Illinois State University’s Voter Engagement Coalition is currently seeking feedback on the University’s Voter Engagement Plan for 2020–2021. Submit feedback through the online survey by May 15.
During the 2020 Census, Redbirds should be counted in Normal, Illinois, and not at their permanent addresses. An accurate Census count helps ensure that both the Town of Normal and McLean County receive the federal funding they need to support the infrastructure used by Illinois State students.
Each year, the American Democracy Project (ADP) and the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning (CESL) honor individuals across campus and in the community for their efforts in civic engagement.
With the upcoming March 17 election quickly approaching, early voting is available at Bone Student Center and Watterson Towers.
In the following Q-and-A, Associate Professor Jacqueline Lanier talks about her plans for the American Democracy Project and her careerlong involvement in community engagement and health promotion.
Senior Professionals and the American Democracy Project at Illinois State University are once again co-sponsoring civic engagement service learning grants and are looking to award funds to be used for local, student-led civic engagement projects.
Illinois State University is part of a national trend seeing an escalation of students voting, even in midterm elections.
Join the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning and the American Democracy Project on Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. at the Normal Theater for a free screening of Rigged: The Voter Suppression Playbook.
Ciani spoke about the women’s suffrage movement and activists’ efforts to press Congress to pass the 19th Amendment.
The American Democracy Project (ADP) and the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning are hosting a presentation to commemorate Constitution Day.