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COVID-19 Updates

Illinois Promise is working closely with campus resources to provide support and ensure the safety of our scholars during the COVID-19 response. We have created a list of important resources and information for scholars to access.

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Recognizing our scholars

Our Spring Award Banquet was unfortunately canceled due to COVID-19, but we can still celebrate together! Check out our Youtube channel for a virtual celebration. Congratulations to the 2020 Illinois Promise award winners and the Class of 2020!

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View your I-Promise Checklist

Congratulations to our newest award recipients!  Our step-by-step guide will walk you through what it means to be an I-Promise Scholar and how you can prepare for your first semester on campus.

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Did you hear about the Etiquette Dinner?

A special event for scholars and mentors, Evolving Etiquette: Dining for Emerging Professionals was both informative and fun!  Stay tuned for information on signature events in 2019-2020.

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Mentors Matter

Evidence suggests that the I-Promise mentoring program positively impacts scholars’ first-year experience.  As we gear up for our largest class in program history, we invite you to volunteer your time and participates in this mutually rewarding opportunity.

2019 mentoring reception
Keeping the Promise?

Proud I-Promise Alum Manu Edakara, shares how he is keeping the promise and inspires us all to do the same, at the Spring 2018 Awards Banquet. 

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What's I-Promise?

Illinois Promise is an award package offered to newly admitted students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign who have the greatest amount of financial need.

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There are over 1,100 I-Promise Scholars enrolled at Illinois.

I-Promise Scholars all meet the same eligibility criteria but represent many cultural backgrounds and study in every academic major.

Nearly ¾ of I-Promise Scholars are the first in their family to attend college.