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Enrollment open for Spring 2020 classes at Rockford University

12/17/2019 1:18 pm

There is still time to enroll for spring courses at Rockford University. Traditional undergraduate classes begin Tuesday, January 21, 2020. Additional start dates are available for Master’s level courses in Business and Education as well as the Management Studies bachelor’s completion program, which features multiple start dates of Jan. 6, Feb. 8 and March 6.

Rockford University is a four-year, co-educational institution offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in traditional liberal arts and professional fields. The University offers approximately 80 areas of study and provides diverse programming for students in all levels of education including undergraduate (bachelor’s degree), graduate (master’s level business and education), transfer students and adult bachelor’s degree completion in management studies (BSMS). Rockford University is also a participant in the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program for veterans.

The MAT program offers several licensure plans and endorsements in areas like special education, reading specialist, elementary education, secondary education, and bi-lingual education. There are also a variety of options available to degreed professionals who may wish to enter the teaching profession. Online bilingual and ESL endorsements are offered within the new Master of Education (MEd) programming.

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program offers students the ability to further customize their degree with concentrations in finance, healthcare administration and project management. Interested students may also take up to four courses before formally enrolling in the program.

For Traditional Undergraduate Information: Contact the Rockford University Office of Admission at 815-226-4050 for more information about applying for undergraduate classes. You may also learn more or apply online by visiting

For Adult and Graduate Programs: Contact Adult and Graduate Studies Office 815-226-4040 or visit or