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The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago

The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago

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The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago is a small (under 5,000 students) private for profit, 4 year or above school located in the Great Lakes region in a large city setting. The highest degree offered is a Bachelor's degree and the school is exclusively four year undergraduates. The most popular areas of study at The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago include: Culinary Arts/Chef Training with 120 Associates awards; Apparel and Accessories Marketing Operations with 88 Bachelors awards; Fashion/Apparel Design with 62 Bachelors awards; Web Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design with 54 Bachelors awards; Graphic Design with 49 Bachelors awards;. The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago is located at 350 N Orleans St, Suite 136-L in Chicago, IL 60654.

The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago Facts


The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago is located at 350 N Orleans St, Suite 136-L in Chicago, IL 60654

Total Applicants: 819
Percent Admitted: 50%
Dorm Capacity: 200
Graduation Rate: 31%
Retention Rate: 54%
Transfer out Rate: 10%
Undergrads Between 18 - 24: 70%
Undergrads Between 25 - 64: 30%

The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago telephone number: (312) 280-3500

The highest degree offered is: Bachelor's degree


The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees: $17,796
Total Cost In State: $37,491
Total Cost Out of State: $37,491


Admissions stats for The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago

Your chances are around 50% based on admission statistics for The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago.

Student Demographics at The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago
The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago Demographics
Totals: 545
     Males: 190 (35% of total)
     Females: 355 (65% of total)
Asians: 20
     Asian Males: 7 (1% of total)
     Asian Females: 13 (2% of total)
Blacks: 54
     Black Males: 14 (3% of total)
     Black Females: 40 (7% of total)
Hispanics: 102
     Hispanic Males: 42 (8% of total)
     Hispanic Females: 60 (11% of total)
Native Americans: 3
     Native American Males: 2 (0% of total)
     Native American Females: 1 (0% of total)
Hawaiians: 0
     Hawaiian Males: 0 (0% of total)
     Hawaiian Females: 0 (0% of total)
Mixed Race: 2
     Mixed Race Males: 0 (0% of total)
     Mixed Race Females: 2 (0% of total)
Whites: 143
     White Males: 48 (9% of total)
     White Females: 95 (17% of total)
Foreign Students: 0
     Foreign Males: 0 (0% of total)
     Foreign Females: 0 (0% of total)
Most Popular Majors at The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago
Area of Study  (degrees awarded)
Culinary Arts/Chef Training
(120 Associates degrees)
Apparel and Accessories Marketing Operations
(88 Bachelors degrees)
Fashion/Apparel Design
(62 Bachelors degrees)
Web Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources Design
(54 Bachelors degrees)
Graphic Design
(49 Bachelors degrees)
Baking and Pastry Arts/Baker/Pastry Chef
(49 Award > 1Yr < 2Yr degrees)
Interior Design
(36 Bachelors degrees)
Restaurant, Culinary, and Catering Management/Manager
(24 Bachelors degrees)
Graphic Design
(21 Associates degrees)
Cinematography and Film/Video Production
(14 Bachelors degrees)
Advertising
(10 Bachelors degrees)
Fashion Merchandising
(9 Associates degrees)
Photography
(6 Bachelors degrees)
Culinary Arts/Chef Training
(2 Award > 1Yr < 2Yr degrees)
Fashion Merchandising
(1 Award > 1Yr < 2Yr degrees)
The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago Weather
The Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago Avg Annual Weather
Average Temperature: 48.60 (Fahrenheit)
Average Precipitation: 34.27 (inches of rain)
Umbrella Days: 61.73 (days you might need an umbrella)
Average Snowfall: 30.14 (inches of snow)
Snow Days: 32.84 (days with 1 inch of snow on the ground)
Average Humidity: 72.18 (% humidity)
Average Windspeed: 16.78 (mph)
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