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Welcome New Students

Congratulations on your admission to Industrial Technology and Management at IIT! We are looking forward to working with you on achieving your educational goals. Our dedicated faculty and staff are here to help you each step along the way. Always feel free to contact the INTM Office if you have any questions or need assistance.

Getting Started at IIT

Newly admitted students must confirm their intention to enroll at the university. The process is slightly different for undergraduate and graduate students. Please click on the appropriate link below to access forms and instructions for confirming enrollment:

Academic Advising

Once you have confirmed your intention to enroll and all registration holds are cleared (International students must check-in with the International Center), please contact or visit the INTM Office to meet with an academic adviser. The first meeting between a student and an adviser is very important; a shared understanding of educational interests and career goals helps with course selection. Any questions or concerns can be addressed promptly and registration is often completed during the visit. Online and working students should call the INTM office at 312.567.3650 to speak with an adviser or set up an appointment.

Course Schedule

Please review the course schedule and course descriptions prior to the academic advising session. Course syllabi are available from the INTM department. The INTM course schedule is available at right or view IIT’s master course schedule.

Essential Information for New Students

Getting registered for classes is just one of many tasks that a new student must accomplish. To ensure INTM students have all the basics covered, please download…

This packet includes instructions for working in the myIIT Portal, the primary access point for all essential student systems including IIT email and Google Apps, Blackboard, Registration, Student Accounts, Student Records, IIT News, and more. Also included is information on waitlisting, payment options and deadlines, student health insurance and immunization requirements, on-campus parking, textbooks, the academic calendar, and more.

Access to university resources is available through the IIT QUICK LINKS MENU

New Student Orientation

Orientation is a great way to learn more about student resources and important administrative procedures at IIT. Orientation takes place the week before each new semester starts. In fall, a large number of new students arrive on campus and Orientation comprises a full week of activities. In spring, Orientation comprises only one to two days of informational sessions.

  • Review the ORIENTATION SCHEDULE to identify important dates of attendance and mandatory information sessions (International students).
  • Domestic commuter students generally attend only one day of Orientation, in order to pick up their student ID card, meet with an academic adviser, and register for classes. To accommodate working students, those activities can be accomplished earlier by scheduling a visit to campus on a convenient date. Simply call the INTM Office to schedule an appointment.
  • International and full-time, on-campus students should plan to attend the full two-day schedule of informational sessions – and don’t miss those mandatory sessions!

Registration Changes

Students may add or drop classes (with 100% refund) up until the published Add/Drop Deadline (two weeks after the semester begins). View the Academic Calendar. After that date, students may withdraw from a course (with no refund) up until the 10th week in the semester. Students should consult with their academic adviser before making schedule changes or withdrawing from a course.

Full-time domestic students cannot drop to part-time status without prior consultation with the Office of Financial Aid, due to the impact to scholarship and loan packages. International students must maintain full-time status to comply with immigration regulations.

Undergraduate Program of Study

All INTM undergraduate students receive an official Transcript Evaluation issued by the Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs (UGAA). The evaluation identifies all transfer credit and how it will be applied toward BINTM degree requirements. The INTM Office reviews all transcript evaluations and informs students if there is any outstanding coursework needed to fulfill program admission requirements. INTM advisers are available on an ongoing basis to discuss academic progress and address any questions or concerns.

Undergraduate students may monitor their own academic progress using the DegreeWorks system, accessible through the ‘Academics’ tab within myIIT. This system is useful, but does not take the place of an official academic audit or academic advising. All undergraduate students must consult with an adviser regarding course choices each semester in order to obtain the Alternate PIN required for registration.

Graduate Program of Study

Graduate students will be required to complete an online G401 Program of Study Form during their first semester of attendance. The 401 form serves to identify the 10 courses/30 hours of INTM coursework to be completed for the MITO degree. Students with transfer credit from another university must utilize the 401 form to transfer the credit; this should be done in consultation with an academic adviser. Instructions for Graduate 401 Program of Study form.

Questions? Problems?

Please contact the INTM Office if you have a question or problem. For immediate assistance, it is best to call or visit; a staff member is normally in the office until 6:00 p.m. to assist students.

Again, welcome to IIT and the INTM Program!