Reggie with pennant

Illinois State departments, registered student organizations, and community organizations are invited to be a part of the event by submitting a photo or video to include in the virtual parade.

image of Redbird head, seal, and diplomas

The University has planned an alternative, in-person celebratory experience for graduates—a Redbird Stage Crossing.

Student stands in the newly renovated Bone Student Center

The Bone Student Center Revitalization is almost complete.

Two students seated at a table.

Now on the Bone Student Center’s second floor, Career Services’ new location brings career support and vision to the University.

The Quad after snowfall

Redbirds Reach Out is a new opportunity from the Redbirds Keep Thriving initiative. Redbirds Reach Out allows students who are feeling overwhelmed, lonely, or worried to submit a request for a letter of support.

The start of each new year usually brings a fresh desire to try something new, stay consistent with a habit, or resolve to do something differently.

building covered with colorful mural honoring George Floyd

A new programming series from the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) will encourage campus and community members to come together in conversations around community safety and justice.

Indigenous women in a field

The Native American Film Series for spring 2021 will include discussion forums focusing on historic, contemporary, and unheeded issues facing Indigenous peoples.

Fell Hall and the Redbird Plaza with fall foliage and blue skies

For over 40 years, Student Access and Accommodation Services (SAAS) at Illinois State University has offered support for students with disabilities and/or medical/mental health conditions.

Man with sword and woman

Illinois State’s highly successful Redbird Philanthropy Week will be repeated this year February 22-26. The annual event is a tradition aimed at nurturing a collective sense of gratitude for the donors who enhance the Redbird experience.