UIC College Prep has 846 graduates who attend over 70 different colleges and universities including Dartmouth College, University of Notre Dame, the US Naval Academy, Brown University, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Cornell University, University of Chicago, Franklin & Marshall College, the University of Michigan, and Northwestern University.
Mr. Carlos Rivas
312-835-1753 (work mobile)
Mr. Jon Torres
773-318-9818 (work mobile)
Alumni counselors work to support alumni in their college and career pursuits to lead fulfilling lives. To do so we support alumni with the following:
Develop relationships with alumni in order to be a resource they use often
Troubleshoot with alumni around different obstacles they face (financial aid/fees, difficulty in classes, problems with roommates, school / life balance, etc.)
Assist students with financial aid process including FAFSA, verification and appeals
Assist students with the transfer process (with particular knowledge of City Colleges of Chicago)
Develop and implement a plan of action for struggling alumni
Track course selection, and semester grades to help alumni assess whether they are on-track
Visit college campus to meet with current alum
Work to facilitate the college enrollment of the Senior high school class
Maintain contact with each alum via phone calls, text, email, Facebook, etc.
Class of 2016 Achievements
100% were accepted into 4-year colleges
Over 1,100 separate acceptances to college and universities across the country, including the Noble Network's first acceptance to MIT
Millions of scholarship and grant dollars have been awarded to our graduates
2 graduates attending the US Naval Academy and 1 attending US Military Academy (Westpoint); 3 ROTC Tuition Waiver recipients
1 Gates Millennium Scholar (full ride scholarship) & 2 Posse Scholars (full tuition scholarships)
*(updated Aug 2016)
Meet Our Alumni
"With my college degree I will be seen as a persistent and educated Latina capable of creating change. I will advocate for the people that aren't heard, and I will show students that challenges will keep us from fighting for our dreams, but we have the power to succeed."
— Katherine, LSV Scholarship recipient,
UICCP, Class of 2012
Illinois Wesleyan University, Class of 2016
"I started high school at UIC College Prep in 2008 when I first encountered the song "Man in the Mirror." It was basically our anthem. I have been in a state of reflection for the past 8 years. I found my passions and drive, what I really wanted to do and accomplish in my life. Now my time of reflection has ended. The last stanza of the song is "Make That Change." Now I'm going to make a change."
— Jasmine, UICCP, Class of 2012
Knox College, Class of 2016
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