UIC is an extremely diverse urban campus, and the History Dept. offers a very competitive program for students of American History. Additionally, this school is located in a world class city. The main drawback is that one can hardly take advantage of living in Chicago on a grad student's budget.
out of 5.0
The History Department at UIC has, for the most part, been both very supportive of my academic and professional pursuits and patient with my program when life intervenes.
out of 5.0
UIC, while lacking the inflated prestige of the University of Chicago and Northwestern, maintains the most diverse campus in metro Chicago. It is a privilege to work as a teaching assistant and take courses with stellar faculty.
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