Reggie Redbird invites students to have fun after the parade and before the big game on October 21 at his Homecoming Tailgate, starting at 11:30 a.m. Students and their guests can enjoy free food, live music, yard games, a photo booth, door prizes, and more on the lawn outside Turner Hall. Door prizes include ISU t-shirts, jerseys,
Open forums for the director of Event Management, Dining, and Hospitality position will be June 6-13.
The Tunnel of Oppression is an interactive theatre that challenges the way students think of marginalized groups.
The December 2016 graduates will be recognized at ceremonies on December 17.
Lunch n’ Learns provide an open environment for the whole campus to learn about a certain topic, share their truths, create dialogue, and receive a free meal.
Holiday Helper is a program that gives Illinois State students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to provide gifts and parties for over 200 underprivileged children in the Bloomington-Normal community.
Volunteers for the service project, Trick-or-Treat for Change, can dress in costume and trick-or-treat for monetary donations from residents in the Bloomington-Normal community on Halloween.
Sister Circles is designed to inspire and empower women on the Illinois State campus to begin creating positive change in their own state of wellness.
Incoming student leaders at Illinois State University kicked off their semester a little early August 15-17 at Camp LEAD, coordinated by the Leadership and Community Connections office.
In preparation for renovation of the Bone Student Center, several of the Dean of Students Office locations moved over the summer.