Sustainability is a commitment exemplified at ISU through initiatives students undertake with staff to make campus increasingly eco-friendly. The University is elevated as students gain leadership skills through civic engagement.
In honor of the Founding Celebration, Event Management, Dining, and Hospitality (EMDH) will offer faculty and staff discounts at both dining centers every Friday in February.
Whether studying over breakfast, meeting classmates for lunch, or reconnecting with friends at dinner, the University’s dining centers are an integral part of daily ISU life.
Four alumni describe the benefits of on-campus student employment
Check out a day in the life of an Illinois State student.
In honor of the Founding Celebration, Event Management, Dining, and Hospitality will offer faculty and staff discounts at both dining centers every Friday in February.
When the Culinary Support Center (CSC) opened in August, it completely restructured how Illinois State University manages food production.
Due to the rise of food allergies on campus, the Bone Student Center, Marketplace at Linkins, and Watterson Dining Commons now house EpiPens.
The Fall 2019 series features inspiring speakers, including a transgender activist, an expert on U.S.-China relations, a renowned conservationist, a documentary filmmaker, and an Emmy-winning journalist.
Event Management, Dining, and Hospitality will add Timbers Grille and Star Ginger to the Bone Student Center in spring 2020.