The center will be located in the current Instructional Technology and Development Center, 301 S. Main Street, Normal.
Illinois State University students, faculty, and staff will be able to renew their Illinois driver's licenses and purchase vehicle license plate stickers without leaving campus.
In his sixth State of the University Address, Illinois State University President Larry Dietz stressed that the University’s ongoing success, even during challenging times, results…
Mark Walbert, associate vice president for Academic Technologies, has announced plans to retire from Illinois State University on June 30, 2020. …
Illinois State University welcomed 3,860 freshmen to campus for the 2019-2020 academic year, its largest freshman class in 33 years.
The Bloomington-Normal Airport Authority and Illinois State University College of Fine Arts have announced the opening of the new ISU School of Art Student Art…
Illinois State University has selected Gilbane Development Company as the developer for a public/private partnership (P3) student housing development on campus.
As part of an ongoing accreditation process, Illinois State University successfully completed its periodic assurance review with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
Illinois State has robust campus safety and security measures and a large team of University personnel who make those plans and procedures work.
Around 6,250 students will travel to Illinois State University August 5-18 for the fall 2019 move-in.