Now on the Bone Student Center’s second floor, Career Services’ new location brings career support and vision to the University.
While Illinois State employees have been working remotely during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Illinois State building service workers (BSWs) have been on campus every day, protecting students, faculty, and staff with around-the-clock cleaning.
The Office of Sustainability is on a mission to dispel common misconceptions on campus about recycling.
The Redbird Card Office, in collaboration with several campus offices, led a project to implement the safest, newest technology for the latest edition of the Redbird Card.
University offices will re-open on Monday, June 15, with limited staffing in place to assist campus visitors.
In the fall 2020 semester, classes will be presented in face-to-face, hybrid, and online formats. University housing and dining facilities will be open to serve students.
Facilities Management and Environmental Health and Safety staff members, along with Normal Fire Department personnel, will be testing fire pumps and building standpipes.
Measures are in place for Illinois State faculty, staff, and students who continue to have a need to access facilities and to make every effort to ensure a healthy and safe environment.
The campus community is invited to an open house reception celebrating the retirement of Chuck Scott, from 2:30-4:30 p.m. on Friday, January 31, in the Hancock Stadium Club.
Illinois State University’s Office of Energy Management completed a project on campus to cut energy consumption, a project that awarded the Office of Energy Management a rebate check from Nicor Gas for $35,030.