Incoming Illinois State freshman Parker Daugherty could sense the excitement. He was serving one afternoon through Feed My Sheep, a backpack program his church started a few years ago that provides meals to students who qualify for free and reduced school lunches. Daugherty, who is days away from finishing up his senior year at LeRoy High School, was stuffing food in the backpack when a little boy let out a gleeful yell. It turned out Daugherty had just packed his favorite cereal.
Illinois State University is a top destination for transfer students. That’s because of what we offer transfer students, from academic to social to financial fit. Learn about how we make it easy to transfer to Illinois State University, including important resources and the application process. Our students Our student population today is 20,878, with most
Illinois State University has been recognized by nonprofit Strive for College for excellence in inclusion, affordability, completion, and outcomes for low-income and first-generation college students.
There are many things to look for when searching for colleges. Luckily, we’re here to help! Let’s walk through some of the most important things to consider and some of the many reasons why it’s a great time to be a Redbird.
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We’ll walk you through the steps you need to take to finalize the process through Admissions, some basics you’ll want to understand as you consider the investment you’re about to make, and the ways in which Illinois State helps you make a successful transition to college life.
Illinois State University recognized by Strive for College’s I’m First Guide to College, a publication recognizing institutions that support first generation college students.
“Create Your Legacy” is the new tagline created by the Office of Admissions and University Marketing and Communications to capture the attention of prospective students throughout Illinois, across the nation, and around the world.
From a young age, Ama Blankson has had a passion for volunteering and community service. Since first moving to McLean County in 2008, she has exemplified what it means to be an active citizen.
Motivated by her brother’s experience, an Illinois State freshman has worked to make a difference and help others have their voice heard.