Illinois State’s civic engagement and responsibility minor is for every student, representing five of the University’s six colleges, and encourages students to engage in community service.
The Center for Civic Engagement is encouraging Redbirds to remain engaged in the political process by watching the presidential inauguration.
This fall, the Center for Civic Engagement welcomed new members to its Community Consulting Board.
Based on recommendations from their new strategic plan, the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning is beginning the 2021 calendar year with a new name—the Center for Civic Engagement.
For decades, Illinois State University students, faculty, and staff have provided holiday gifts for local children through the University’s Holiday Helper program. In the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and struggling economy, the program became more important than ever for families in Bloomington-Normal.
Civic engagement is a core value at Illinois State, and the University has made a concerted effort to ensure students are more represented at polls, in policymaking, and in community building.
A new program through the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CESL) encourages students to voice their perspectives while actively listening to others.
For decades, Illinois State University students, faculty, and staff have provided holiday gifts for local children through the University’s Holiday Helper program.
Illinois State University’s Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CESL) is working with a variety of campus partners to offer resources and events to support the campus community after the November 3 election.
Illinois State University’s Voter Engagement Coalition is hosting a virtual Presidential Debate Watch Party on Thursday, October 22, with pre- and post-debate discussions directed by University debate experts.