10 things every new Illinois State grad should know

Illinois State's Alumni Association wants to leave you with some quick tips on how to fully take advantage of your new status as a Redbird alum.
Illinois State University Alumni Center

Virtual events strengthen Redbird connections

A shift in the way Redbirds can engage with Illinois State University has occurred over the past several months as a result of the coronavirus.
Graduates from the Freeman family include, from left, Tracy, Danielle, Matt, Natalie, Dave, Vickie, and Greg.

Redbird Legacy: Three generations of Redbirds

hose who founded ISU’s sorority and fraternity community more than 50 years ago would be proud of the 2,500 affiliated students today, as they find meaningful ways to live their organization’s...
Alison Alcazar ’18

Fighting COVID-19: Nursing alumna shares experience caring for pandemic patients

Mennonite College of Nursing prepares students to deal with the unexpected, as has been proven by graduates in hospitals across the country.
Marla Lowenthal

Thanks to You

Marla Lowenthal ’73 has traveled the world, taught U.S. military members living abroad in Europe, and holds four advanced degrees.
Artist Dr. Lorenzo Pace laughing in front of his work Triumph of the Human Spirit

Pause for Applause

Please join us in applauding these Illinois State University alumni.
Bone Student Center

Welcome to the renovated Bone Student Center

Take a tour of the newly renovated Bone Student Center with Danielle Miller-Schuster '97, M.A. '98, Ph.D '14.

‘Tis the season for a holiday drawing event

You asked, and we listened! Join us for a spectacular holiday drawing event with Sean Thornton '00.

Uptown Normal Tree Lighting

We’re kicking off the holiday season by bringing light to Uptown Normal!

Kanisha Lites: First African American feature baton twirler

Redbird Kanisha Lites ’07, a Junior Olympic (2003, 2004) baton twirler who recently learned she was the first African American feature baton twirler in the history of the Big Red Marching Machine.