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ISU On-the-Spot Admissions

Looking to transfer to Illinois State University from Heartland Community College?

Starting September 1, you can enroll for ISU’s summer or fall 2015 classes online at www.admissions.ilstu.edu/apply.

Speak with an ISU Rep on September 10

Representatives from ISU's Office of Admissions will be on Heartland's campus Wednesday, September 10. ISU reps will provide transfer information and On-the-Spot Admissions for those interested in starting at ISU in the summer or fall of 2015. This opportunity is open to students who still need to apply to ISU or who are awaiting a decision regarding their current application.*

Make an Appointment by September 5

To speak to an ISU rep or participate in On-the-Spot Admissions, make an appointment at Advisement (room 1000 in CCB) or by calling 309-268-8033. Appointments are on a first-come, first-served basis until 5 p.m. Friday, September 5.

Prepare for Your Appointment (On-the Spot-Admissions only)

Prior to your scheduled on-the spot-admissions session, complete the following steps:

  • Submit an application and $40 fee online at www.admissions.ilstu.edu/apply no later than September 5. Once submitted, print the application and bring a copy to your appointment.
  • Obtain and bring copies of your official transcripts from all that apply (allow enough time for processing):
    • Heartland
    • Previous college or university attended
  • If you have less than 24 semester hours of college credit earned, get a copy of your high school transcripts and ACT/SAT scores. Provide those at your appointment.
  • Meet all admission requirements (http://admissions.illinoisstate.edu/transfer/apply/requirements.php).

Can’t make it? ISU will also be on campus in October, November and December. Be on the lookout for updated dates and times or stop by Advisement.

*Admission decisions are made based on thorough evaluation of all application materials and transcripts. Please note, in some cases, On-the-Spot Admission may not be possible.

Parking for Tim McGraw Concert Available at HCC

The Normal Cornbelters will host Tim McGraw’s Sundown Heaven Town Tour on Friday, September 12 at the Corn Crib.

Parking will be available at the Corn Crib and other venues around town (see map here). Parking at Heartland will cost $10 car, which will cover the costs for added security and custodial staff. Remaining revenue will go to the College’s student organizations.

Individuals utilizing Heartland parking are advised that tailgating and alcohol consumption are not permitted on College grounds. Attendees may proceed to the concert via the Constitution Trail and sidewalk next to Raab Road.

For more information on the concert and parking, visit the Cornbelter’s website.


HCC Exhibit Features Works by Joann Goetzinger

Joann Goetzinger: Sculptural Drawings will be on display August 18 through October 10 in the Joe McCauley Gallery, located in Room 2507 of the Instructional Commons Building (ICB) on Heartland’s Normal campus, 1500 W. Raab Road. An artist talk will be held at 3:00 p.m. Thursday, October 9, in ICB 2805, with a reception to follow from 4:00-5:30 p.m. in the gallery.

In her Sculptural Drawings series, Goetzinger combines two and three-dimensional materials to imaginatively translate elements of vocal music into a visual form. She uses aluminum and wood to sculpt abstract, biomorphic forms and then adds colorful lines and shapes with acrylic paint to increase their visual animation. Her works actively engage interplay between positive shape and negative space, both within the piece and against the gallery walls.

Exhibits, events, and parking at Heartland’s Joe McCauley Gallery are free. Gallery hours are weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on days the College is open. For more information about this exhibit, contact Danell Dvorak, gallery coordinator, at danell.dvorak@heartland.edu and (309) 268-8599, or call Heartland’s Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Department at (309) 268-8620.

About the Artist

Goetzinger began her career in the arts as a music educator and professional singer with the Norman Luboff Choir. After discovering a strong connection between music and visual art, she redirected her creative vision towards portraying musical qualities in drawing, painting and sculpture. Her works have recently been exhibited at the Contemporary Art Center of Peoria, Eureka College, Galesburg Civic Art Center, Illinois State University Galleries, McLean County Art Center and Woman Made Gallery in Chicago.

Active in the Downtown Bloomington revitalization effort, Goetzinger opens her art studio during First Fridays at 101 W. Monroe Street. She is also a member of the Around the Corner Artist Group and is a co-founder, former co-owner and current exhibiting artist of Main Gallery 404.

Goetzinger holds a bachelor’s degree in music education from Illinois Wesleyan, a master’s degree in music from the American Conservatory of Music and a master of fine arts degree from Illinois State University.