The motto of Illinois State University is 'Gladly we Learn and Teach'.

The University of Illinois campus is located in both Champaign, IL and Urbana, IL.

3.89 is the average high school gpa of those admitted

Some famous people that went to Illinois State University are: Gary Alan Sinise (actor), Jeffrey Perry(actor),

Timothy Darrell "Tim" Russ (actor), Craig Phillip Robinson (actor), John Gavin Malkovich(actor), Laura Elizabeth "Laurie" Metcalf(actor), Jane Marie Lynch (actor), Michael Zimmer (football coach), Brock Allen Stewart (baseball),

Nathan Palmer Jr. (football), Laurent Robinson(football), Dennis Ray Nelson (football),Harry Osterman (Chicago city council), Christine Winger (Congressman from Illinois), Tammie Wilson,(Congressman from Alaska), and many others.

There are three campuses so at UIC there are 20,091, at UIS there are 5,175, and at Urbana-Champagne there are 42,606.

The Illinois Factory Act was created in 1893. It prohibited child labor and limited women's working hours and it soon became a model for other states.

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The grade point average scale is based out of a total of 4.0-points. 9.88 out of 10.00 can be converted into 98.80 percent (%). 98.80% of 4.00 equals a GPA of 3.95. However, each institution may have different methods for transferring grades and recalculating GPA index scores. It is advisable to always verify with the admissions department on how they calculate GPA.

If you're talking about SUNY Cortland in New York, then you need a high school g.p.a of 88-92 and an sat score of 1050-1150. Hope that helps.

illini is some sort of Indian tribe that i guess was stationed in Illinois and so i guess that's how they got that nickname. and because illini is short for Illinois

About 42,000 undergrad and 15-20 thousand grad/professional.

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Probably not. You probably need something like a 22 or a 23

The University of Illinois has been the the tournament 25 times - the first being in 1942 and the last of course this year. So far they have not won the Championship...four times they have gone to the Final Four (1949, 1951, 1952, and 1989) and their tournament record is 29 wins and 24 losses.

They are about 60 miles apart. By vehicle, about an hour.

new person. you cannot get a 4.0 for 12th grade because that will leave you with a 3.7 overall GPA.

heres how to calculate your GPA: 1. add your scores plus what you want to get in 12th grade (3.27+3.47+4.28+4.98 ) you must get 4.98 and up, you cant get less because 2. the result you get from the sum of the scores which is 16 will be divided by the number of scores you're adding, which is 4. 16 divided by 4 is 4 C:p.s yo u can use this technique at school when calculating a class test average. so you must get 4.98 and up. I agree with the comment below me: you should get a 5.00 GPA because is not quite possible to get a 4.98 GPA, BUT WITH THIS THAT YOU KNOW NOW, GO TO YOUR SCHOOL COUNCELOR AND TELL HER ABOUT YOUR CALCULATIONS- SHE WILL BE MORE THAN GLAD TO HELP YOU.

It depends on how many credits you take each year. But, assuming the number of credits in each year are the same (and of course, assuming a 5-point-based GPA rather than 4-pt, in which case the 4.28 in 11th grade would have been impossible): You need a 4.98 GPA in 12th grade. However, assuming that your individual class quality points are always whole numbers, it will be impossible to earn a GPA of exactly 4.98 unless you took 50 credits (and got an A in 49 classes and a B in one). Therefore, for all practical purposes, you need a 5.0 GPA during your senior year.