"With all the tough decisions a student must face, my decision to transfer to Millikin was the easiest! I took a good look at all my options, but because Millikin took a good look at me, they became my only option. My interest in Millikin began to increase when they invited me to meet with a counselor the very next day. When my parents and I met with the counselor the Friday before the fall semester, our mouths dropped when they told me that after reading over my transcripts, and a little paper work, I could begin the following week! From this point on, I knew that Millikin University was my school. Almost all of my credits from Richland were accepted into Millikin. This university has provided me with a business education that is invaluable. Millikin has made me want to achieve, and they have given me the tools that I need to be successful."
Where do Tabor transfer's come from?
Students transfer to Millikin from colleges throughout Illinois and neighboring states.
Are there scholarships available to transfer students?
Yes. Transfer students have many scholarship and financial aid options. Transfer students can benefit from awards such as the Phi Theta Kappa Award, which maximizes the recipient's merit award. For more information about scholarships and financial aid, please visit our financial aid website.
How many of my credits will transfer?
You will receive credit for all college-level study comparable to courses offered here at Millikin in which a passing grade was received. Students are allowed to transfer a maximum of 66 semester hours from community colleges. Millikin is part of the Illinois Articulation Initiative, which allows transfer of completed Illinois General Education Core courses between participating institutions.
Click below to see which courses tranfer from your school.
Lake Land College
Richland Community College
If you do not see your institution listed or have questions regarding specific courses, please contact the Office of Admissions at (800)373-7733.