Illinois Tech provides a variety of services that enable students to study and live healthy, free of unnecessary burdens. These services extend to academic and financial assistance and life on campus, as well as resources to maintain students' physical and mental well-being.
The International Center provides professional support, services, and resources to the Illinois Tech community in matters related to international education and cultural exchange by supporting international students, faculty, and staff as well as students studying abroad, and by assisting in the compliance of immigration and other related regulations.
English Language Services (ELS) provides innovative and student-centered English language instruction in all Illinois Institute of Technology colleges for students in various programs, building communication and critical thinking skills in unique, interdisciplinary classroom environments.
ELS offers language instruction relevant to the academic, personal, and professional needs of the Illinois Tech community, helping international students and scholars develop the communication skills they need for success.
There are several program and course options for international students to refine their language and communication proficiency.
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) provides peer tutoring to Illinois Tech students in a variety of disciplines. ARC's services are free of charge.
Career Services provides students with the strategic tools and perspectives to advance their careers through high-quality coaching, expansive experiential-learning opportunities, and a wide industry network supported broadly by the university's worldwide alumni community.
The Student Health and Wellness Center provides all Illinois Tech students with health, counseling, and crisis services, in addition to wellness resources.
Access, Card, and Parking Services manages the production of the HawkCard issued to all students, faculty, and staff, as well as the university's parking services.
The Office of Campus Life offers many resources—such as the Commuter Student Association and the Commuter Lounge—that help ease the transition to and from home for those students who don't live on Illinois Tech's campus.
Located in The McCormick Tribune Campus Center, the Illinois Tech Bookstore sells the textbooks and supplies that students need. You can also show your Scarlet Hawk pride with the various T-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, and more sold at the bookstore.
The Office of Technology Services supports all of Illinois Tech's primary technology systems. If you have a technology issue on campus, the OTS Support Desk is always available to help.