Claire Meyer is excited to be a Redbird. And that spirit helped her co-found an organization that gave back to the local community.
Miriam and Mayra Maldonado are identical twins with nearly identical backgrounds. The two attended the same schools, participated in the same extracurricular activities, and achieved the same levels of academic excellence. Now, they have transferred to Illinois State to study to become teachers.
What does it mean to be a Redbird? It starts with Illinois State University’s core values, and a group of seven freshmen is being recognized for embracing those values before even arriving on campus.
As the technology around us advances, the demand for computer experts rises. Incoming Redbird Levi Schaut realized this from a young age, building upon his passion for technology for as long as he can remember.
Becoming class valedictorian is no simple achievement, but incoming Redbird Olivia Streeter had her sights set on it from her first day at Peoria Central High School.
Incoming Redbird Sarah Sanders has already developed a worldly outlook and a passion for exploration.
A new course in ReggieNet, “Introduction to Technology at Illinois State,” is now available to guide students through the ins and outs of Illinois State’s technology.
On a Monday morning, Associate Director of Admissions Ann Rothermel prepares to oversee the review of nearly 1,000 applications that have been electronically submitted in the last week.
Illinois State University saw a 10 percent increase in its freshman class as it welcomed 3,689 new freshmen to campus for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Join the Office of Admissions to discuss current enrollment numbers, messaging, and steps to enrolling another great class.