Spanish is an important part of many students' Illinois experience. Whether you decide to major or minor in Spanish, use it to fulfill university requirements or make it a part of your international education, consult the table below to find answers and contact information for your questions about Spanish.
|Course credit earned||Next steps|
|State Seal of Biliteracy||second level Spanish (SPAN 102/122)||Enroll in SPAN 130|
|AP Spanish score of 3||fourth level Spanish (SPAN 141/142)||Begin the Spanish major/minor or take classes for your own interest. SPAN 200, 202, 204, 208 and 232 are good places to start.|
|AP Spanish score of 4 or 5||SPAN 200 and SPAN 204||You are already two courses toward the Spanish major (take nine more classes) or Spanish minor (take four more classes). SPAN 202, 208, 228 and 232 are good places to start.|
|International Baccalaureate||At link, scroll to Spanish to see scores and credits.|
|Illinois' proficiency exam||
Information received with results.
|Contact Robb Larson, (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any questions.|
|Illinois' placement exam||No course credit.||Contact Robb Larson, (email@example.com) for any questions.|
|You grew up in a home where Spanish was spoken.||---||For SPAN 228, register for the section in Banner designated "FOR HERITAGE SPEAKERS 'Online/hours arranged'|
|You need a language evaluation.||---||For Fulbright or engineering study abroad applications, please see the instructions under "Language Assessments."|
100-level Spanish courses
Learn more about our Spanish basic language program. For questions about SPAN 101, 102, 122 or 130, contact Ms. Melanie Waters (firstname.lastname@example.org). For questions about SPAN 141 or 142, contact Mr. Brenden Carollo (email@example.com).
We offer a Spanish tutoring room that our students can use early and often. Note: The Spanish tutoring room is closed for the SP21 semester.