The General Education requirements you need to complete for a degree (university required and engineering college required combined) :
(a) 6 hours of social and behavioral science. Although it appears you have 6 hours coming in, you are actually still short of one 3-hour course for civil engineering. It requires either Econ 102 or Econ 103. Thus, you will need that 5 AP score in Economics to actually complete the hours required for social and behavioral science.
(b) 6 hours of humanities and art. It does not appear any of your credits will apply to that requirement. You needed a 5 in US History to have it replace one of the history courses that can be used to meet the 6 hour requirement.
© 6 hours of cultural studies consisting of 3 in western/US and 3 in non-western. That Anth 103 would meet the non-western requirement (the course can be used to satisfy both the cultural and social studies requirements), but you have no credit coming in for a western/US course.
(d) Three semesters of a single foreign language, which can be meet by completion of the third high school year or higher high school level of a language. That is not shown on your list, although you mentioned AP Chinese (are you taking it or do you already have completion of a a third year level?)
(e) 6 hours of science/technology and 6 hours of quantitative reasoning. You will meet those with the courses you have coming in but meeting those requirements does not necessarily reduce the courses you need to complete toward the required 128. In other words, your biology and chemistry courses, and your CIS course may add hours for which you get credit but add nothing to reduce the science and computer science courses you will need to complete the 128 hours needed to graduate . Typically those requirements are always easily met by the required college courses you need to complete for civil engineering. You do have one course that replaces one needed to graduate in civil engineering: math AB which counts as math 220, so out of all the science, math and and CIS courses you have, only the 5 hours for math replace any curses you are going to need to graduate in civil engineering.
(f) Rhethoric 105, a four hour course which is met by your AP English Language score.
In other words, though you might have 30 hours in course credit coming in, and assuming you actually get a 5 on the AP Econ test, you are currently showing coming into UIUC with 15 hours (Anth, Econ, AP Lang, and math AB – psych adds nothing because of there Econ GE requirement) that actually replace courses you need to complete the 128 hours needed to graduate, and you may or may not also have the foreign language requirement met (but as to the 128 that does not add much because the 128 needed to graduate more or less presumes you will have the language requirement met by high school courses). So basically you will still need to complete about 14 hours per semester to graduate within four years, 16 to graduate in 3 1/2, and more than 18 to graduate in three years. and you should add 3 hours to those per semester numbers to get the likely actual hours you will be spending in class per week.
Also, none of the above considers the issue of prerequisites and actually getting the courses you need when you need them. As you progress from freshman to higher level courses, you will start to get prerequisites – required courses needed before taking a course – and you cannot take the course until you meet the prerequisites. That is usually only a minor issue to a four-year student but it can become a more significant issue for someone trying to graduate early, because you can face an issue that a prerequisite needed may be offered only in one of the semesters per year, or the times it is offered conflict with other courses you need to take in a semester.