At a Glance: April 4

Apr 7, 2022
Online Programs Announcements
Registration for Summer and Fall
Have you checked your time tickets? They are now viewable in the Student Portal under your Profile page. Registration for summer and fall courses will open as early as April 4. Non-degree or PAT students may see different time tickets for summer and fall. Mark your calendar for when you are eligible to register. Take time now to review your degree plan with a Student & Academic Success Specialist to prepare for registration!

Registering for ACCY 503? 
ACCY 503: Managerial Accounting is reserved for iMBA and iMSM summer graduates. If you are graduating this summer, you will receive an email from Gies Online with instructions on how to register. If you are graduating this summer and do not receive an email by Friday, April 8, please email iMSM PAT students will be able to register for ACCY 503 as scheduled.
iConverge 2022 - Hotel Information
It's that time of year – we're looking ahead to iConverge! Mark your calendar and plan to be in Champaign September 8-10, 2022. This is a great opportunity for you to meet fellow students and the faculty you learn from. 


Because of the football game and other university events being held during iConverge weekend, we encourage you to book your hotel as soon as possible. Hotel reservations are the responsibility of each attendee. We suggest the following hotels, which are close to campus: 
Other hotels in the area can be found at Visit Champaign County. You can also explore Airbnb for other accommodation options.
Gies Builds iBlock, Leading Blockchain Revolution in Higher Education
Gies College of Business is solidifying its place at the forefront of the blockchain revolution with the creation of its own blockchain, to be used for both teaching and research. The blockchain – called iBlock – is a product of the College’s Disruption Lab and grew out of the growing demand for a deep understanding of blockchain applications and the desire to disrupt the marketplace with new ones. To read more, click here.
Be Aware of Phishing Scams
Noticing strange emails in your inbox? Phishing scams are common, and it is important to protect yourself when online. Phishing is a technique used to steal personal information, usually passwords or financial information. If you receive a suspicious email, you should delete it immediately. You can also email report it to Want to know if the University of Illinois really sent you an email? Call Technology Services Help Desk at 217-244-7000 Read more about phishing scams and how to protect yourself online here
Spring Employer Showcase
April 4 | 6 PM CT | Grainger | Register here
April 5 | 11:30 AM CT | PwC | Register here
Summer Registration Deadline
May 12
May 2022 Gies Convocation
May 15 | 1:30 PM CT | State Farm Center
Summer Courses Start - iMBA, iMSM, non-ACCY electives
May 18
iMSA Summer Courses Start
June 13
iConverge 2022
September 8 - 10