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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY CARBONDALE

LEADING the Pack


Love At First Sight. We Get That A Lot.

#salukiselfie


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Open House. Daily Visit. Register ahead to maximize your visit potential.

VISIT.SIU.EDU

“When I visited campus, the interest that faculty already showed in my career and what the university could bring to me absolutely confirmed my decision to come here.” – Caleb Gomes, Du Quoin, Illinois, Music Theory and Composition major


SALUKI COUNTRY. Two Major Rivers National Forest State Parks

ST. LOUIS 104 miles

Orchards Vineyards NASHVILLE 216 miles

MEMPHIS 214 miles

Lakes


Must-Sees / Dos:

– Dine local. Foodie finds to burger joints. Repeat. – Devil’s Standtable. Inspiration Point. Or Little Grand Canyon. Get outside! – Small town exploration. Hidden garden maze. Tunnel bike trail. – Movie theater or live theater. Your favorite local band. Mall or boutique. – Dawg Pound. Loud, proud Saluki team support.

Symbiosis

The university is a vital part of the region’s economy and cultural landscape. Every part of the university – from architectural studies to zoology – is involved in community outreach. When you are a Saluki, you are part of a community. That means something. SIU is a Carnegie Foundation Community Engagement university.


KNOWLEDGE CREATION. aka Academic Opportunities

“I work with both science and education advisors and faculty.” Aubrey McKenzie, Marion, Ill., Mathematics Education major Saluki Ambassador

“I love the faculty here. They really care about their students, and they give us freedom to grow.” Alexis Nwokoji, Nashville, Tenn., Musical Theater major, star of McLeod Summer Playhouse “Sister Act” and more.


? r e m m u S t s a L o D What Did You FIELD SCHOOLS – FIELD EXPERIENCE

STUDY ABROAD

Ben Westrich, Ava, Illinois Crop, Soil and Environmental Management Australia, New Zealand, Costa Rica study abroad trips

Digging Deeper. The Center for Archaeological Investigations Summer Field School at Fort Kaskaskia.

SUMMER INTERNSHIP

Jordan Bonadurer, Chicago Languages, Cultures and International Studies – Summer internship with the Via Consulare Archaeology project in Pompeii, Italy

UNIVERSITY HONORS PROGRAM:

Specialized classes. Global seminars. Leadership opportunities.


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I DO AND I UNDERSTAND. CONFUCIUS. 551 BC-479 BC

DO THE THING. PUBLISH YOUR PAPER. PROPOSE A DESIGN PLAN. DEVELOP AN INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO. YOU WILL BE DOING BEFORE YOU ARE


“I love work ing in the ar ts — letting m y creativity flow and he lping others cultivate id eas.” Maria

Mid-Continent Student Conference of the American Society of Civil Engineers at SIU 2018 Concrete Canoe and Steel Bridge Competitions

THE JOB EVEN ON THE JOB.

TRACK AREA WILDLIFE. POLL THE PUBLIC. IMPROVE SOLAR CELLS. MAKE AN AUTISTIC CHILD SMILE.

Leifheit, York shire, Illinois English majo r, editor of G rassroots, S arts magazi IU’s literary ne, coordina and tor of Devil’s Festival Kitchen Lite rary


SIU at a glance 14-to-1

Student-to-faculty ratio.

35% of undergraduates are minority students.

SIU is among the top

of classes have 19 or fewer students.

998 FACULTY MEMBERS in 2017

84% of courses offered have fewer than 30 students.

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of all U.S. higher ed research institutions

3,567

graduate students are working toward their master’s, Ph.D., law or medical degrees.

3 Million – Books MILLION RESEARCH GRANTS AWARDED TO SIU.

14,554 30

%

of the food in University Housing dining halls comes from within Illinois or a 250-mile radius of campus.

of undergraduates are from out-of-state

at Morris Library. Books are only part of the collection.

students from every state and more than 100 countries.

Costs $14,599

Tuition and fees

$10,622

Housing and meals

90

%

Receive Financial Aid


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THE GREAT CARDBOARD BOAT REGATTA is an oft-copied SIU original! Build a cardboard boat, cross the finish line or sink trying.

Medical professionals at Student Health Services

It’s a Saluki nation – we’ve eliminated out-of-state tuition.

28’ CLIMBING WALL AT THE STUDENT REC CENTER.

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Onlinecolleges.com ranks SIU among the top in online financial aid.

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ALL THE SALUKIS!

water bottles out of landfills through reuse / recycle efforts.

WE CELEBRATE: Black History, Women’s History, Asian Pacific American Heritage, LGBTQ History, Hispanic/Latino Heritage, and Native American Heritage.

– Major theater productions + additional special performances

15 SALUKI ATHLETIC TEAMS

Colors: Maroon & White Mascot: Salukis Fight Song: Go Southern Go!

Restaurants in the Student Center

THE BIG MUDDY FILM FESTIVAL – one of the oldest studentrun film festivals in the U.S.

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– Multi-day/ multi-site music festivals + dozens of individual concerts


Find Your

Pack

“You have to throw all the pre-conceived notions out of your head. Be open to anything. You never know what doors will open or what you’ll learn about yourself.”

Ryan Davis, St. Louis, Missouri

Radio/TV/Digital Media major

River Region Evening Edition sports anchor, sports and associate producer, cameraman


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Residence Hall Dining – Convenient. Customizable. Cute.


The people you meet, the memories you make, the love you share – all of that is as important as the diploma you earn.


I already have a job lined up as staff accountant for a dance company.

JOBS! Help with your résumé. Job interview preparation. Career fairs with dozens of national firms ready to hire. Career Services

Montana Taylor, Evansville, Indiana Accounting and Sports Administration double major/double degree Saluki Athletics, Media Services Intern

Be well! Student Health Services

Yikes!

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Our classes are not just lectures. Hands-on, real work is part of the curriculum – it’s not an extra.” Ellen Novar, Marketing faculty


ADMISSIONS AND FINANCIAL AID

Apply NOW! Apply online: admissions.siu.edu/apply Send your official high school transcripts Send your ACT or SAT scores Application fee is $40 (nonrefundable)

Apply early!

Let's Get

Started

Most students apply one year before they intend to begin college. Applying early gives you the best chance of admission, scholarships and financial aid.


AFFORDABILITY Learn to Love the FAFSA!!

It’s free. It’s online. It’s your ticket to financial aid. More than

90%

of our students receive financial aid. Apply early for your best chance.

How to Apply for Financial Aid:

• Fill out the FAFSA • Include the SIU federal school code: 001758 •A  pply by Nov. 1 for scholarship consideration. • F ill out the General Scholarship Application as soon as you are admitted.

Financial Aid Deadline:

Complete the FAFSA after Oct. 1 but before Dec. 1 for priority consideration.

Scholarships

• Fill out the General Scholarship Application by Dec. 1. •A  ll academic scholarship offers are made electronically – be sure to check your email frequently and respond promptly to any offers. •S  ee what’s available: scholarships.siu.edu

What’s Your Score Worth?

Chancellor’s Scholarships

cover full tuition, fees, room and board!

• 28+ ACT / 1310+ SAT & 3.5 GPA – Potential candidate for our Chancellor’s Scholarship* • 2 4-27 ACT / 1160-1300 SAT & 3.5 GPA – $4,000/year scholarship • Apply to SIU by Nov. 1 for maximum eligibility. • 3 .5 transfer GPA – Transfer Scholarship – begins at $4,000* Be admitted to SIU by Feb. 1 for maximum eligibility for transfer scholarships. *G  o to scholarships.siu.edu for additional scholarship deadlines and details.

IT’S A SALUKI NATION.

We’ve eliminated out-of-state tuition. Here’s more information: Installment payment plan. SIU offers an interest-free monthly payment plan with flexible payment options. Tuition guarantee. The tuition you pay as a freshman is locked in for four years. Tuition increases will not affect you. Legacy Tuition Rate. If your parent or guardian is an SIU graduate, you qualify. 2019-2020 costs: Rates will be online when available. 2018-2019 costs: Tuition and fees: $14,599 Housing and meals: $10,622 Total: $25,221

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For updates: catalog.siu.edu/programs

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Majors Accounting + Africana Studies Agribusiness Economics Agricultural Systems and   Education Agricultural Communications Agricultural Education Agricultural Systems   Technology Management Agriculture Production  Management Food and Process Engineering  Technology General Agriculture Animal Science Equine Science Production Science & Pre-Veterinary Anthropology Architectural Studies Construction Management Art* Art History Ceramics Communication Design Drawing General Studio Glass Industrial Design Metalsmithing Painting Printmaking Sculpture Automotive Technology Aviation Flight** Aviation Management Professional Pilot

MAJORS

Aviation Technologies + Aircraft Maintenance Aviation Electronics Helicopter Maintenance Behavior Analysis and   Therapy Biological Sciences* Biomedical Science Ecology Business and   Administration*** + Chemistry American Chemical Society  Certification Biochemistry Business Chemical Education Chemistry Honors Comprehensive Chemistry Environmental Chemistry Forensic Chemistry Cinema & Photography Cinema Media Arts Photography Civil Engineering Environmental Engineering Communication Disorders   and Sciences* Communication Studies Intercultural Communication Interpersonal Communication Organizational Communication Performance Studies Persuasive Communication Public Relations Computer Engineering Computer and Electrical   Engineering (dual degree)

Computer Science Criminology and   Criminal Justice + Crop, Soil, and Environmental  Management Crop Production and  Management Soil Science Dental Hygiene Dental Hygiene Education/   Management Early Childhood* Child and Family Services Preschool/Primary Economics Financial Economics General Economics International Economics Law and Economics Electrical Engineering Electrical Engineering  Technology + Electronic Systems   Technologies + Electronics Management Elementary Education* English* Creative Writing Literature Pre-professional Exercise Science Fashion Design and   Merchandising Fashion Design Fashion Merchandising Fashion Stylist Fermentation Science Finance Financial Institutions

Financial Management Investments Forestry Forest Hydrology Forest Recreation and   Park Management Forest Resources   Management Urban Forest Management Wildlife Habitat Management   and Conservation Geography & Environmental  Resources Climate and Water Resources Environmental Sustainability Geographic Information   Science Geology Environmental Geology Geophysics Resource Geology Health Care Management + History* History Honors Horticulture Production Horticulture Landscape Horticulture Turf Management Hospitality & Tourism  Administration + Human Nutrition & Dietetics Dietetics/Pre-Nursing Nutrition for Wellness Didactic Program in Dietetics Industrial Management and   Applied Engineering + Quality Management Information Systems   Technologies +


and MINORS Interior Design Journalism + Advertising/Integrated   Marketing Communications News-Editorial Photojournalism Sports Media Languages, Cultures,   International Studies African & Middle Eastern  Studies Asia & South Pacific   Studies Classics East Asian Language & Culture Europe Studies Foreign Language &   International Trade French French-Teacher Education* German German-Teacher Education* International Studies Latin American &   Caribbean Studies Spanish Spanish-Teacher Education* Linguistics English as a New Language Management Entrepreneurship Management of Health Care  Enterprises Personnel Management Supply Chain Management Marketing Mathematics* Actuarial Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Microbiology

Mortuary Science & Funeral  Service + Music* Liberal Arts - Music Music Business Music Education Music Theory-Composition Performance-Guitar Performance-Instrumental Performance-Keyboard Performance-Voice Studio Jazz Performance Musical Theater Paralegal Studies Pre-Law Philosophy Pre-Law Physical Therapist   Assistant** Physics Biomedical Physics Computational Physics Materials and Nanophysics Physiology Plant Biology Ecology Molecular and   Biochemical Physiology Systematics and Biodiversity Political Science International Affairs Pre-Law Public Service Psychology Parent Training Public Health Public Safety   Management*** +

Radio, Television, and   Digital Media Digital Media Arts and  Animation Electronic Journalism Electronic Sports Media Media Industries Production-Radio/Audio Production-TV/Video Radiologic Sciences** + Radiology Management/   Education Diagnostic Medical     Ultrasound Magnetic Resonance     Imaging/Computed     Tomography Radiation Therapy     Technology Recreation Professions Recreation Management Outdoor Leadership and  Management Therapeutic Recreation Rehabilitation Services Social Work Sociology Special Education* Sport Administration Technical Resource   Management + Health and Safety  Management Organizational Development Theater University Studies Workforce Education &  Development

Organizational Training and  Development Zoology Animal Biology Environmental Biology Fisheries Biology and   Aquatic Conservation Pre-Veterinary Medicine Wildlife Biology and  Conservation

Pre-Professional Programs, Non-Degree Programs Pre-Chiropractic Pre-Dentistry Pre-Engineering Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Music Pre-Nursing Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Optometry

Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Physician Assistant Pre-Podiatry Pre-Veterinary Medicine

ROTC

Aerospace Studies   (Air Force ROTC) Leadership Military Science   (Army ROTC)

Minors

(Most majors are also available as a minor)

Aerospace Studies   (Air Force ROTC) Air Traffic Control Aircraft Product Support Airport Management and   Planning American Sign Language American Studies Animation Art Education Asian Studies Child and Family Services Chinese Classical Civilization Coaching East Asian Civilization Energy Engineering Environmental Studies Equine Studies Food and Process   Engineering Technology Forensic Science Game Design and   Development GIS Global Studies Greek Health Information and   Informatics Management Japanese Kinesiology Latin Latino & Latin American   Studies Leadership Military Science   (Army ROTC) Long Term Care Administration

Museum Studies Native American Studies Neuroscience Peace Studies Photography STEM Leadership Sustainability Television Studies Visual and Screen Cultures Women, Gender and   Sexuality Studies

Key    Maroon = Major    Black = Specialization    

+ = Online major degree

or degree completion options.

* T eacher certification program available.

** A ssociate degree

program; can lead toward a bachelor’s degree or third-year specialization beyond associate.

*** Offered off campus only.

admissions.siu.edu/majors online.siu.edu


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Southern Illinois University Carbondale - 2018-19 Freshman Recruitment  

Leading the Pack.

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Leading the Pack.

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