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PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Undergraduate Majors
Accountancy**
Bilingual Education
Communication
Early Childhood Education
Elementary Education
Engineering
Engineering Technology
English
Fire Administration***
General Studies (formerly BOT)
Human Resource Management **
Information Systems
Law Enforcement & Justice Administration
Liberal Arts & Sciences **
Management**
Marketing**
Nursing (RN-BSN)*
Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration** (accelerated options available)
Supply Chain Management**
Western Illinois University-Quad Cities
3300 River Drive
Moline, IL 61265
Undergraduate Minors
Accountancy
African American Studies
Communication
English
Entrepreneurship
Environmental Studies
Finance
Fire Administration***
Fire Science***
History
Human Resource Management
Information Systems
International Business
Law Enforcement & Justice Administration
Legal Studies
Management
Manufacturing Technology
Marketing
Nonprofit Administration
Operations Management
Pre-MBA
Professional Writing
Psychology
Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration
Religious Studies
Security Administration
Sociology
Spanish
Supply Chain Management
Women’s Studies
Post-Baccalaureate Certificates
Business Administration
English
Environmental Geographic Information System
Health Services Administration
Museum Studies
Police Executive Administration
Supply Chain Management
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Zoo and Aquarium Studies
Graduate
Biology
Business Administration
Counseling
Educational & Interdisciplinary Studies
Educational Leadership
Elementary Education
English
Health Sciences
Instructional Design & Technology***
Law Enforcement & Justice Administration
Liberal Arts & Sciences**
Museum Studies**
Reading
Special Education
Doctorate
Educational Leadership
Environmental Science
*Completion program for students who are already a Licensed Registered Nurse (RN)
**Integrated bachelor’s and master’s degrees available
***Available online
JUST A CALL • OR CLICK • AWAY
Admissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .309.762.1495
wiu.edu/qc/admissions
Advising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .309.762.1988 Fax 309.762.8980
wiu.edu/qc/advising
Career Development . . . . . . . . . . . . .309.762.9080
wiu.edu/qc/careerservices
Disability Resource Center . . . . . . .309.762.9080
wiu.edu/qc/drc
Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .309.762.9080
wiu.edu/qc/fa
Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .309.762.9080
wiu.edu/qc/scholarships
Student Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .309.762.9080
wiu.edu/qc/student_life
Veterans Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . .309.762.9481 (QC)
309.298.3505 (Macomb)
wiu.edu/qc/veterans
3300 River Drive
Moline, IL 61265
309.762.WIU1 (9481)
wiu.edu/qc
wiu.edu/qc
YOUR school
“I like that the professors
are concerned with
students' success and
are eager to help
with networking."
–Tim Brooks
General Studies
Davenport, IA
QUICK FACTS
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LOCATION: Moline, IL
APPROXIMATE GREATER QUAD CITIES POPULATION: 471,000
TOTAL WIU-QC ENROLLMENT: 1501
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE: 11
FACULTY-TO-STUDENT RATIO: 12-1
COST TO ATTEND
(FALL 2014–SUMMER 2015)
• UNDERGRADUATE
Tuition and fees: $311.99* (per credit hour)
YOUR career
SCENIC RIVERFRONT SETTING
“Going to Western Illinois
University-QC has helped
me as a Law Enforcement &
Justice Administration major.
I’m not a number;
I’m a name.”
• GRADUATE
Tuition and fees: $341.56 * (per credit hour)
* An additional online fee for distance learning is $50 per credit hour.
• COST GUARANTEE
Lock in the same tuition and fee rate for four years.
wiu.edu/guarantee
3300 River Drive • Moline, IL
Settled along the banks of the Mississippi River,
our campus features state-of-the-art technology,
teaching, and learning environments. We are
located directly across from the Ben Butterworth
Parkway – a 50-acre park offering a paved trail
for walking, running and biking – at the corner
of River Drive and 34th Street.
–Brian Thompson
DISCOVER OUR CAMPUS
Law Enforcement &
Justice Administration
Moline, IL
• IN-STATE RATES • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
Students from Indiana, Iowa, Missouri
and Wisconsin receive in-state tuition
Discover Western Illinois University-Quad Cities is a way for
graduate and undergraduate students to experience campus
and meet faculty, advisors, and current students. Tour the Riverfront
campus and see what WIU-QC has to offer. Reserve a space online
at wiu.edu/qc/discover or call the admissions office at 309.762.1495.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
• SCHOLARSHIPS
Hundreds of scholarships are available for
Western Illinois University students and some
exclusively for those attending the Quad Cities
campus. View them at: wiu.edu/qc/scholarships
FRESHMAN
YOUR education
“If I need extra help with a class,
my professors spend time with me
making sure I understand
the concepts.”
– Kara Widel
Communication
Maquoketa, IA
At WIU-QC, we believe that a quality education is the key to a
successful career. Here you’ll find the entire WIU-QC family – faculty,
staff and administrators – is committed to creating a caring and
nurturing educational community for you.
DISCOVER
LINKAGES PROGRAM
COHORT PROGRAM
For more information on the Linkages
Program, go to: wiu.edu/qc /admissions
For more information and a list of
Cohort Program majors, go to:
wiu.edu/qc/cohort
The Linkages Program provides students
a way to earn an associate’s and bachelor’s
degree through their local community
college and Western Illinois UniversityQuad Cities.
To participate you must:
• Be a high school graduate
• Meet the average freshman profile
– ACT composite score 18-23
– High School GPA 2.63-3.34
• Be enrolled full-time between WIU
and a partnering community college
• Meet academic program requirements
The Cohort Program is an opportunity to
earn a bachelor’s degree in select majors
with other first year students beginning at
the same time. Cohort students complete
all classes at WIU-QC.
Requirements include:
• ACT score of 22 or higher
• High school GPA of 3.0 or higher
• Maintain a 3.0 GPA at WIU
to be part of the Honors Program
If an applicant has not earned 24 hours of
transferable credit, that student will need
to meet freshman admissions standards.
Individual appointments are welcome and can be scheduled
by calling 309.762.1495. Admissions office hours are 8:00am-4:30pm.
Visit us online at: wiu.edu/qc/admissions
YOUR campus
“The community on campus
is amazing. You get to know
everyone and become part
of a family.”
–Kaylee Cuppy
Communication
Silvis, IL
TRANSFER
Requirements include:
• At least 24 earned credit hours from a
regionally accredited college or university
• 2.0 GPA and in good academic standing
at the last school you attended
INDIVIDUAL VISITS
To Apply:
wiu.edu/qc/apply
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