though online payment is the preferred method for paying your tuition deposit, you may also send a check or money order to:
SAIC Undergraduate Admissions
36 S. Wabash, suite 1201
Chicago, IL 60603
Please include your 7-digit SAIC ID number in the memo line.
How to Apply
In order to be eligible for need-based aid such as SAIC, state and federal grants, loans and work study you need to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov. We encourage you to file your FAFSA early as some types of assistance are limited, and may have early deadlines. Find more information at saic.edu/sfs.
- We encourage you to file the FAFSA even if you aren't sure you will qualify for financial aid.
- Students admitted for Spring 2021 should complete the 2020-21 FAFSA as soon as possible. We suggest you complete it by January 1, 2021, using 2018 income tax information. Use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool in the FASFA to easily transfer your income data from the IRS.
- To apply for financial aid for summer/ fall 2021 and subsequent semesters, you will complete the 2021–22 FAFSA using 2019 income tax information. Complete it by December 1 (Illinois residents) or February 1, 2021 (all other students).
- International students do not file the FAFSA.
An official award letter outlining your financial aid will be sent to you once your file has been reviewed and your eligibility has been determined.
You are reviewed for SAIC's merit-based scholarship (based on a holistic review of your application and not on need) once you have been admitted to SAIC. No additional paperwork or applications are necessary. Find more information at saic.edu/ugmerit.
We recommend searching sources like fastweb.com or speaking with your high school or college counselor about other local scholarship opportunities. Also consider scholarships offered by any professional, community, or religious organizations of which you are a member. For additional outside scholarship sources and information, visit saic.edu/faresources.
Figure Your Costs Budgeting Worksheet
Complete this worksheet available in your Financial Aid Award Guide or online at saic.edu/tuition/figureyourcosts to determine if you have enough financial resources to cover your entire annual cost of attendance. You may need to apply for additional credit-based loans such as the Federal Direct Parent PLUS loan or Private loans. These loans are only available to credit-worthy borrowers.
Loan Entrance Counseling Sessions and Applications
Entrance counseling sessions for Federal Direct Stafford loans, and loan applications for Federal Direct Stafford, Federal Direct Parent PLUS, and Private loans should be completed no later than July 1. Please note: the Federal PLUS loan and Private loan programs are credit-based and may not be available to some applicants.
|November 15||Beginning mid-November, SAIC begins awarding financial aid for eligible students who have completed the FAFSA.|
|December 1||FAFSA filing priority deadline for all Illinois residents|
|January 1||FAFSA filing priority deadline for all other students|
|January 1||Complete the Figure Your Costs budgeting worksheet for spring|
|January 15||SAIC begins mailing awards for Fall|
|June 1||Complete the Figure Your Costs budgeting worksheet for fall|
|July 1||Priority deadline for completing loan entrance counseling session and loan applications|
|August 15||Fall payment in full or payment arrangements|
Our Student Financial Services Advisors are here at every step in the process to help you finance your education at SAIC. Don't hesitate to contact us at 312.629.6600, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or access our online Q&A at saic.force.com/sfshelp/s/.
- 3–5 days after you file your online FAFSA you will be emailed a confirmation. Review your processed FAFSA carefully to ensure that you have supplied the correct data and follow any further instructions.
- There may be questions you need to answer based on information you provided on the FAFSA. We will contact you by mail if we need clarification or additional documentation. Please respond as soon as you receive this request to avoid any delay in processing your financial aid.
- If you feel the FAFSA has not accurately represented your financial situation, or there has been a change in family finances—loss of employment, separation, divorce or death, for example—you should contact the Student Financial Services office at 312.629.6600 or email@example.com to discuss your circumstances with an advisor.
Living on campus in one of our residence halls allows you to immerse yourself in a community of fellow artists, live just minutes away from your classes in the heart of downtown Chicago, and enjoy conveniences you won't find in most student apartments. Visit saic.edu/housing for more information.
Residence Hall Features:
- Large, well-lit common studios in two buildings for use by all residents
- Live-in professional staff
- In-room wireless internet
- Computer Labs
- 24-hour security staff
- In-room kitchenettes
- In-building laundry
- Private bathrooms
Housing Application Process
Housing invitations, including next steps, are sent via mail and to your SAIC email address beginning in early November for Spring 2021 students, in February for fall 2021 early action students, and after March 1 for non-early action students.
Once you receive your invitation:
- Log in at saic-housing.artic.edu.
- Enter your preference for building, room, bed type and lifestyle choices.
- Pay your $550 housing deposit online via Self-Service at saic.edu/students. You may also send a check or money order to Residence Life.
- Once your contract has been received, a housing confirmation email will be sent to your SAIC email address only.
- Since the Housing Contract is electronic only, Residence Life will not accept any contracts submitted via mail or e-mail.
- Room assignments and roommate contact information will be available in early August.
If you plan to live in one of our residence halls you will be required to have a meal plan. You will be able to use your declining dining dollar balance at one of SAIC's three dining locations.
Our dining facilities, run by Food for Thought, offer delicious and nutritious selections, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Utilizing organic, fair trade and local ingredients, as well as promoting sustainability, are important aspects of food service at SAIC.
In addition, our residence hall rooms are equipped with either kitchenettes—including two-burner stoves, a microwave and full-sized refrigerator or full kitchens—for you to prepare meals and snacks. Visit saic.edu/lifeatsaic/diningservice/mealplan for more information.
SAIC is located in the heart of downtown Chicago, easily accessible from many of the city's historic and diverse neighborhoods. The Residence Life office staff can serve as a resource to you as you seek off-campus housing. Many resources for off-campus living can be found in the off-campus housing section of the housing website, including neighborhood information, tips for apartment searching, a list of common abbreviations, and a booklet with many helpful resources.
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago has partnered with Places4Students.com, a company that specializes in providing off-campus housing solutions for post-secondary students. Because the free listing database is provided exclusively for SAIC students, faculty, and staff, you will be asked to go through a simple registration process, and your password will be sent to your SAIC email account within seconds.
Other services offered by Residence Life include:
- Assistance in finding an SAIC roommate
- Map of Chicago neighborhoods popular with SAIC students
- Tips on managing an apartment search in Chicago
- Resources on leasing and tenant responsibilities
Contact Residence Life at 312.629.6870 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schedule a registration appointment for Fall: Beginning April 1, 2021, you can make your registration appointment online. If you have any questions feel free to contact the Admissions office between 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. (CT) at 800.232.7242 or 312.629.6100. Appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Schedule a registration appointment: Spring incoming students: Beginning November 16, 2021, contact the Admissions office between 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. (CT) at 800.232.7242 or 312.629.6100, to schedule a registration appointment. Registration will begin November 30, and appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Options for Course Registration
Phone registration: If you schedule a phone appointment, an admission counselor will call you at a phone number you designate to help select your courses. Appointments will last between 30–45 minutes.
Virtual registration: Virtual registration through Zoom or Google Hangouts can also be arranged. When scheduling your appointment or corresponding with your counselor, please let them know your preferences. Appointments will last between 30–45 minutes.
Email Registration for International Transfer Students: After November 16 (for spring) or May 1 (for fall), email Sioban Lombardi at email@example.com, providing your name and student ID number, indicating you would like to register via email. An admission counselor will email you back and assist you in scheduling your courses.
Before You Register
AP, CLEP or IB Credit and Scores: During your registration appointment, please make sure you inform your counselor that you have AP, CLEP or IB scores which you will be submitting officially to the Admissions office. SAIC awards 3 credits for scores of 3–5 on any AP subject test. For IB, SAIC will award 6 credit hours for scores of 4-7 at the higher level (HL) only. SAIC awards a combined maximum of 12 credit hours.
Academic Access Program: SAIC’s Academic Access Program is a first year college program that enables students to advance their critical thinking, analytical reading, and college writing skills prior to beginning our rigorous Liberal Arts and Art History requirements. Information regarding Academic Access Program placement and requirements will be provided to students prior to registering for classes. For more information, visit saic.edu/faap.
English Courses for International Students (EIS): International students with a TOEFL score below 96, IELTS score below 7.0, Duolingo score below 120, or PTE Academic score below 65 must register for EIS courses. International students who are required to take EIS courses may take an optional EIS confirmation test during orientation. This test confirms your placement into EIS classes.
Transferring Credit: College-level equivalent courses for which a student has received a grade equivalent to "C" or better are eligible for transfer. These include early college courses taken at SAIC or other institutions.
Transfer students seeking advanced studio placement within the departments of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects; and Visual Communication Design MUST respectively provide technical and conceptual examples of their work in order to waive prerequisite studio coursework specific to these departments. Please inform your counselor if you are currently enrolled in any courses or plan to enroll in courses this summer at your local college or university.
Submit Your Final Transcripts
Send us your final, official transcript(s) by January 15 for Spring, and August 15 for Fall. All admission decisions are subject to evaluation of final high school transcripts and must be received by these dates.
Send transcript(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org,
Your counselor may upload your final transcripts through the Common Application.
Student Financial Services is dedicated to helping you through the process of financing your education at SAIC and has provided multiple ways to manage your payments, including payment plans, which will stretch your tuition payments over the course of the semester. Visit saic.edu/ugpayment for detailed information.
Important Dates for Spring 2021
|December 16||Spring charges and payment plans available online|
|December 21||First spring bill mailed|
|January 15||Tuition payment or payment arrangements due|
|January 28||Health insurance waivers due|
Important Dates for Fall 2021
|July 1||Loan applications and Entrance Counseling are due|
|Early July||Fall 2021 charges and payment plans available online|
|Late July||First fall bill mailed|
|August 15||Tuition payment or payment arrangements due|
|September 1||Health insurance waivers due|
- Electronic bills (eBills) are provided monthly in CASHNet if you have a balance due or if you have had account activity since the last monthly bill. They can be viewed online by students and Authorized Users if they have been set up in CASHNet by the student.
- If not opted out, tuition and fee bills are also mailed at the beginning of each semester. Paper bills are mailed to the billing address if provided in Self-Service. If a billing address has not been provided, paper bills are mailed to the permanent address. Students are encouraged to opt out of paper bills in Self-Service to support SAIC’s Go Green initiative.
- Payment in full or payment arrangements of any balance not covered by financial aid is required by August 15 for the fall semester, December 15 for the winter term, January 15 for the spring semester, and May 15 for the summer term in order to avoid late fees, restriction of access on campus, and prevention from future registration and release of academic transcripts/diplomas.
Cash, Check, or Money Order (made payable in US Currency)
- Mail: SAIC's Bursar's Office, 37 S. Wabash, suite 245, Chicago, IL 60603
- In-person: SAIC's Bursar's Office, Monday–Friday, 11:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Wire Transfer, Credit Card, ACH (Automated Check Handling)
- Made online through CASHNet in SAIC Self-Service—All major credit cards are accepted.
- To allow parents/guardians to make payments, you will need to set up an authorized user account for them.
- A service fee is charged for credit card payments, but not for ACH payments.
To pay by wire transfer, obtain a conversion rate quote in CASHNet and take it to your lending institution to have the funds sent to SAIC.
Tuition and Fee Payment Plan and Auto-Pay
- Four payment semester plan available through CASHNet in SAIC Self-Service for fall and spring semesters
- Three payment semester plans available for summer semester
- Payment plan enrollment fee is $50 per semester
- Enroll online through SAIC Self-Service
Student Financial Services
36 S. Wabash Ave., suite 1200
Chicago, IL 60603
Accept or Waive Health Insurance
Health insurance coverage is required for all full-time domestic undergraduate students and for all international students. If you wish to accept SAIC's coverage you need not do anything further and the charge will be applied to your account. Visit saic.edu/health for more information.
You may waive health insurance by doing the following:
- Complete a waiver form by the end of the first day of classes (available at saic.myahpcare.com); AND
- Provide proof that your coverage meets SAIC's minimum standards; AND
- Allow SAIC's designee, Academic HealthPlans, to verify your coverage.
Please note: If you are a full-time domestic student and then drop to part-time before the end of the add/drop period, the health insurance charge will automatically be removed from your account and health insurance coverage will not be provided. Health insurance coverage can be reinstated if you request health insurance online through saic.myahpcare.com.
COVID-19 Immunization Requirements
SAIC will require COVID-19 vaccines for all students who intend to be on campus for ANY period of time starting in the Fall 2021 term. Important details are as follows:
- A person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks or more after receiving their second dose in a two-dose vaccine or two weeks or more after receiving one dose of a single-dose vaccine.
- SAIC will accept any COVID-19 vaccine approved for emergency use by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or World Health Organization (WHO).
- Students who have not been able to obtain an approved vaccination before arriving on campus will need to be vaccinated as soon as possible upon arrival. SAIC’s Health Services office can direct you to a local vaccine provider.
- Students living in the residence halls must submit proof to SAIC that they are fully vaccinated before moving in. More information will be sent to residence hall students in the coming weeks.
- As is the case with all of our immunization requirements, medical and religious exemptions will be accommodated for the COVID-19 vaccine. The expectation, however, is that our campus will overwhelmingly consist of vaccinated individuals, greatly reducing the risk of infection for all. More details.
- If you’ve completed or partially completed a COVID-19 vaccine series with a vaccine that has not been approved for emergency use by the FDA or WHO, you will need to receive an approved vaccine. The minimum interval between the last dose of a non-FDA or WHO authorized vaccine and an FDA or WHO-authorized COVID-19 vaccine is 28 days.
We continue to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), and the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) and will let you know if there are any changes in guidance.
Please submit your proof of COVID-19 vaccination as soon as you are vaccinated, but no later than August 8. All other immunization records are due on July 1. You will need to prove you are in compliance to ensure you are eligible for continued access to SAIC’s campus and facilities.
Details about submitting your records can be found here. We will be hosting online information sessions to help answer questions for all incoming students as well as the particular needs of our incoming international students. In the meantime, for questions related to immunizations, visit our FAQ page or contact SAIC’s Health Services office at email@example.com. For questions related to housing or guidance for international students, please contact SAIC’s Student Life team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Immunization Records
Illinois State law requires proof of immunization for all college students enrolled for six or more credits per semester. Proof of immunization is due by January 1 for students admitted for Spring and July 1 for students admitted for Fall. Students who are noncompliant will not be permitted to register for the next term. Please see saic.edu/health for immunization requirement details and record submission instructions.
Contact the SAIC Health Services Office at 312.499.4288 or email@example.com.
Orientation programming is a perfect way to introduce you to all the amazing things here on campus and beyond.
All orientation programming will be occurring virtually this year. While we will not be able to gather in person for these events, our online orientation will introduce you to all the amazing things here on campus and beyond.
Orientation schedules will be available later this summer. Learn more at saic.edu/orientation.
All incoming undergraduate students, with the exception of second-degree students, are required to own a laptop prior to the first day of classes. Detailed information can be located at saic.edu/laptop.
Questions? For questions regarding software and hardware, contact 312.345.3738, option 1, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAIC ARTICard (ID Card)
The ARTICard is SAIC's mandatory identification card which provides access to facilities, equipment, and library books, as well as providing debit card capabilities on campus and at select off-campus sites. It can be used to make copies, print projects, do laundry, purchase books and supplies, and buy food. There is no membership fee, service charge or minimum balance. The balance carries over from semester to semester, year to year until the account is closed.
ARTICards are available for pick up by appointment from the ARTICard office. In order to avoid long wait times, students are encouraged to send in their photos electronically at least one week before their appointment. Visit saic.edu/articard for more details.
Deposits to your ARTICard can be made by cash or check at the ARTICard Office, via mail by check or money order (ARTICard Office, 37 South Wabash Avenue, Chicago, IL 60603), or online with a credit card or electronic check (see instructions for depositing online at saic.edu/articard). Make checks payable to SAIC.
Questions? Contact ARTICard/U-Pass office at 312.629.9362 or email@example.com.
The U-Pass entitlement, loaded onto a Ventra U-Pass card, allows full-time students unlimited use of CTA (Chicago Transit Authority) bus and rail transportation each fall, spring, summer and winter term. The Ventra U-Pass card can be used as a full fare card whenever the U-Pass entitlement is not active. The cost of the U-Pass entitlement is $155* per fall and spring semester, a savings of over $200 when compared with regular CTA fares. A $35* U-Pass fee will be charged to full-time students during the winter session, and a $115 U-Pass fee will be charged to full-time students during the summer session.
This mandatory fee is automatically charged to all full-time students’ tuition and fee accounts each semester. A one-time $5 fee, which covers the cost of the card, will also be charged to each full-time student’s account for the initial issuance of the Ventra U-Pass card. The Ventra U-Pass is distributed during the first week of school and should be kept for subsequent semesters. Incoming transfer students who hold a Ventra U-Pass card from their previous school can contact the ARTICard office to have their card information transferred to SAIC.
Questions? Contact the ARTICard/U-Pass office at 312.629.9362 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Price is subject to change.
The DePaul University/Barnes & Noble College Bookstore, located at the corner of Jackson Blvd. and State St. (1 East Jackson Boulevard), is SAIC’s designated primary provider for textbooks and course packet services. The store provides a space in the textbook area of the lower level for all SAIC class book titles and course packets (all SAIC books and course packets are found under the department “SAIC” and are then organized alphabetically by SAIC department). The store accepts ARTICard for purchases, and also buys and sells used textbooks.
You can access SAIC class book lists at depaul-loop.bncollege.com. From the top tab, choose “Textbooks,” select “DePaul University Loop Campus” as your campus. The upcoming term for SAIC will be displayed- enter the requested course information to find materials for your course.
Please note: Many courses may not have books or supplies listed until the beginning of the semester.
The following online courses have components that must be completed by all new students, as we want everyone coming to SAIC to contribute to our community of safety, support, and inclusion. We take care of each other here.
HAVEN: Designed to increase student safety by helping prevent sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking.
AlcoholEDU: Designed to increase students’ knowledge about alcohol so they can make better informed decisions.
DiversityEdu: Designed to help students understand diversity, stereotypes, and microaggressions and to create an inclusive campus culture.
Students will receive an email with instructions for completing these three important online programs that are required of all new incoming students. You can also find out more about these classes by visiting saic.edu/orientation.
These required programs are designed with the safety and well-being of all students in mind, with the goal of creating a safe, secure, and enriching environment in which students can learn. These are our values. This is who we want to be, and we need you to be a part of that effort, so keep a look out for the correspondence about these!
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago expects academic performance and standards of behavior to remain consistent with the record presented upon admission. Your admission is contingent upon maintaining the same level of academic achievement as demonstrated in your application, graduation from secondary school or completion of credits at a post-secondary institution.
Students are subject to revocation of their admission if coursework completed before the intended term of enrollment at SAIC does not meet our academic standards that are required for admission. This includes any significant declines in academic performance, such as failing senior/final year of high school or final semester of college. It is the student's responsibility to advise SAIC of, and explain, any serious decline in grades or course changes that were not presented in their application. In addition if the School of the Art Institute has reason to suspect an applicant's high school diploma, transcript, assessment test scores or other information is fraudulent or not valid, The Office of Admissions reserves the right to revoke admission in cases where fraudulence is found.
It is also important that high standards of behavior and conduct are maintained. Misconduct that occurs or comes to light after admission, such as disciplinary action in high school or college that leads to suspension, expulsion, criminal charges, or convictions, or other serious behavioral incidents may be cause for rescinding the admission decision.
|May 1||$300 Tuition Deposit Due|
|May 1- Ongoing||Registration Begins|
|July 1||Proof of general Immunizations Due to Health Services|
|July 8||International Student Move-in for Undergraduate EIS Students|
|July 9||International Student Orientation for Undergraduate EIS Students + Confirmation Test|
|MidJuly||Tuition and Fee Information Available Through Self-Service|
|Late July||Tuition and Fee Bills Mailed|
|Early August||Students Receive Room and Roommate Notification|
|August 8||Proof of COVID-19 vaccination due to Health Services|
|Mid August||Virtual New Student Orientation|
|Mid August||Virtual Parent and Guest Orientation|
|August 15||Tuition Payment or Payment Arrangements Due|
|August 15||Final Transcript Due to Admissions|
|August (TBA)||International and Domestic Student Move-in (exact dates will be communicated closer to the start of school to ensure they incorporate guidance provided by the City of Chicago regarding possible quarantine expectations.)|
|August 28-31||Welcome Week|
|September 1||Health Insurance Waivers Due to Student Financial Services|
|September 1||First Day of Fall 2021 Classes|
SAIC is closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak. While our physical offices are currently closed, our entire Admissions team is working, and ready to help you navigate your college search and selection process. Please feel free to call us at 312.629.6100, 800.232.7242, or email email@example.com with any questions you may have. SAIC is here for you!