After Kelly Boden lost her mother, Illinois State University’s Red and White Scholarship came to her rescue. Without it, Kelly likely would have had to quit school.
Illinois State University donors who have already received their new socks are spreading the word on social media, tagging their photos with #RedbirdSocks. Here are some of our favorite photos.
Those who make a gift to Illinois State University from now until June 30 will receive a pair of Redbird socks. This year’s red and white striped design features the retro “I-State” logo.
Alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends came together to support scholarships, programs, and the Laboratory Schools at Illinois State University on Giving Tuesday, December 1.
Redbirds all over the country are taking part in Illinois State’s second Giving Tuesday on December 1, 2015.
There are many Redbird experiences that simply wouldn’t exist without gifts from our alumni and friends. That’s the impact you can make on Giving Tuesday.
On Tuesday, December 1, Illinois State University will participate in Giving Tuesday, the worldwide day dedicated to generosity and giving back.
For the second straight year Illinois State University has broken its private fundraising record, tallying $36.8 million in total productivity and another increase in alumni donors.
Before you leave campus, the Alumni Association wants to leave you with some quick tips on how to fully take advantage of your newfound status as a Redbird alum.
Textbooks are expensive, and many students work part-time jobs to pay for them. Illinois State sophomore Adebosola Akinborho can’t do that. That’s because she has cancer, and is currently undergoing chemotherapy.