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Change Your Course at East-West University

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Change Your Course at East-West University

Undergrad Students

Get a highly affordable degree that can help you navigate a path towards a more rewarding career.

International Students

Study abroad at a university with a global and multicultural perspective in one of the biggest cities in the U.S.

Diversity, Affordability, Academic Excellence

Our students graduate with low debt and an education that's prepared them for a well-paying career. At East-West, count on diversity, affordability, and academic excellence.

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Our relevant, career-focused degree programs can help prepare you for an in-demand job in a well-paying field.

Real Students and Real Success

You could be next. Start a new path today.

“I’ve always lived by a motto saying can't stop, won't stop. Now, being the first generation to get my degree makes me feel like I am unstoppable.”

“I received the opportunity of a lifetime; it was a chance for me to have a fresh start, a chance to get out of all the darkness and build myself a future.”

“I'd like to thank all the professors that helped us get to this point, who never gave up on us, and kept pushing us to be better.”

Visit the East-West University Campus on Michigan Avenue in Downtown Chicago.

Tours of the East-West University campus are available Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Call 1-312-939-0111 or contact us at [email protected] to schedule a visit with us.

An Affordable Degree in an Academically Diverse Setting

  • 5th Lowest Student Debt
  • Academic Excellence
  • Close to Home or an International Experience Along Downtown Chicago's Michigan Ave
  • Personal Attention and Care for All

News and Events

Academic Calendar

February 7 - February 8

Midterms

February 23

Last Day to Withdraw From a Class (W grade recorded)

March 20 - March 21

Final Examination Period

March 23 - March 31

Spring Break (for students)

March 28

New Student Orientation

March 29

Good Friday; Last day for proficiency testing and to withdraw without penalty

April 1

Classes Begin (Spring Quarter)